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Stena Line once again sails passengers from the UK

France now permits drivers to sail from the UK with their cargoes, while the Netherlands opens to British passengers following a short lockdown implemented to curb the spread of a coronavirus mutation.

Photo: PIROSCHKA VAN DE WOUW/REUTERS / X06750

The short-lived ban on receiving passengers from the UK in the Netherlands, which was meant to prevent the spread of a British coronavirus mutation, has now been lifted.

This means that Stena Line can once again sail British passengers on its transports from the UK to the Netherlands, writes the ferry operator in a statement.

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