Wales has introduced travel restrictions for cruise ship workers that requires isolation in managed quarantine following travel from/through 'red list' countries in the previous 10 days.
The changes came into effect at 04:00 hrs on 24 May.
At present, no direct international flights from red list countries are in operation to Wales and the rules remain that any travellers from red list countries must enter the UK through Scotland or England at a designated port of entry.
The amendments will expire on 31 May 2022.
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