As Omicron, a new strain of COVID-19, sweeps across the world, countries have started to reinstate tougher travel restrictions once again. And that means quarantine hotels are back.
In the past, they have been criticised for inadequate living conditions – and the UK’s hotels have been especially infamous.
In September of this year, a law firm took legal action against British quarantine hotels, accusing them of being a “fundamental breach of people’s human rights”.
There have been reports of sexual harassment, substandard food, squalid surroundings and adverse mental health effects from people’s stays.
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