New Zealand records two new coronavirus cases – both from UK – and Spain planning mandatory two-week quarantine for UK arrivals
The UK is fast becoming an international pariah because of Boris Johnson’s catastrophic mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic.
New Zealand has recorded its first two new cases of the virus in 24 days since Jacinda Ardern’s staggeringly successful handling of the crisis showed what the UK is missing – and both had just arrived from the UK after only being allowed to enter because they were given special permission to attend a funeral.
Meanwhile, having initially said that UK tourists would be allowed into the country from next weekend, the Spanish government is now looking at forcing any arrivals from this country to stay in quarantine for two weeks – effectively killing 99.9% of Spanish holiday tourism by UK residents:
How many other countries will follow Spain’s and New Zealand’s example?
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