Quarantine hotels are under consideration, Dominic Raab has suggested, as he said "all possibilities" remained on the table. The Foreign Secretary confirmed the Government has “considered all of the possibilities”, in response “to all of the variations” that are now being seen from the different strains of coronavirus. “We need to check those new variants don't create extra impact on the NHS,” Mr Raab told Sophy Ridge on Sunday. He said that the recent suspension of travel corridors “is a precautionary measure so we don't undermine the efforts of the NHS”. When pressed about the prospect of creating quarantine hotels as seen in other countries, Mr Rabb said: “We'll consider all the measures in the realm.” It comes after ministers are said to have instructed staff to study a wide range of policies to crackdown on quarantine, including use of facial-recognition technology and GPS to check that people are staying in isolation.