As coronavirus infection rates around the globe fluctuate, Scotland’s travel corridor list continues to change.
Travellers do not have to self-isolate on return from countries included on the travel corridor list.
Recently, Madeira and Azores were added to the travel corridor list, with no quarantine rules in place for returning travellers, but Turkey and Poland were both removed, meaning those returning to Scotland from either of those countries need to self-isolate for 14 days.
But which other countries are still exempt from quarantine rules on return to Scotland?
Here’s what you need to know.
Which countries are still exempt from quarantine rules?
The following countries are still exempt from quarantine rules, meaning travellers returning to Scotland from these countries will not have to self-isolate.
Antigua and Barbuda Australia Barbados Brunei Cuba Cyprus Dominica Estonia Faroe Islands Fiji Finland Germany Greenland Grenada Hong Kong Italy Japan Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Macau Madeira and Azores (not Portugal mainland) Malaysia Mauritius New Caledonia New Zealand Norway San Marino Seychelles Singapore St Barthélemy St Kitts & Nevis St Lucia St Pierre and Miquelon St Vincent and the Grenadines South Korea Sweden Taiwan Thailand Vatican City State Vietnam
What about British overseas territories?
The following 13 UK overseas territories are also be exempt:
The Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia in the Island of Cyprus Anguilla Bermuda British Antarctic Territory British Indian Ocean Territory British Virgin Islands Cayman Islands Falkland Islands Gibraltar Montserrat Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands