Share your experiences of hotel quarantine in England

We would like to hear from people who have arrived in England from high-risk countries and have quarantined in government-designated accommodation

The international arrivals area at Heathrow Airport, London.
The international arrivals area at Heathrow Airport, London. Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA
The international arrivals area at Heathrow Airport, London. Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA

Last modified on Mon 15 Feb 2021 04.11 EST

From Monday, UK nationals or residents returning to England from 33 “red list” countries will have to start paying to quarantine in government managed quarantine facilities. People will be required to quarantine in hotels for 10 days and the cost for a hotel stay is £1,750 for a single adult.

We would like to hear from those arriving who are required to stay in a quarantine hotel after arriving in England from a high-risk country.

Share your experiences

Have you encountered any issues with checking-in? What has your experience been like quarantining in a hotel? Do you have any concerns?

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