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New coronavirus rules: Can I visit Scotland or Wales from England?
The UK government has outlined new restrictions in order to curb the growing number of coronavirus cases across the country.
The news comes as the UK Covid alert level was raised to 4, meaning transmission of the virus is high or rising exponentially.’
Has travel between England, Scotland, and Wales been impacted by the new rules?
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Yes, you can travel to Scotland from other parts of the UK, unless there are local restrictions in place in the area of Scotland you are travelling to, or within your local area.
However, you cannot stay at someone’s house, unless you are part of their ‘extended household’.
You are more than welcome to stay in a hotel.
Yes, travel between Wales and England is fine.
However, travel to and from Bridgend, Blaenau Gwent, Merthyr Tydfil, Newport, Caerphilly and Rhondda Cynon Taf is banned, as these areas are in local lockdown.
As long as you are observing social distancing and try not to share facilities, you are allowed to stay overnight at someone’s house.
When travelling to any other country in the UK, it is worth checking the nation’s lockdown rules ahead of time, as they differ from country to country.
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