Should Britain Shut The Borders? New Covid Variant Omicron Sparks Concerns | Good Morning Britain

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The PM has announced that the travel red list has returned and there are now ten countries that have been added to try to stop the spread of the new Covid variant Omicron, but Israel has gone on step further and announced stronger measures after just one case of the new variant by shutting its borders to all foreigners for 14 days. This is due to come into effect at midnight on Sunday, So has the UK government gone far enough and should we be stopping all foreigners from entering the UK?

Broadcast on 29/11/21

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