With the latest changes to the government’s travel corridor list on Sunday, the Canary Islands, Denmark, the Maldives and Mykonos were included in the exemptions.
Holidaymakers can currently travel to a selected number of countries without having to isolate themselves.
Holidaymakers can choose from a selected number of destinations
Anyone who returns to England from these places after 4 a.m. on October 18 must now isolate themselves.
Countries recently removed from the list of “safe travel” include Italy, San Marino and the Vatican City State.
This means that anyone returning to England from these countries after 4 a.m. on October 25th no longer needs to isolate themselves, unless they have made a transit stop in another country that is not exempt.
The destinations to which people from England can travel without being quarantined on arrival or return are limited to a few.
If you arrive in England from Crete before 4am on October 18th, you must isolate yourself.
If you arrived in England from Mykonos on October 25 before 4am in the morning, you must isolate yourself.
If you arrived in England from the Canary Islands before 4 a.m. on 25 October, you must isolate yourself.