British, Irish and third-country nationals with residence rights (including long-term visa holders) arriving from India will be required to self-isolate in a Government-approved hotel quarantine facility for 10 days, according to a new ruling from the UK government on April 19. The move follows new data showing an increased risk of importation of new variant. The situation in India has deteriorated with an extremely rapid rise in cases detected throughout April, which is accelerating. Over the last week, local rates have almost doubled, increasing to 111 cases detected per 100,000 per week – higher than any other point in the
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