Coronavirus: 400 travellers escaped fines for not quarantining
< p > Council Chiefs say officials have been asked to investigate more than 4,000 of the cases referred by health authorities on their behalf.
The NPCC indicated that if police can't get an answer to the matter during an address visit, further follow-up visits would be suggested. < /p>
"If there is no response already possible, period and dates of the visits can be reported and furnished to Border. All tourists will have set fines by the UK Border Force.
The world is at a very critical point and personal decisions will matter over the weeks and months to come. It is proven to be the case that several individuals will have responsibilities and that they may have to acknowledge their personal obligation, but there must be a proportionate answer to that.
A tiny number of travelers who come to quarantine specified countries will be fined £1,000 and up to £3,200 on persistent breach of the rules, although they can anticipate compliance measures to be taken against them.The NPCC has announced that fifteen people were fined within the first weeks of the current 'rule of the rules or rule of thumb'