British holidaymakers race home to avoid quarantine- BBC News

Thousands of British holidaymakers are racing to get home before new coronavirus quarantine restrictions come into force on Saturday. Those returning to Britain from Croatia, Austria and Trinidad and Tobago, will now have to self isolate for two weeks because of a rise in infections in those countries. Gavin Lee reports from the city of Split, a major tourist centre in Croatia.

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