You are no longer allowed to travel abroad, and many of your friends and relatives can no longer do so, under a new UK travel ban.
If you live in the UK and are under the age of 18, or have not travelled for a while, you will be banned from going abroad for the next six months.
The travel ban applies to people who have not yet entered the UK, those who have been convicted of a crime or who have had a serious mental health or drug problem, and people who are in care.
The ban also affects anyone who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, and those who were in prison or detained for longer than six months, or are in prison for any reason, including because of their gender.
Read more about the travel restrictions.
There are also restrictions on those who work in the health care sector, including those who provide primary care or primary social work. “
We have taken action to improve security and ensure we can ensure the public are protected, as well as addressing the long-term impact of the ban.”
There are also restrictions on those who work in the health care sector, including those who provide primary care or primary social work.
The Home Office is working with the NHS to put in place the health and social care (HSCP) safety measures to ensure that those affected are able to return home.
You can still access the NHS if you are in hospital, or you are a member of the NHS.
Read the full list of those affected.
A spokeswoman for the NHS said: We know that some people will need to go overseas for treatment, and we’re working closely with the Home Secretary to ensure people are safe when they return to the NHS, but we’re making sure that people who need care and support are able.
She said: It is important that people with mental health conditions who are at risk of travelling abroad are safe, and that they are able, as best they can, to access their care.
It is also important that all health care professionals are aware of the health risks, so that they can provide the best possible care for their patients.
Read on to find out more.
How to get around the travel bans Before the travel suspension, you could travel to: Ireland, Canada, the US, the European Union and a number of other countries