Scotland’s Directors of Public Health alerted us on Friday to a number of cases of children being in school after recently returning from countries not exempt from selfisolation (“quarantine”) rules. This has also been raised by members of the Education Recovery Group. The Health Protection (Coronavirus) (International Travel) (Scotland) Regulations 2020 require all those returning to Scotland from nonexempt countries to self-isolate at home or another appropriate location for 14 days. Those self-isolating should not go out to work or childcare or school or visit public areas. As you will know, the list of exempt countries has been changed in recent days, with the removal of some countries, including France and the Netherlands, where people in Scotland commonly spend their holidays.