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Scotland has added Dubai to its travel quarantine list leading to speculation that England will follow suit – and sparking fears for celebrities holidaying in the Middle East.
Dubai has become a popular lockdown holiday destination for the social media elite with countless influencers and reality stars jetting off to the city for some Winter sun.
In November, the United Arab Emirates was added to the Government’s travel corridor list meaning Britons could return to England and not need to quarantine.
But last night, Scotland ordered all arrivals from Dubai to self-isolate for 10 days from 4am on Monday after a surge in Covid cases in Dubai arrivals.
The move is sure to be a blow to the countless celebrities who jetted off to the desert paradise for a holiday as concerns are brewing that England will follow Scotland’s lead.
When will the hotel quarantine start? Date the announcement of travel rules for red list countries is expected
The Government announced plans to introduce hotel quarantines for international arrivals from a “red list” of 30 countries last week – but hotel industry leaders say they have been “kept in the dark” about how it will actually work.
Best Western chief executive Rob Paterson told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that the chain is “yet to understand exactly what the protocols are required of the hotels”.
He said: “I think in any normal company if you went out and announced a programme nationally, and you hadn’t thought about how you were going to plan that, and you hadn’t spoken to the people involved, I’m not sure I’d have a job if I did that in my company.
“To this day we simply haven’t heard anything.”
He added: “We’ve got all
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