France imposes quarantine on British visitors as general practitioners face wave of patients –

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France imposes quarantine on British visitors as general practitioners face wave of patients – fr


France has become the latest European country to announce restrictions for British travelers trying to stop the spread of the Indian variant Covid.

It comes as NHS data in England shows more people are seeking help from their GPs after a significant drop in numbers over the past year, the BBC reported.

The total number of appointments fell by 10%, which means 31 million fewer views.
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