‘No one checks,’ says the narrator. Jeremy Clarkson is enraged after’spending hundreds’ on Covid testing.
JEREMY CLARKSON scribbled his rage after spending hundreds of pounds on Covid tests to leave the country, only to have no one verify them when he left and returned to the UK.
After “forking out hundreds of pounds” for Covid tests in order to leave the UK, Jeremy Clarkson, 61, wasn’t impressed. Since the lockdown ended, the Grand Tour star stated he has left the country three times and has never been stopped to confirm he had a negative test.
You don’t have to be concerned about any of them.
In his most recent Sun editorial, the presenter bemoaned the lack of authority he perceived, despite the numerous regulations that had been pounded into us over the previous few months.
“This week, there were plenty of fascinating new laws regarding what kind of Covid tests you need to do when you’re traveling abroad, and where you can go, and what forms you’ll need to complete,” he joked.
“However, you don’t have to be concerned about any of them.”
“I’ve traveled out of the country three times in the last six months, to Portugal to witness the Champions League final and to Croatia and Italy for vacations.”
“On each occasion, I’ve done the correct thing,” Jeremy continued.
“For tests, I paid hundreds of pounds.” I filled out tens of thousands of questions. “I got some apps.” “And I stuffed innumerable prongs so deep up my nose that they accumulated a speck of brain matter, and so far down my throat that I felt like Linda Lovelace.” The most recent Covid travel advice is accessible on the Government website, which provides travelers with information on all of the countries they will visit or travel through, as well as links to schedule any tests they will need to enter those countries.
It also explains how to locate your NHS Covid Pass, which you can use to show your vaccination status while traveling abroad, as well as what you’ll need to do when you return to England.
Jeremy, on the other hand, discovered that despite following all the procedures, he was never required to confirm that he had tested negative for the virus upon his return to the UK.
“No one ever stopped me to check when I was leaving or returning,” he wrote, perplexed.
“Brinkwire Summary News” from the United Kingdom.