Britons who’re presently travelling overseas are being urged to return to the UK now.
A press release from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) stated vacationers and short-stay travellers ought to come home whereas business flights stay obtainable.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab stated: “Around the world, extra airways are suspending flights and extra airports are closing, some with none discover.
“Where commercial routes don’t exist, our staff are working round the clock to give advice and support to UK nationals. If you are on holiday abroad the time to come home is now while you still can.”
The FCO assertion added that worldwide journey is more and more turning into harder – with borders closing, nations stopping individuals from leaving, and additional restrictions being launched each day,
The authorities has known as for motion to hold air routes open for a enough interval of time to allow worldwide travellers to return on business flights.
However, some British vacationers overseas have already skilled issue returning to the UK due to restrictions.
Last week, the FCO introduced “an unprecedented change” in travel advice – urging in opposition to all however important worldwide journey for 30 days.
In the UK, the loss of life toll hit 336 on Monday because the World Health Organisation (WHO) warned the worldwide pandemic is “accelerating”.