Netherlands and Germany prohibit entry of UK citizens – World

Netherlands and Germany prohibit entry of UK citizens - World
Robin van Lonckhuijsen / Press Release

Coronovirus testing being conducted at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

More than a dozen British citizens No entry
Since 1 January in the Netherlands because Britain no longer exempts Kovid-19 from the ban on non-essential travel outside the European Union (EU), as it is leaving the bloc.

A Dutch Border Force spokesman confirmed, on Monday (04), that 13 British citizens
The Amsterdam Schiphol Airport has been halted since Friday. This is because his visit was not considered necessary and now the coronovirus regulations of countries outside the EU were implemented.

British nationals living in Spain were prevented from boarding flights in Britain, as the airline stated their residence documents Pre brexit
Others were prevented from entering Germany, while no longer declared valid.

There have also been reports of a flight banning flights from UK airports to the Netherlands as they do not have an A Negative test
, Your visit was not considered necessary or could not provide proof of residency in the Netherlands or the European Union.

There are only a few countries with low coronavirus rates. Exemption from rules
Which prohibits non-essential visitors from outside the block and the European Economic Area. Britain was removed from the list at the end of the Brexit transition period.

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