Since Monday, those arriving in Scotland from outside the Common Travel Area (which includes the rest of the UK and Ireland) must isolate for 10 days in a quarantine hotel.
Passengers have to pay £1,750 to quarantine in a room at one of six designated hotels – in a bid to stop new cases of coronavirus being imported.
BBC Scotland has been looking for answers to some of our readers’ most-asked questions…
Do I have to quarantine in a hotel in Glasgow even if I come from a non-red country, with a negative Covid test and a vaccine certification? Adriana
Yes – those flying into Scotland from outside the Common Travel Area from Monday 15 February must stay in a quarantine hotel for 10 days from arrival.
Everyone who arrives must provide proof of a negative Covid test taken in the three days before you travelled. And you will be tested again twice during the 10 days of isolation.
Being vaccinated does not change the rules you will…
— to www.bbc.co.uk