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Scotland’s stricter quarantine rules will ‘pull the plug’ on travel industry

Inbound tourism brings £11 billion to the Scottish economy, while outbound tourism provides £1.7 billion - Getty
Inbound tourism brings £11 billion to the Scottish economy, while outbound tourism provides £1.7 billion – Getty

Scottish tourism bosses have warned that the First Minister’s ‘managed quarantine’ plans could “pull the plug” on the country’s tourism industry.

Mike Tibbert, vice-president of the Scottish Passenger Agents’ Association (SPAA), said that while the organisation “supported a stance which guard[s] our borders”, the industry “urgently needs a plan for how our country will return to travel”.

Inbound tourism brings £11 billion to the Scottish economy, while outbound tourism provides £1.7 billion – and supports more than 26,000 jobs. “We can’t just pull

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