The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) advises British people against all non-essential travel worldwide.
How to self-isolate when you travel to the UK
If you arrive in the UK on or after 8 June 2020, you will not be allowed to leave the place you’re staying for the first 14 days you’re in the UK. This is known as ‘self-isolating’.
This guidance sets out:
- who must self-isolate
- how you should travel to the place where you are self-isolating
- how to self-isolate
- support to help you self-isolate
- what to do if you get coronavirus symptoms
Face coverings on public transport
From 15 June travellers on public transport in England, including buses, trains and aircraft passengers, must, with some very limited exemptions, wear mouth and nose coverings. This will coincide with the re-opening of ‘non-essential retail’. Other than public transport workers, the responsibility for (and cost of) providing coverings will be on the passengers. There is no requirement for a particular type or standard of face mask; indeed, the government asks passengers to not use medical standard ones.
Safer travel guidance for passengers
Walking, cycling, and travelling in vehicles or on public transport during the coronavirus outbreak. Read more.
Clike here for furter information and advice from the Department for Transport.
Changes to bus, tram and train services in South Yorkshire. Click Here for more information via Travel South Yorkshire.
National Rail - Advice for Employers
The rail industry is following government guidance and doing all we can to ensure the safe and continued running of the railway. We are advising employers to take the necessary steps to not overwhelm the country’s transport network. Click Here for mor information.