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A large hotel chain says it has not had “any discussions at all” with the UK government over plans to introduce mandatory quarantine for travellers.
Best Western Hotels boss Rob Paterson said he had offered support but was “yet to hear anything” back.
“I’m not sure I’d have a job if I did that in my company,” he told the BBC.
In January, Boris Johnson said UK nationals and residents returning from Covid hotspots would have to quarantine in government-provided hotels.
But no start date has been set.
Mr Johnson told a Downing Street press