How do England's quarantine rules compare with those of other countries?

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Some of the key differences between quarantine in England and elsewhere

  • Minister defends England’s softer hotel quarantine rules

Guests in quarantine in England have to stay for 11 nights, with negative tests required for them to then be released. In Australia and New Zealand, isolation lasts for 14 days from the time of arrival, while Hong Kong requires 21 days in hotel isolation.

Only arrivals from 33 countries including Brazil and South Africa need to go into quarantine in England, although more countries could be added. In other countries such as Australia, all arrivals – regardless of country of origin – must go into quarantine. In Australia and New Zealand only citizens or residents are allowed to enter, with a small number of exceptions requiring government approval before travel. Taiwan is similar but also allows international students to enter.

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Source: The Guardian
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