The Scottish Government has reintroduced quarantine for passengers arriving from Hungary and La Réunion. It means passengers arriving from there will have to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival into Scotland from 0400 on Saturday 12 September.
It follows the recent additions from both the Scottish and UK Governments for passengers arriving from Greece, Portugal and French Polynesia. Czech Republic and Jamaica.
Anyone travelling back from, or transiting through, these countries will have to self-isolate for two weeks. More information on can be found at the Scottish Government website.
Sweden will be added to the exemption list, meaning anyone travelling to Scotland from Sweden will no longer need to quarantine from 0400 Saturday 12 September.
We know people who had travel arranged to these countries will have questions about the status of their flight. We encourage you to check with your airline for the latest flight information.
Travel restrictions, including the need to quarantine on return, have been lifted for a number other countries and you can find more information on the Scottish Government website.
Governments at home and abroad regularly review their travel policies, and so it is important to check any local rules or restrictions before you travel.
The map below shows quarantine requirements on arrival to and from Scotland.