- launch legal action
- 隔離（する）（後出 self-isolate は自主隔離する）
Airlines launch legal action vs. UK quarantine policy
LONDON (AP) — Three major airlines have launched legal action against the British government, describing the country's plan to quarantine most incoming travelers as "flawed.''
British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair said in a statement on June 12 that the quarantine will have a "devastating effect" on tourism and the wider economy. The airlines want the government to re-adopt its previous policy, where quarantine is limited to passengers from "high risk" countries.
Quarantine measures imposed early June require that all passengers — bar a few exceptions like medical workers — must fill in a form detailing where they will self-isolate for two weeks. The requirement applies regardless of whether they are U.K. citizens or not.