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The Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (England) Regulations 2020

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 General

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and application

    2. 2.Interpretation

  3. PART 2 Obligations on persons arriving in England and others

    1. 3.Requirement to provide information

    2. 3A.Requirement to possess notification of negative test result

    3. 3B.Requirement to book and undertake tests

    4. 4.Requirement to self-isolate

  4. PART 2A Prohibition on the arrival of aircraft and vessels into England

    1. 4A.Interpretation of Part 2A

    2. 4B.Prohibition on arrival of aircraft into England

    3. 4C.Prohibition on arrival of vessels into England

  5. PART 3 Enforcement

    1. 5.Enforcement of requirement to self-isolate

    2. 5A.Power of entry

    3. 6.Offences and penalties

    4. 7.Fixed penalty notices

    5. 8.Prosecutions

  6. PART 4 Information sharing

    1. 9.Power to use and disclose information

    2. 10.Self-incrimination

  7. PART 5 Review and expiry of Regulations

    1. 11.Review of need for requirements

    2. 12.Expiry of Regulations

  8. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE A1

      Exempt countries and territories

      1. PART 1 Countries, territories and parts of countries or territories

      2. PART 2 United Kingdom Overseas Territories

    2. SCHEDULE B1

      Countries and territories subject to additional measures

    3. SCHEDULE B1A

      Additional measures

      1. 1.Application of this Schedule

      2. 2.(1) This Schedule does not apply where P is—

      3. 3.Limitation on ports of entry

      4. 4.The following ports are designated for the purposes of this...

      5. 5.Duties on arrival

      6. 6.P must, on arrival in England, travel directly to the...

      7. 7.If P is not in possession of a managed self-isolation...

      8. 8.In this Schedule a “managed self-isolation package” means—

      9. 9.Charge for managed self-isolation package

      10. 10.Duty to self-isolate and period of self-isolation

      11. 11.Exceptions from duty to self-isolate

      12. 12.Paragraph 10 does not require P to remain in self-isolation...

      13. 13.Permitted reasons to leave or be outside place of self-isolation

      14. 14.Meaning of “place”

      15. 15.Designations

      16. 16.Duties where P is a child

      17. 17.Person caring for P

      18. 18.Modification of application of this Schedule where P is a relevant person

    4. SCHEDULE B2

      Prohibition on arrival of aircraft and vessels

      1. 1.The countries and territories referred to in regulation 4B(1) (prohibition...

      2. 2.The countries and territories referred to in regulation 4C(1) (prohibition...

    5. SCHEDULE 1

      Passenger information

      1. 1.Personal details of the passenger— (a) their full name,

      2. 2.Journey details of the passenger— (a) the address or addresses...

      3. 3.Whether they are providing passenger information on behalf of another...

      4. 4.Where the passenger is travelling with a child for whom...

      5. 5.Details of an emergency contact— (a) their full name,

      6. 6.Where the passenger is a person required by regulation 4(2)...

      7. 7.Where regulation 3B requires a testing package—

    6. SCHEDULE 2

      Persons not required to comply with regulation 3 or 4

      1. PART 1 Persons not required to comply with regulation 3 and regulation 4

        1. 1.(1) A person (“P”) who is— (a) a member of...

        2. 2.(1) A Crown servant or government contractor where they are—...

        3. 3.(1) A person who is a Crown servant, a government...

        4. 4.An official of a foreign Government, required to travel to...

      2. PART 2 Persons not required to comply with regulation 4

        1. 4A.(1) A road passenger transport worker. (2) For the purposes...

        2. 4B.(1) Seamen and masters, as defined in section 313(1) of...

        3. 4C.A pilot, as defined in paragraph 22(1) of Schedule 3A...

        4. 4D.An inspector, or a surveyor of ships, appointed under section...

        5. 4E.Crew, as defined in paragraph 1 of Schedule 1 to...

        6. 4F.(1) Any of the following who have travelled to the...

        7. 4G.(1) The condition mentioned in regulation 3(10)(c) is that the...

        8. 5.(1) A transit passenger. (2) For the purposes of sub-paragraph...

