Denmark has been removed from the list of British government tourist corridors.
Visitors to the UK from Denmark after 4am on Friday are required to quarantine themselves for 14 days.
Transport Minister, Grant Shapps, said: “I understand that this will be of concern to both those currently in Denmark and the wider UK public, which is why we were so fast Take action to protect your country and stop the spread of the virus to the UK. .
“Health authorities in Denmark have reported an extensive outbreak of coronavirus in mink farms, with a variant of the virus spreading to several local communities. Therefore, the medical director recommended that, as a precaution, all returnees from Denmark should quarantine themselves for 14 days.
“Those who are currently in Denmark can end their trip, follow local regulations and check the Foreign Affairs and Development Office’s travel advice pages on gov.uk for more information. believe.”