15 MARCH 2021
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LATEST TRAVEL COVID UPDATES FROM GOVERNMENT
Do check daily. The travel ban varies all the time. The Netherlands is now OK.
The roadmap in brief (England)
Monday 29 March
End of home restrictions. Travel permitted. Rule of six applies. (Good Friday is 4 April.)
Monday 12 April
Earliest date of Aviation Taskforce reporting. Outside dining OK.
Monday 17 May
Hospitality opens up and overseas holidays permitted subject to destination rules.
Monday 21 June
Social contact restrictions lifted.
Border controls in Scotland are devolved as they come under the Scottish Hygiene department not the UK Home Office.
All comments are filtered to exclude any excesses but the Editor does not have to agree with what is being said. 100 words maximum
Peter Smart, Laurencekirk
No wonder Confused of Glasgow is confused. Take two colleagues from the energy industry returning to UK after a 4 week tour of duty. One flies into Newcastle, and self-isolates unless (s)he has come from a state on the red list. Her/his mate flies into Aberdeen and has to go into 'managed isolation' in a hotel for 10 days at £1750. The only people who seem to be immune from this in Scotland are so-called 'elite' sportspersons, who come and go with impunity. Which is right? No comment! Just a much more cautious First Minister and her advisers, it seems.
Confused Glasgow, United Kingdom
From confused of Glasgow. One rule for all please. A British passport holder.
Joe O’Donnell , Letterkenny Co Donegal
I for one do not understand the rules but to get anywhere I either have to go from Donegal Airport to Dublin and its limited flights, or Derry to Stansted with even less choice. But I am not a UK direct tax payer. Derry to Heathrow makes much for sense.