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Caprice has criticised the government for 'not doing enough' to track and trace travellers amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The model, 48, recently returned to her London home from a trip to Ibiza and is now entering her second week of quarantine − during which she has been seen taking on the viral wine challenge as she passes time at home.

But the star, who has been outspoken about the way in which British officials should be handling the novel coronavirus crisis, is now urging from more stringent action, sources have exclusively revealed to MailOnline.

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Speaking out: Caprice has criticised the government for 'not doing enough' to track and trace travellers amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Speaking out: Caprice has criticised the government for 'not doing enough' to track and trace travellers amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

A source said: 'Caprice and family are in their second week of quarantine after returning from Ibiza. She was surprised she received a call from someone to check she was actually at home and quarantining.

'She was impressed by this but doesn’t think the government is doing enough. She feels there could be much smarter airport testing like in other countries.'

According to the source, Caprice cites 'official research' in insisting that while airport testing detects 7 per cent of potential cases, conducting a second test five days later would pick up 85 per cent, while a space of eight days would yield 96 per cent.

Viral challenge: The star has been isolating at home, after returning to London from Ibiza. On Tuesday, she shared a clip of herself taking part in the viral wine challenge

Viral challenge: The star has been isolating at home, after returning to London from Ibiza. On Tuesday, she shared a clip of herself taking part in the viral wine challenge

'This has been successful in other countries,' explained the source. 'It is just another thing that is crippling the economy and what we all need now is to stabilise and help it grow, not weaken the economy even more.'

As she spends her time at home, the California native took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a clip of herself taking on TikTok's popular #WineChallenge.

During the challenge, one person holds the stem of a wine glass in their mouth, as they lean back to feed the contents of the glass to the person sitting behind them.

In Caprice's case, she was seen taking on the role of the wine drinker, though she was left in fits of laughter as the challenge didn't prove to be too successful.

Glamorous: The star also shared snaps of herself getting glammed up for a 'date night' at home

Glamorous: The star also shared snaps of herself getting glammed up for a 'date night' at home

Criticism: Caprice has made headlines in recent months for speaking out against the way the British government has been handling the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic

Example: Earlier in the pandemic, she cited the example of some countries in Asia, who had put more stringent lockdowns in place at an earlier time to combat the virus

Criticism: Caprice has made headlines in recent months for speaking out against the way the British government has been handling the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic

However, after a little red wine spillage, she got glammed up for a 'date night' at home with her financier husband Ty Comfort, 54.

Said the source: 'She is trying to pass the time by having fun with her family, concentrating on her By Caprice Home brand and she even got dressed up for a date night with her hubby Ty.

'She loves making the effort and looking sexy for her

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