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The Health Protection (Coronavirus) (International Travel) (Scotland) Regulations 2020

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 General

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

  3. PART 2 Requirement to provide information

    1. 3.(1) This regulation applies where a person (“P”) arrives in...

    2. 4.Requirement to update passenger information

    3. 5.Passenger information: offences and penalties

  4. PART 2A Pre-Departure Testing and testing following arrival in Scotland

    1. 5A.Requirement to possess notification of negative test result

    2. 5B.Pre-Departure testing: offences and penalties

    3. 5C.Testing following arrival in Scotland: general

    4. 5D.Testing following arrival in Scotland: requirement to book and pay for tests

    5. 5E.Testing following arrival in Scotland: obligation to provide information

    6. 5F.Testing following arrival in Scotland: requirement to undertake tests

    7. 5G.Testing following arrival in Scotland: requirement to self-isolate on failure to undertake a test

    8. 5H.Testing following arrival in Scotland: consequences of test results

    9. 5I.Testing following arrival in Scotland: charge for day testing packages

    10. 5J.Testing following arrival in Scotland: offences and penalties

    11. 5K.Exclusion of certain diplomatic etc. personnel

  5. PART 3

    1. 6.Requirement for travellers ... to stay in specified premises

    2. 6A.Requirement for certain travellers to possess managed self-isolation package

    3. 6B.Requirement for certain travellers to stay in managed accommodation

    4. 6C.Appeals

    5. 6D.Modification of regulations 6A and 6B where P is a relevant person

    6. 7.Persons not required to comply with regulation 6

    7. 7A.Persons not required to comply with regulation 6A or 6B

  6. PART 4 Enforcement of Part 3

    1. 8.Enforcement of requirement in regulation 6 and 6B

    2. 9.Offences and penalties - Parts 3 and 4

    3. 10.Penalties for offences under regulation 9

  7. PART 4A Fixed Penalty Notices

    1. 11.Fixed penalty notices

    2. 12.Fixed penalty notices – penalty amounts

  8. PART 5 Information sharing

    1. 13.Power to use and disclose information

  9. PART 6 Review and expiry of Regulations

    1. 14.Review of need for restrictions

    2. 15.Expiry of Regulations

  10. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE A1

      1. PART 1 Countries, territories, or parts of countries or territories

      2. PART 2 United Kingdom Overseas Territories

    2. SCHEDULE A2

      Acute risk countries, territories or parts thereof

    3. SCHEDULE 1

      Passenger information

      1. 1.Personal details of the passenger— (a) their full name,

      2. 2.Journey details of the passenger— (a) the address where—

      3. 3.Whether they are providing passenger information on behalf of another...

      4. 4.Where the passenger is travelling with a child for whom...

      5. 4A.Where regulation 5D requires a testing package to be booked—...

      6. 5.Details of an emergency contact— (a) their full name, and...

    4. SCHEDULE 2

      Persons not required to comply with regulation 3 regulation 5A or regulations 5D to 6B

      1. PART 1 Persons not required to comply with regulation 3 or 6

        1. 1.(1) A person (“P”) who is— (a) a member of...

        2. 2.(1) A Crown servant or government contractor where they are—...

        3. 3.(1) A person who is a Crown servant, a government...

        4. 4.An official of a foreign Government, required to travel to...

        5. 4A.(1) A road passenger transport worker. (2) For the purposes...

        6. 4B.(1) Seamen and masters, as defined in section 313(1) of...

        7. 4C.A pilot, as defined in paragraph 22(1) of schedule 3A...

        8. 4D.An inspector, or a surveyor of ships, appointed under section...

        9. 4DA.For the purposes of paragraphs 4B, 4C and 4D, as...

        10. 4E.(1) A member of aircraft crew where they have travelled...

        11. 4F.(1) Any of the following who have travelled to the...

        12. 4G.(1) The condition mentioned in regulation 3(4)(d) is that the...

      2. PART 2 Persons not required to comply with regulation 6

        1. 5.The persons specified in paragraphs 4 to 38 of this...

        2. 6.A transit passenger who is a person who, on arrival...

        3. 7.(1) A road haulage worker ... .

        4. 8.(1) Seamen and masters, as defined in section 313(1) of...

        5. 9.A pilot, as defined in paragraph 22(1) of schedule 3A...

        6. 10.An inspector or surveyor of ships appointed under section 256...

        7. 11.Crew, as defined in paragraph 1 of schedule 1 of...

        8. 12.Civil aviation inspectors, as defined in Annex 9 to the...

        9. 13.(1) Operational, rail maintenance, safety and security workers working on...

        10. 14.(1) Any person who has been certified by the relevant...

        11. 14A.(1) A person returning from undertaking essential or emergency work...

        12. 15.A person designated by the relevant Ministers under section 5(3)...

        13. 16.A person responsible for escorting a person sought for extradition...

        14. 17.A representative of any territory travelling to the United Kingdom...

        15. 18.(1) Workers engaged in essential or emergency works—

        16. 18A.(1) Workers engaged in essential or emergency works on behalf...

        17. 19.Workers engaged in essential or emergency works—

        18. 20.(1) A person who is— (a) nuclear personnel, and who...

        19. 21.An Inspector from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical...

        20. 22.(1) A person who is— (a) carrying out a critical...

