Scotland has introduced a mandatory 10-day quarantine for all passengers arriving from Dubai.
The new rule came into effect on Monday, January 11 (at 4:00 am).
In addition, passengers who travelled to Scotland from Dubai since January 3 are also being asked to isolate for 10 days, from the date of arrival.
According to a statement on the Scottish government website, the change is due to a number of positive cases identified in passengers who have flown into Glasgow since the new year.
International travel restrictions have been updated.— Michael Matheson MSP (@MathesonMichael) January 10, 2021
Travellers returning from Dubai must quarantine on arrival in Scotland for 10 days from 4 am on Monday (11th Jan).
Remember, no-one is allowed to travel into or out of Scotland unless it is for an essential purpose.
Emirates Airline has updated the COVID-19 travel requirements section on its website to reflect the latest change.