Rules for people entering the UK could get tighter later – with the government expected to enforce hotel quarantine in England for some arrivals. Currently, people arriving in the UK must test negative before setting off, and then self-isolate for 10 days on arrival. This can be reduced to five days in England after a second negative test. But it’s feared that not everyone follows the rules – so people could now be told to stay in hotels, where the isolation will be enforced. It’s thought the rules will definitely apply to UK citizens and residents arriving from southern African, South America, and Portugal (foreign nationals are already banned from arriving from those “high risk” areas). The rules could also apply to other countries. And it’s expected that people will have to pay their own way. Although each part of the UK sets its own travel rules, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said a “four nations” approach is being discussed. Here’s a glimpse from last year of hotel quarantine in Australia.