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

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 General

    1. 1.Title and coming into force

    2. 2.General interpretation

  3. PART 2 Requirement to provide information

    1. 3.Persons arriving from outside the common travel area

    2. 4.Requirement to provide passenger information

    3. 5.Requirement to notify changes to passenger information

    4. 6.Passenger information not in a person's possession or control

  4. PART 2A Notification of a negative test result etc.

    1. 6A.Requirement to possess notification of a negative test result

  5. PART 3 Requirement to isolate etc.

    1. 7.Requirement to isolate: arrivals from outside the United Kingdom

    2. 8.Requirement to isolate: arrivals from another part of the United Kingdom

    3. 9.Isolation requirements: exemptions

    4. 10.Isolation requirements: exceptions

    5. 11.Requirement on persons with responsibility for children

    6. 12.Last day of isolation

    7. 12A.Special rules applicable to persons travelling from Denmark

  6. PART 3A Travel from Denmark

    1. 12B.Prohibition on the arrival of aircraft and vessels travelling directly from Denmark

  7. PART 3B Travel from South Africa

    1. 12C.Special rules applicable to persons travelling from South Africa

    2. 12D.Prohibition on the arrival of aircraft and vessels travelling directly from Denmark

  8. PART 3C Travel from a country or territory listed in Schedule 3A

    1. 12E.Additional measures applicable to persons travelling from a country or territory listed in Schedule 3A

    2. 12F.Prohibition on the arrival of aircraft and vessels travelling directly from a country or territory listed in Schedule 3A

  9. PART 4 Enforcement and offences

    1. 13.Enforcement of requirement to isolate

    2. 14.Offences

    3. 15.Prosecutions

    4. 16.Fixed penalty notices

  10. PART 5 Information sharing

    1. 17.Use and disclosure of information

    2. 18.Self-incrimination

  11. PART 6 Review and expiry

    1. 19.Review of requirements

    2. 20.Expiry of Regulations

  12. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Passenger information

      1. 1.Personal details— (a) full name, (b) sex,

      2. 2.Journey details— (a) if applicable, the address of suitable premises...

      3. 3.Whether the person providing passenger information is doing so on...

      4. 4.Where P is travelling with a child for whom they...

      5. 5.The full name and telephone number of an emergency contact....

    2. SCHEDULE 1A

      Testing before arrival in Wales

      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 6A(4)(a) (as not...

    3. SCHEDULE 2

      Exempt persons

      1. PART 1 Persons not required to comply with regulation 4, 5, 7 or 8

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

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

        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 7 or 8

        1. 5.A person who, on arrival in the United Kingdom, passes...

        2. 6.(1) A road haulage worker or a road passenger transport...

        3. 7.(1) Masters and seamen, as defined in section 313(1) of...

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

        5. 9.An inspector, or a surveyor of ships, appointed under section...

        6. 10.A person falling within the definition of crew, in paragraph...

        7. 11.A civil aviation inspector as defined in Annex 9 to...

        8. 12.(1) Any of the following persons who have travelled to...

        9. 13.(1) Any person who the relevant Department has certified as...

        10. 13A.(1) A person returning from undertaking essential or emergency work...

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

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

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

        14. 17.(1) A worker engaged in essential or emergency works—

        15. 17A.(1) A worker engaged in essential or emergency works relating...

        16. 17B.A worker engaged in essential or emergency works relating to...

        17. 18.(1) A worker engaged in essential or emergency works—

        18. 19.(1) A person who is— (a) nuclear personnel, and who...

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

        20. 21.(1) A person who is— (a) carrying out a critical...

        21. 22.(1) A specialist aerospace engineer, or a specialist aerospace worker,...

        22. 23.(1) A person engaged in operational, maintenance or safety activities...

        23. 24.(1) A worker required to undertake or commence within the...

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

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

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

        27. 28.(1) A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom...

        28. 29.A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom who...

        29. 30.A person who is an “inspector” within the meaning given...

        30. 31.(1) A person who— (a) has travelled to the United...

        31. 32.A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom to...

        32. 33.(1) A person who is— (a) a “qualified person” within...

        33. 34.(1) A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom...

        34. 35.A person who is engaged in urgent or essential work—...

        35. 36.A person— (a) pursuing an activity as an employed or...

        36. 37.A person working on the making of—

        37. 38.(1) A person habitually resident in the United Kingdom who—...

        38. 39.A person — (a) who is engaged in the installation,...

    4. SCHEDULE 3

      Exempt countries and territories outside the common travel area

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

      2. PART 2 United Kingdom Overseas Territories

    5. SCHEDULE 3A

      Countries and territories subject to additional measures

    6. SCHEDULE 4

      Specified sporting events

      1. 1.An event at which any of the participants compete—

      2. 2.Cricket — (a) test matches; (b) one day international matches;...

      3. 3.Darts— (a) Professional Darts Corporation - Summer Series;

      4. 4.Football — (a) UEFA Champions League and Europa League fixtures;...

      5. 5.Golf— (a) Professional Golfers’ Association Betfred British Masters Championship;

      6. 6.Horse racing— (a) Moët & Chandon July Festival;

      7. 7.Motor racing— (a) Formula One Pirelli British Grand Prix;

      8. 8.Rugby football league— (a) Betfred Super League fixtures;

      9. 9.Rugby football union — (a) international fixtures;

      10. 10.Snooker— (a) Betfred World Snooker Championship; (b) World Snooker Tour...

      11. 11.Athletics — London Marathon.

      12. 12.Field hockey — FIH Pro League fixtures.

      13. 13.Tennis — ATP Tour Finals.

      14. 14.Boxing— (a) Matchroom Fight Camp - International Heavyweight Contest;

      15. 15.Squash - (a) Manchester Open 2020 Squash Tournament.

      16. 16.Ten Pin Bowling - Matchroom BetVictor Weber Cup.

      17. 17.Pool - (a) Matchroom Partypoker Mosconi Cup Pool Tournament.

      18. 18.Gymnastics - British Gymnastics Under 18 4-Way Match.

      19. 19.Martial Arts and Mixed Martial Arts— (a) Cage Warriors Trilogy...

      20. 20.Netball - England Roses v Jamaica Sunshine Girls - Vitality...

      21. 21.Badminton— (a) European Mixed Team Badminton Championships – Group 1...

      22. 22.Curling – Curling Euro Super Series.

      23. 23.Judo – British Closed Senior Invitational Competition.

      24. 24.Ping Pong – Matchroom – World Championship of Ping Pong....

      25. 25.Swimming – British Swimming International Meet.

  13. Explanatory Note

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