Last month, the UK Government confirmed that, due to the rise in coronavirus cases and the threat of a second wave, all holidaymakers returning from Spain to the UK would be forced into a two-week quarantine – meaning that workers would not be able to attend work, instead either having to work remotely or potentially face unpaid leave.
At the time, various retailers, food outlets and restaurants implored staff to reconsider any trips to the country, with some such as Greggs’ Chief Executive Roger Whiteside confirming that any staff taking the risk to travel to do so at the expense of pay upon their return.
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