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The Scottish Government has announced that all inbound passengers whose journey originated internationally, including those transiting via an airport in England, will be required to undergo supervised hotel quarantine for 10 days.

Common Travel area (United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man)

People arriving or returning from the Common Travel Area (UK, Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man) remain exempt from the requirements to provide a negative COVID-19 test and to isolate for 10 days.

If you have arrived from the Common Travel Area (CTA) but were in another country before that, and have spent 10 days or less in the CTA, you need to complete the passenger locator form and complete your self-isolation period of 10 days – unless you are from an exempt country or territory above.

If you have spent longer than 10 days in the CTA (or an exempt country or territory above) immediately before your arrival, you do not need to complete the form or self-isolate.

Anyone arriving into England who has visited or been in transit through one of the red list countries in the last 10 days will be required to purchase a quarantine package (which will include the government approved accommodation, Covid-19 testing facilities and assigned transportation).

Details about the quarantine package and the link to the online booking portal can be found HERE

Airlines will be required to ask impacted passengers for proof of their quarantine package booking at check-in and may deny boarding if this is not provided.

For full quarantine details CLICK HERE