The Prime minister, Boris Johnson, is expected to lift the quarantine of sars coronavirus with the French president during the bilateral talks Thursday.
Raab told Sky News: “We’re going to look at it very carefully. As we have always said, the quarantine is there to stop the risk of infection, precisely because we have abolished Covid. ”
Asked about the reason for which it was in place while the infection rate in the United Kingdom were higher than France, he said: “This is not as simple as that, as we have seen in Europe and Asia, when the country out of isolation, the risk of seconds in waves, and the second spikes.
“But we will discuss all the factors very carefully. We want to open as soon as we can safely and responsibly and we will discuss all the mechanisms for doing so, and of course, we have a good conversation with the French.
“I’ll be in Berlin tomorrow, we discuss, therefore, of these things with all our european partners.”