Last minute UK quarantine rules force thousands to cut short holidays in France
Last minute UK quarantine rules forces thousands to cut short holidays in Europe
The UK government has changed the quarantine rules for holidaymakers returning from France and the Netherlands.
What does this all mean for your travel rights?
Increased outbreaks of coronavirus have meant abandoning or changing holiday plans at the last minute, for thousands of travellers.
France, the Netherlands Monaco, Malta and the Caribbean nations of Aruba and Turks and Caicos have been added to the growing UK’s quarantine list, with also added.
The announcement yesterday of a 14-day isolation requirement takes effect from 04:00 BST on Saturday 15 August.
To add to this year’s holiday misery, anyone travelling to France from the UK will be forced to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival there, the French Embassy has confirmed.
Tens of thousands of people returning holidaymakers from Spain and Belgium were subject to the quarantine rules.
Stock markets around the world fell today on the news of increased covid 19 infection and absence of further financial stimulus in America and Congress closed for the summer break.
The UK is officially in the worst recession in decades with the economy shrinking by an unprecedented 20% April to June. Whilst some sectors of the job market showing signs of recovery, this latest news with not help a severely weakened economy.
The numbers of unemployment benefits claimants rose sharply from just over 1 million to 2.7 million in the first six months of this year.
- Holidaymakers rush back from France
- Jobs demand picks up with more vacancies
- Debt collectors near top of job vacancy list
- Retail sales grew in July and GDP rose 8.7%
- Third of UK employers plan further job cuts
- UK economy shrinks by 20% April to June 2020
- UK is officially in recession after successive GDP falls
- One in three UK employers plan more redundancies
- Redundancies soar fivefold despite furlough scheme
- Unemployment to double 7.5% and economy slump 9.5%
- Half as many jobs are being advertised compared to 2019
- Base rate held at 0.1%, interest rates to stay low for 5 years
- Lenders not passing on rate cuts and mortgage rates going up!
- The end of furlough sees millions more unemployed this autumn
- UK house prices reached a new all-time high in July as buyers return
- UK property prices jumped by 3% since June following stamp duty cut
- Why UK Property prices rising after stamp duty cut, despite the downturn?
- New planning rules will open up more opportunities to make money in property
- You can create a second income during the lockdown…and come out stronger
- Learn how to make money from property without deposits, mortgages or cash
Millions of people face a bleak future post-Coronavirus lockdown, as businesses disappear and the job furlough scheme eventually comes to an end. However, life doesn’t have to end because of lockdown! You can join thousands of ordinary people who have increased their income and added streams of new income during this period.
Are you ready to adapt to the new economic model?
As lockdown restrictions around the world are being eased, the economic model has subtly changed forever. How will you adapt to this new way of working and running a business, what obstacles and opportunities lies ahead? Will you be a participant or spectator in this revolution?
By Charles Kelly, Property Investor, Author of Yes, Money Can Buy You Happiness and creator of Money Tips Podcast.
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