Do I still have to self-isolate if I visit Scotland?

View of Edinburgh including the castle
People travelling into Edinburgh airport may still be subject to a quarantine rule

England is to lift its quarantine requirement for some 76 countries and territories as of Friday – but Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have yet to announce if they will follow suit.

A spokeswoman for the Scottish government told Connexion yesterday they “hope to have completed consideration of the list of countries put forward by the UK government… in the coming days”.

It is not clear if this process will be completed by Friday, or if there will be an overlap, with the quarantine ...

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