World Denmark and Slovakia on UK quarantine list
Dozens of people are yet to pay for their mandatory coronavirus hotel quarantine in Queensland
Figures obtained by the ABC reveal dozens of invoices for mandatory hotel quarantine in Queensland remain unpaid, as the state prepares to accept hundreds more overseas arrivals every week.The number could soon increase, with Queensland preparing to accept several hundred more overseas arrivals from early next month, all of whom will be placed into quarantine.
Denmark, Slovakia, Iceland and the Caribbean island of Curacao have been cut from the UK's travel corridors list,.
Travellers arriving in England from those countries after 04:00 BST on Saturday must self-isolate for 14 days.
Grant Shapps said on Twitter that no countries would be added to the travel corridor list this week.
Singapore and Thailand were.
Writing on Twitter, Mr Shapps said: "Data shows we need to remove Denmark, Slovakia, Iceland, and Curacao from the Travel Corridor list."
He reminded passengers they were required by law to fill in a passenger locator form.
The form asks travellers to provide their contact details and UK address. Passengers can be fined up to £3,200 in England if they do not provide accurate contact details, or £1,920 in Wales.
Daniel Andrews is urged to resign over hotel quarantine failure .
Victorian Opposition leader Michael O'Brien said the quarantine operation was 'the worst failure of public administration in Victorian history'. He said Daniel Andrews must resign,Victorian Opposition leader Michael O'Brien said the quarantine operation was 'the worst failure of public administration in Victorian history'.