Readers voted in our poll on whether people coming into Britain should have to quarantine in hotels. Some 71 percent of respondents said yes, while 28 percent disagreed and one percent did not know.
Commenting on the poll, one reader fumed: "What about staying at home in the first place, it's like nothing has changed as far as air travel is concerned."
Another blasted: "The ONLY people who should be inconvenienced by the covidiots who insist on travelling in the midst of a lethal pandemic, should be the covidiots themselves (at their OWN cost).
"NOT the people whose lives they put at risk with their personal and selfish contribution to increased global transmission."
A third insisted: "The borders should be shut, and it should have been done a long time ago......"Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Travellers arriving in the UK should be forced to quarantine in hotels, according to an Express poll (Image: GETTY)
Readers voted in our poll on whether people coming into Britain should have to quarantine in hotels (Image: APESTER)
Another added: "No one should be coming in the first place, not even to a hotel."
A fifth commented: "This should have been happening since last March.
"This is the only thing I think Boris has got wrong.
"Australia are still doing it and they are not far off being back to normal."
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Ministers are to discuss requiring travellers arriving in the UK to pay to quarantine at a hotel to ensure they are following the rules (Image: GETTY)
One more wrote: "I voted yes but they shouldn't be