        21. 23.(1) A specialist aerospace engineer, or a specialist aerospace worker,...

        22. 24.(1) A person engaged in operational, maintenance or safety activities...

        23. 25.(1) A worker ... required to undertake or commence within...

        24. 26.A postal operator, as defined in section 27(3) of the...

        25. 27.A worker with specialist technical skills, where those specialist technical...

        26. 28.A worker with specialist technical skills, where those specialist technical...

        27. 29.(1) Any of the following— (a) a person (“P”) who—...

        28. 30.(1) A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom...

        29. 31.A person who is an “inspector” within the meaning given...

        30. 32.(1) A person who— (a) has travelled to the United...

        31. 33.A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom to...

        32. 34.A person who is— (a) a “qualified person” within the...

        33. 35.(1) A person who has travelled to the United Kingdom...

        34. 36.A person who is engaged in urgent or essential work—...

        35. 36A.A person— (a) who is engaged in the installation, maintenance...

        36. 37.(1) A person who has an offer of employment for...

        37. 38.(1) A domestic elite sportsperson, an international elite sportsperson, a...

        38. 38A.(1) Any of the following— (a) an elite sportsperson (“P”)...

        39. 39.(1) A person engaged in film production or high-end TV...

        40. 40.(1) A person engaged in television production.

        41. 41.(1) A journalist who has travelled to the United Kingdom...

        42. 42.(1) A performing arts professional working in connection with a...

    5. SCHEDULE 2A

      Testing before arrival in Scotland

      1. 1.A test complies with this paragraph if—

      2. 2.Notification of a negative test result must include, in English,...

      3. 3.In this schedule, “device” means an in vitro diagnostic medical...

      4. 4.(1) The persons referred to in regulation 5A(4)(c) (and not...

    6. SCHEDULE 3

      Specified competitions

      1. 1.The World Snooker Championship

      2. 2.The Professional Darts Corporation Summer Series

      3. 3.The Betfred World Matchplay Darts

      4. 4.UEFA Champions League and Europa League fixtures

      5. 5.International Football fixtures

      6. 6.Formula One Pirelli British Grand Prix

      7. 7.Emirate Formula One 70th Anniversary Grand Prix

      8. 8.Test Cricket matches

      9. 9.Professional Golfers’ Association Betfred British Masters Championship

      10. 10.European Tour Golf – English Open

      11. 11.European Tour Golf – English Championship

      12. 12.European Tour Golf – United Kingdom Championship

      13. 13.BMW Professional Golfers’ Association Championship

      14. 14.Moet & Chandon July Festival horse-racing

      15. 15.QIPCO King George Diamond Weekend horse-racing

      16. 16.Qatar Goodwood Festival horse-racing

      17. 17.Yorkshire Ebor Festival horse-racing

      18. 18.Betfred Super League Rugby Football League fixtures

      19. 19.Rugby Football Union international fixtures

      20. 20.Scottish Rugby Union international fixtures

      21. 21.Guinness PRO14 and Challenge Cup Rugby Union fixtures

      22. 22.Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games Qualification Events

      23. 23.European Tour Golf – Celtic Classic

      24. 24.European Tour Golf – Wales Open

      25. 25.European Tour Golf – Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open...

      26. 26.European Tour Golf – Women’s British Open

      27. 27.European Tour Golf – Alfred Dunhill Links Championship

      28. 28.European Tour Golf – Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open

      29. 29.Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Golf Tournament (European Tour)

      30. 30.The Northern Ireland Golf Open Tournament (European Challenge Tour supported...

    7. SCHEDULE 3A

      Specified Competitions

      1. Part 1

        1. 1.UEFA Champions League and Europa League fixtures.

        2. 2.International Football fixtures.

        3. 3.Test Cricket matches.

        4. 4.BMW Professional Golfers’ Association Championship.

        5. 5.European Tour Golf – United Kingdom Championship.

        6. 6.European Tour Golf – Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

        7. 7.European Tour Golf – Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open.

        8. 8.Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Golf Tournament (European Tour).

        9. 9.The Northern Ireland Golf Open Tournament (European Challenge Tour supported...

        10. 10.Rugby Union international fixtures

        11. 11.Scottish Rugby Union international fixtures.

        12. 12.Guinness PRO14 and Challenge Cup Rugby Union fixtures.

        13. 13.European Professional Club Rugby fixtures.

        14. 14.Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games qualification events.

        15. 15.Professional Darts Corporation – Challenge Tour.

        16. 16.Professional Darts Corporation – Development Tour.

        17. 17.Professional Darts Corporation – Players’ Championship.

        18. 18.Professional Darts Corporation – Unibet Premier League.

        19. 19.Professional Darts Corporation – Women’s Series.

        20. 20.Professional Darts Corporation – World Youth Championship.

        21. 21.ATP Tour Tennis.

        22. 22.Scottish Horseracing meetings.

        23. 23.World Snooker Tour – Scottish Open.

        24. 24.European Tour – Scottish Championship.

        25. 25.European Grand Slam Curling.

        26. 25A.Curling – World Mixed Doubles Championship.

        27. 26.Professional Darts Corporation - Unibet Premier League

        28. 27.UEFA Youth League fixtures.

      2. Part 2

        1. 28.UEFA European Championship fixtures.

  11. Explanatory Note

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