An employer’s guide to managing travel-related quarantine

Please Note: All information is correct at time of writing on 4 June 2021. We do our very best to make sure our information is as up to date as possible, but we’d encourage you to check out our latest articles and to check the government website for updates as they happen.

Following the suspension of all travel corridors with the UK back in January this year, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps addressed the nation in a Whitehall press conference briefing on 7 May to announce the first ‘tentative’ steps towards unlocking international travel for England. A traffic light system will be in place, which classifies countries based on COVID-19 risk – a red list, an amber list and a green list.

Following a review, on 3 June it was announced that Portugal will move from the green list to the amber list on 8 June, seven countries will go from the amber list to the red and no countries were added to the green list.

This means as an employer you’ll have to carefully manage the self-isolation period for your people who may take international travel over the coming months. Our experts have put together the key considerations every employer needs to make when it comes to travel-related quarantine in their business, including:

  • How to manage travel-related quarantine in your business
  • Whether travel-related quarantine is paid or not
  • What to do if you have employees who have to travel as part of their job

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