Following widespread outbreaks, the UK Government has imposed immigration powers against foreign visitors from Denmark.
This development has occurred as a result f coronavirus in the country’s mink farms.
One notable occurrence that has taken place is that as of 4am on Saturday all non-British national or resident travellers who have been in or transited through Denmark in the last 14 days, will be denied entry into the UK.
Meanwhile, transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced that Denmark would be removed from the Government’s list of travel corridors on Friday.
Moreover, some changes have taken place, one of which is, British nationals or residents who are returning to the UK either directly or indirectly from the country, are now required to self-isolate along with all other members of their household, until two weeks have passed since they were last there.