Flights from countries all over the world, including COVID-19 hotspots like Brazil, continue to land at London airports despite Londoners themselves being banned by law from traveling outside the area.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Saturday that London and the south east of England would be placed under a new lockdown – tier 4 – making it illegal for Londoners to travel outside the region.
Johnson also revealed that people living in tier 4 areas would be banned from international travel, forcing millions of Brits who planned to visit family abroad to cancel their Christmas.
However, while Londoners are not allowed to hop on a flight, planeloads full of foreign visitors continue to land at Heathrow and other major airports in the region.
Two days after Londoners were banned from travel, a flight from Nairobi, Kenya landed at Heathrow.
I can't leave London by law, but Kenyans arriving from Nairobi can do as they please. Taking the piss. pic.twitter.com/bE5Xjt2iCx— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) December 21, 2020
Flights from China, the original source of the coronavirus, also continue to land in London on a regular basis.
Londoners arrested if they try to leave the country, but tourists from Shanghai, China? Come on in! pic.twitter.com/qCRtT7dLvK— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) December 20, 2020
Yesterday, no less than five flights from Brazil arrived at Heathrow within the space of ten minutes, despite the country registering over 7 million COVID-19 cases.
Londoners will be arrested if they try to leave the country, but 5 flights from Brazil (over 7 million COVID cases) will be landing at Heathrow within the next 10 minutes.— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) December 20, 2020
As we reported earlier, the so-called “mutant” strain of COVID-19 that has prompted numerous European countries to close their borders to visitors from the UK was present in Brazil eight months ago.
The UK also has a coronavirus infection rate lower than some of the countries that have cut off the UK.
Brits abroad are being held captive at airports by security officials due to confusion over the travel ban and border closures, but visitors from all over the world continue to arrive in Britain with no hassle whatsoever.
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