Not sure is any of you follow this government site,
If you choose Highland it breaks down each local area to individual cases.
During the first outbreak Aviemore did very well, with very few, if any cases. The problem happened at the October school holiday weeks when everyone descended on the village, cases sky rocketed and we ended up in the red zone, starting in cafe Mambo then the boat Hotel and on-wards.
At the moment this is the quietest time of the year for visitors and it has taken to now for the numbers to calm down, I think it is one this week and zero last week.
No matter how people interoperate the rules on travel the concern is people are going to come up from the central belt high concentration zones and England and it is going to kick off again. My concern is touching T-bars and poma poles. No matter how careful you are you will be touching something someone else has just touched with their glove and you can guarantee someone will have touched their face / nose etc before you whither it is an adult or child and I know I rub my cold nose with the back of my ski glove all the time without thinking about it, which is not good.
It is a dilemma, people want to ski and get exercise; resorts want to stay in business but at the same time is has been shown the more visitors to the area the numbers will go up no matter how careful people are being. Are you being selfish coming into a zone one area or are you helping the local economy, what is the most important? I don't have an answer to that.