A NEW mandatory quarantine system is now in place in Northern Ireland for passengers arriving from ‘red list’ countries.
Any passenger who has traveled through or visited a ‘red list’ country in the previous ten days will have to enter a mandatory ten-day quarantine.
There are 39 countries on the list, including the UAE and South Africa.
The arrangements will include collection at the airport and transfer to a designated hotel.
The accommodation will cost a single adult £1,750.
Passengers who have not arrived from a ‘red list’ country will have to pre-book tests for self-isolation at their own homes.
The NI Executive say that people who have been outside the Common Travel Area will be expected to provide evidence of a negative Covid-19 test result taken up to three days before departure.
Those people will also have to isolate for 10 days from the point of arrival and anyone who does not comply may be refused boarding or fined on arrival.Tags: