18 million people entered the UK in the three months before lockdown with hardly any of them undergoing health screenings or being put into quarantine, it has been revealed.

“Only 273 people out of 18.1million who came to the country in the three months leading up to the nation-wide lockdown were put into quarantine,” reports the Mirror.

This means that “tens of thousands of people were entering from coronavirus-affected countries,” including Italy and Spain and were then allowed to circulate amongst the general population.





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