        9. 6.(1) A road haulage worker .... (2) For the purposes...

        10. 7.. . . . . . . . . ....

        11. 8.. . . . . . . . . ....

        12. 9.. . . . . . . . . ....

        13. 10.. . . . . . . . . ....

        14. 11.Civil aviation inspectors, as defined in Annex 9 to the...

        15. 12.(1) Any of the following who have travelled to the...

        16. 13.(1) Any person who the relevant Department has certified as...

        17. 13A.(1) A person returning from undertaking essential or emergency work...

        18. 14.A person designated by the relevant Minister under section 5(3)...

        19. 15.A person responsible for escorting a person sought for extradition...

        20. 16.A representative of any territory travelling to the United Kingdom...

        21. 17.(1) Workers engaged in essential or emergency works—

        22. 17A.(1) Workers engaged in essential or emergency works relating to...

        23. 18.(1) Workers engaged in essential or emergency works—

        24. 19.(1) A person who is— (a) nuclear personnel, and who...

        25. 20.An inspector from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical...

        26. 21.(1) A person who is— (a) carrying out a critical...

        27. 22.(1) A specialist aerospace engineer, or a specialist aerospace worker,...

        28. 23.(1) A person engaged in operational, maintenance or safety activities...

        29. 24.(1) A worker ... required to undertake or commence within...

        30. 25.A postal operator, as defined in section 27(3) of the...

        31. 26.A worker with specialist technical skills, where those specialist technical...

        32. 27.A worker with specialist technical skills, where those specialist technical...

        33. 28.(1) Any of the following— (a) a person (“P”) who—...

        34. 28A.(1) Any of the following— (a) an elite sportsperson (“P”)...

        35. 29.(1) A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom...

        36. 30.A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom who...

        37. 31.A person who is an “inspector” within the meaning given...

        38. 32.(1) A person who— (a) has travelled to the United...

        39. 33.A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom to...

        40. 34.(1) A person who is— (a) a “qualified person” within...

        41. 35.(1) A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom...

        42. 36.A person who is engaged in urgent or essential work—...

        43. 36A.A person— (a) who is engaged in the installation, maintenance...

        44. 37.(1) A person ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom and...

        45. 38.(1) A person who has an offer of employment for...

        46. 39.(1) A domestic elite sportsperson, an international elite sportsperson, a...

        47. 40.(1) A person engaged in film , advertising production or...

        48. 40A.(1) A person engaged in television production.

        49. 41.(1) A person who is undertaking activities necessary for the...

        50. 42.(1) A person who has an offer of employment for...

        51. 43.(1) A journalist where they have travelled from or to...

        52. 44.(1) A senior executive. (2) The circumstances referred to in...

        53. 45.(1) A performing arts professional working in connection with a...

        54. 46.(1) A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom...

    7. SCHEDULE 2A

      Optional testing after arrival in England

      1. 1.Application of this Schedule

      2. 2.Appropriate tests

      3. 3.Test providers

      4. 4.Required circumstances for undertaking testing

      5. 5.Notification of test results

    8. SCHEDULE 2B

      Testing before arrival in England

      1. 1.A test complies with this paragraph if—

      2. 2.Notification of a negative test result must include, in English,...

      3. 3.(1) The persons referred to in regulation 3A(5)(c) (and not...

    9. SCHEDULE 2C

      Mandatory testing after arrival in England

      1. 1.Interpretation of Schedule 2C

      2. 2.Requirement to self-isolate on failure to undertake a mandatory test

      3. 3.Consequences of test results

      4. 4.Optional tests

      5. 5.Tests other than in accordance with these Regulations

      6. 6.Day 2 tests: general test requirements

      7. 7.Day 2 tests: private provider requirements

      8. 8.Day 8 tests: general test requirements

      9. 9.Day 8 tests: private provider requirements

      10. 10.Required circumstances for undertaking a day 2 test or a day 8 test

      11. 11.Notification of test results

      12. 12.Charge for day 2 tests and day 8 tests

      13. 13.Application of regulation 3B – exclusion of certain diplomatic etc. personnel

    10. SCHEDULE 3

  9. Explanatory Note

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