Travellers ‘face paying extra £500 for quarantine hotel’ to curb red list trips
The Metro says: Travellers returning from red list destinations face having to fork out an extra £500 to pay for their quarantine hotel stay.
Under plans reportedly being considered, the prince could increase to more than £2,250 in a bid to stop people making ‘unncessary trips’ to high-risk countries.
Ministers are said to be frustrated that the taxpayer is subsidising the high cost of keeping passengers in the designated hotels for 10 days.
Currently, travellers pay £1,750 per person for the stay which includes two PCR Covid tests, transport from the airport to the hotel, and all their meals.
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