COVID-19. Quarantine from the UK: No ferries for canoes for passengers

Departure for Portsmouth from the port of Ken-Oistreham will not resume before June 20, 2021. Archives Liberté Le Bonhome Libre.

New blow for Brittany Wharf And new disappointment for passengers departing from the port of Ken-Oistreham (Calvados).

On Wednesday May 26, 2021, the French government announced a quarantine for passengers arriving from the United Kingdom. A measure out of fear of the Indian version, which will come into force on Monday, May 31, 2021.

Compulsory separation for 7 days

“Compulsory separation” for a period of 7 days. “This quarantine is for an unspecified period”, specifies Christophe Matthews, chairman of the Board of Management of Brittany Wharf, “forced to make difficult decisions concerning channel links. These decisions once again impact the plans of thousands of our travelers.” Those who are British at 85%.

Not before 20 June for Can-Portsmouth

As a result, the French shipping company announced that the rotation Ken-Oistreham – Portsmouth (Normandy ship) will not be open to passengers “first, and earliest, June 20, 2021”.

“Strongly advised against travel”

The company recalls that: “According to the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, any travel or stay in the United Kingdom and Ireland is strongly discouraged.”
A system has been put in place to modify, postpone or cancel their reservations.

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