Piers Morgan “praying” that he is not forced to quarantine himself after luxury trip to France


Piers Morgan says he is “praying” that he will not be quarantined upon his return from his luxury trip to the south of France.Good Morning Britain host Piers spent several weeks in St Tropez, dining at exclusive restaurants and hanging out with his famous friends, including Joan Collins and Amanda Holden.

Piers sampled local delicacies at street food markets and scoured flea markets for souvenirs.

But today he shared his fears of having to self-isolate upon his return to the UK, after France continues to report more cases of the coronavirus daily.

Piers shared a photo of himself and his sons in the garden of their luxury villa.

He captioned the photo: “The British abroad… praying there is no quarantine. ”

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The UK has quarantined those returning from Spain very quickly and there are fears that France may receive the same treatment as cases continue to rise in the country.

In busy areas of Paris, face masks have been made mandatory to help stem the spread of the virus.

And today Prime Minister Boris Johnson said ministers “will not hesitate” to impose a quarantine system for travelers from other countries to the UK if necessary.

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Mr Johnson said: “I don’t want to inform people about their individual vacations, their individual decisions, they should clearly look at the Foreign Office travel advice.

“But what I will say, and I hope people will expect us to do so, in the context of a global pandemic, we have to continue to look at data from all the countries the British want to travel to. .

“Where there is a need to impose restrictions or impose a quarantine system, we will not hesitate to do so. “


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