Covid quarantine: People caught lying about ‘red list’ country visits could face 10 years in prison

People will face up to ten years in jail if they lie on a passenger form to hide that they have come to the UK from a “red list” country.

“We are coming down hard on people who provide false information on the passenger locator form,” Matt Hancock told MPs.

“Anyone who lies on the passenger locator form and tries to conceal that they have been in a country on the ‘red list’ in the ten days before arrival here, will face a prison sentence of up to ten years.”

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