Kilkis wrote:I was told by a friend this morning that 45 Brits flew into Heraklion via Holland yesterday. No checks. No quarantine. They simply walked out of the airport and are now mingling with the local population. I have no independent confirmation of this information. If it is accurate, perhaps the FCO should consider if giving advice that people can get round the travel ban by travelling indirectly is ethical/legal? If taverna owners etc face up to 3 years in prison for flaunting social distancing measure perhaps the person at the FCO that posted the advice should face a similar penalty?
Kilkis wrote:Greece and the Netherlands are both in Schengen. There would be no police/passport control at Heraklion. Passengers would have gone through Schengen immigration when they entered Holland.
Kilkis wrote:That's because the UK and Ireland are not in Schengen. You do understand what Schengen is don't you?
Kilkis wrote:...I have no independent confirmation of this information. If it is accurate...
ros21m wrote:They actually arrived a week ago! ..............................I have seen a later post, can't find it now, saying most of them, if not all of them have been tracked down, and reminded of the need to self isolate for 14 days.
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