Poland will introduce a mandatory seven-day quarantine for all UK travelers in an effort to stop the spread of the delta version of the coronavirus in the country.
This rule also applies to those who test negative before arrival, although the quarantine requirement will not apply to those who have had a full vaccination.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has raised concerns over the easing of restrictions against COVID-19 in Euro 2020 host cities.
The warning comes after the UK government said it would allow more than 60,000 fans to enter Wembley, London, for the championship final.
Given the outbreak of infections driven by the Delta version, there have been calls to match locally.
The German chancellor also showed some apprehensions. Angela Merkel said she doesn’t consider it “It’s a good idea to have a full stadium there” However, it expressed its support for “Any effort by the UK government to implement necessary hygiene measures. This is a virus zone, which means travel will be very restricted.”
And for those who manage to travel, possibly in search of the sun, Covid-19 can destroy even the best vacation plans.
Authorities in Spain’s Majorca island are considering converting a hotel into quarantine in the future to care for anyone who has a positive outcome during their stay.