Nicola Sturgeon says she and Wales First Minister Mark Drakeford have written to Boris Johnson today calling for a tougher approach to travel restrictions, APA reports citing BBC.
It would see anyone arriving in the UK asked to isolate for eight days - taking tests on day two and day eight.
She says this would help identify cases of the Omicron variant and prevent further community transmission.
This view would be "sensible" and "on a precautionary basis", says Sturgeon.
Sturgeon and Drakeford want all four UK nations to work together on travel.