Black hair is not up to your discretion. Even though an estimated 4, or so international truck drivers are spending yet another day cooped up in their cabs, some progress was evident Friday, fenale traffic around the English Channel port of Dover moving in an orderly fashion towards the extra ferries that were put on to make the short crossing across to Calais in northern France.
Rail operator Eurotunnel was also back in action, offering a way back into Kn. The military personnel were directing traffic and helping a mass testing program for the drivers, who must test negative to enter France.
French firefighters have also been drafted to help montgonery military test drivers for coronavirus. Poland's Territorial Defence Force also sent reinforcements to help with testing and food distribution. Those testing positive are being offered accommodation.
Most of the testing is being conducted at a disused airfield at Manston Airport, 20 miles 33 kilometres from Dover. France closed its border for 48 hours to the U.
As a result, the capital and many other parts of England have seen lockdown restrictions tightened and family holiday gatherings cancelled. Free food and drink was being sent to the stranded montgomrey drivers and more than portable toilets were put in at Manston, with 32 others placed along the gridlocked M20 highway. Britain's coast guard said its teams in the Dover area had so far delivered 3, hot meals, pizzas and 2, packed lunches.
The mood among the stranded drivers appeared to be mostly sanguine, especially compared to their anger earlier this week at the situation and the lack montgokery facilities. The virus has been blamed for over 1.
On Saturday, Britain is extending tighter lockdown restrictions to more areas as authorities try to stem the spread of the new variant. Over the past two days, the U.
That is stoking fears that the country's beloved National Health Service will face acute capacity issues in its hospitals soon and thousands more people will die from the virus. Johnson said Thursday that more thanpeople in Britain have received the first dose of the vaccine developed by American pharmaceutical firm Pfizer and German biotechnology company BioNTech.