The UK Government has announced that non-essential trips abroad from England will get the go-ahead from May 17.
National clinical director says officials are working on a 'digital solution' but says we 'dont want to burst what we've achieved'.
Concerns over isolation and possible resort restrictions were given as the key reasons to choose a staycation over a foreign trip.
All passengers travelling to Scotland will be required to enter managed quarantine if they have been in one of these countries in the 10 days before arrival.
From Monday, all international arrivals to Scotland must isolate in a hotel for ten days.
The First Minister says more stringent checks may be needed on people travelling from England into Scotland.
People inoculated against Covid-19 can ask their GP for written proof of their vaccine status if needed for travel.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will provide an update to the Scottish Parliament later on Tuesday.
The First Minister has called for a 'comprehensive system of supervised quarantine'.
An expert has said the UK should follow in Australia and New Zealand's footsteps with managed isolation.
All passengers arriving in Scotland from overseas are now required to self-isolate for ten days as new rules come into effect.
The Mediterranean country has been put back on the quarantine list by the Scottish Government.
Firm says it 'had no choice' after furlough scheme changes and the decision to reimpose quarantine on Spanish holidaymakers.
Holiday firm reveals list of ten destinations on offer between August 1 and 7 after quarantine measures relaxed.
Scotland, Wales and Nothern Ireland have not agreed to the UK Government travel plans.
People should be allowed to travel more than five miles for recreation from next Friday and visit family at home from July 15.