Amanda Holden furious for spending £2.5 million on Covid test for family vacation in Portugal
When AMANDA Holden traveled to Portugal earlier this month, she had to pay £2,500 for the Covid test to cover her family, and she expressed anger.
The 50-year-old TV star admitted that she was fortunate enough to afford private exams-but she said she believed that other Britons who were in a different economic situation were being used.
Talk about Alan Carr’s life is like a beach On the podcast, BGT judge said: “We are from Friday to Friday, but the test cost to get there is more than £2,500. I don’t want to keep ranting, but I think this is taking advantage of the British public.
“I’m in a position where I can throw away this money. It’s a huge sum of money-someone is taking it.
“If I chose to do this, I could have lined up at Faro Airport and bought one for 25 euros, but I might also be infected with the new crown virus because the line is near the block.”
The Heart Breakfast host explained that she and her husband Chris Hughes and their daughters Holly and Alexa before returning from Portugal Switch from green to amber list June 8.
Looking back on her experience, the star said that when Carl asked her if it was worth spending £2,500 for them, the price of a private PCR test should be “investigated”.
Amanda He added: “In a sense, we escaped as a family, which is worth it, because many others did not escape.
“But I will never pay that kind of money again. There should be some kind of investigation into this.”
Subsequently, Amanda turned her attention to her confusion about the government’s guidelines on pandemics.
The broadcaster continued: “None of this makes any sense. I have a lot of goodwill, I followed every flippin’ rule, but now I’m’no longer’.
“I think we need to stand together now. Wimbledon, Ascot, football, wherever money is needed, but I can’t go to the children’s sports day outside, but Wimbledon can happen, football can happen.
“My children are so disappointed.”
Confirmation of Britain’s “difficult but decisive decision”-first disclosed by the Sun-Secretary of Transportation Grant Sharps The warning states that Portugal has found 68 cases of the “Delta” variant in India.
However, from June 30, Madeira will be included in the list of green tourism-mainland Portugal and the Azores will remain in Amber.
People travelling to the UK from countries on the Amber List must be isolated at home for 10 days.
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Amanda posed for a photo with her daughter and called for “stop quarantining the new coronavirus in school”
Dan Osborne (Dan Osborne) Lego-themed 30th birthday, spent with Jac Jossa in his £1.2 million home
All amber list arrivals also need to arrive in advance Coronavirus disease Testing, and testing on the second and eighth day of isolation.
However, as part of the “test-to-release” program, Britons can pay for the fourth test, which means they can leave self-isolation earlier.
Although it is not prohibited to travel to the Amber List countries-not like Red Listed Countriess-The government warned them not to take a holiday.