UK Travel Restrictions to Be In Effect Until Wednesday

The UK will be on lockdown for three days until Wednesday, and airports will be closed, as part of a series of measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

The country’s government said it was keeping the country under lock down until the country’s chief health official, Dr John Heald, arrived in London, and it said it would not allow any passengers to leave the country unless they had received a doctor’s note from a doctor who was willing to treat them.

The health department said it planned to shut down London’s Heathrow Airport and stop all flights out of Gatwick Airport and Gatwick and Scotland’s airports.

It also said all flights would be cancelled from Heathrow until Tuesday and that flights from the United States and from China would also be cancelled.

It said the move was a precautionary measure to protect against the spread and spread of coronaviruses.

People in the United Kingdom who are traveling to or from the UK will have to take a “health check” at Heathrow and the UK Government will also have to close airports.

A man holds a sign outside a restaurant in the southern city of Marseille on Dec. 20, 2014, saying “Stop the spread, protect yourselves and the future” in response to a nationwide lockdown.

The measure is part of the U.K.’s “first-ever lockdown” that has been in place since Friday.

Authorities said the government would not be able to give travelers refunds, and people who had bought flights before Dec. 19 would be forced to start paying for them.

It also said travelers could be barred from bringing their luggage on international flights, or had their passports confiscated if they were not able to pay for their tickets.

The lockdown comes as the virus is still at a low, but it is spreading fast and it could take up to three weeks before it reaches the UK.

The virus has killed more than 8,500 people and infected more than 11 million people.

It is one of the world’s deadliest, with a death toll of more than 6,400 and more than 10,000 infected, according to a U.N. report.

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