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Government would act on mass quarantine breaking

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Government would act on mass quarantine breaking

Government would act on mass quarantine breaking

Housing Minister Simon Clarke has said that, although the government is encouraging a "light touch approach" to the enforcement of the two-week quarantine for arrivals in the UK from Spain, and other countries without airbridge arrangements, they will introduce measures in the event of a "large scale breaking of the quarantine regulations".

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