The United Kingdom will be able to fine from Monday with 200 pounds (231 euros) to people who do not provide at the airport a new proof required to travel abroad or who adduce false reasons for leaving England, announced this Friday the Ministry of Transport.
In a statement, the ministry explains that all citizens who have an acceptable reason, in the context of the pandemic, to leave the country must fill out a form that they will present to the airlines before boarding.
The police who patrol in ports and airports may fine those who do not provide the receipt with 200 pounds, while those who try to travel for unjustified reasons will have to return home and will face penalties for violating the confinement, between 200 and 6,400 pounds (7,400 euros).
In order to contain the pandemic, the United Kingdom also obliges travelers arriving from countries with risk variants of the coronavirus to quarantine in a designated hotel and all must take a minimum of three covid tests before and after arriving in the territory British.
Under the deconfinement plan announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, foreign travel from England will not resume until at least May 17, depending on how the national vaccination program progresses.