Self-isolation for students arriving in the UK

Report
19 August 2020

report coverOn 8 June 2020, the UK government implemented a policy of self-isolation for anyone arriving in the UK. 

The aim is to help manage the risks to public health from coronavirus (Covid-19), and at the time of writing the policy may require new arrivals to the UK to self-isolate for a period of 14 days from the date of arrival. It is in this context that this guidance and checklist has been produced. 

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