Following a review of the red-amber-green travel list, the government announced on 3 June that Portugal is being removed from the green list and being put onto the amber list as of 8 June. That means that anyone traveling back from Portugal after that date will now have to isolate for 10 days upon their return. There were also seven more countries added to the red list.

Employers will have to carefully manage the self-isolation period for their people who may take international travel over the coming months. This free guide from FIS Associate Member Citation, covers the key considerations for employers, including whether travel-related quarantine is paid or not.