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Frustration at Britain’s Ports Over Travel Restrictions

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Frustration at Britain’s Ports Over Travel Restrictions

In Britain, about 4,000 truck drivers were stuck along roads near the southeastern English port in Dover after a 48-hour shutdown to prevent the spread of a variant of the coronavirus. Truckers who want to travel to France must show proof of a negative virus test.

“We don’t have food to eat, we don’t have drink, we don’t have anything — nobody don’t care about us.” “But now they say about some Covid test, but there is no Covid test. And I talked with the police officer. He said to me, when you go to the Maidstone. I say to them, how can we go to the Maidstone if the traffic — if the traffic with the trucks — is 200 kilometers?” [shouting] [yelling in distress] [arguing]

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