From next week, all international passengers must test negative for Covid-19 before they can travel into the country (United Kingdom). Passengers arriving by plane, train or boat, including UK nationals, must do the test 72 hours before they leave their country. The government said, the new control is to protect the country against the new strains of coronavirus. UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps that gives the traveling update said travellers can't travel if their result is not negative, even with a negative results, people coming from different countries that are not on the travel ban list must still be quarantine. Grant Shapps say Government has made the test compulsory because of the new variant of the virus that spread in South Africa. The UK list out the 11 african countries on their website and the ban will begin from Saturday, 9th January. Most of the countries that make the list all be for southern Africa or neighboring counties around South Africa.