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New Covid fines of up to £10,000 come into force in England

People refusing to self-isolate will face penalties starting at £1,000, and police will act on tip-offs from neighbours A new, more robust chapter in

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People refusing to self-isolate will face penalties starting at £1,000, and police will act on tip-offs from neighbours

A new, more robust chapter in English coronavirus regulations begins on Monday, with fines of up to £10,000 for people who refuse to self-isolate when asked, and enforcement including tip-offs from people who believe that others are breaching the rules.

The changes come with the duty to self-isolate moving into law. It becomes a legal obligation if someone is told to do so by test-and-trace staff, but not for those simply using the Covid-19 phone app, which is anonymous.

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