The newspaper reported that Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce on Sunday that there will be a two-week quarantine requirement for everyone traveling to the UK.
The measure is presented to Preventing a second wave of the Coronavirus is expected to take effect from early June.
Passengers arriving in the UK via airports and ports, including returning Britons, will need to be signaled upon arrival at the address they plan to quarantine.
Exceptions are for travelers From Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, as well as truck drivers who supply essential goods.
The newspaper said that the authorities will conduct random checks, and the quarantine violators are awaiting a fine of 1,000 Egyptian pounds, or just over 12,000 kronor.
Johnson is also expected to announce some easing of stringent virus restrictions in the country next week.
The UK has it yet He did not have any quarantine requirements for travelers, unless they showed symptoms of illness. The country hasn’t closed its borders to entry either, but the British government advises against non-essential travel.
Air traffic to and from the United Kingdom was also severely affected and there had been no direct flights from Sweden for some time, according to the Swedish Foreign Ministry.