The Government has announced its weekly tweaks to the UK travel corridors list.
Estonia (Tallinn is pictured below) and Latvia have been removed from the travel corridors list.
From 4am on Saturday 28st November, anyone returning to England from these countries will have to self isolate for fourteen days.
The following places have been removed from the quarantine list, although they are unlikely to be places where you were planning to visit in the short term:
- Pacific Islands of Samoa, Kiribati, Micronesia, Tonga, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands
The total ban on travel to Denmark will be removed on Saturday. However, you will still need to quarantine for 14 days on your return.
The Government has not yet amended the list of countries exempt from the Foreign Office ‘do not travel’ list (click here, but the standalone list has been temporarily removed for the November lockdown).
The official ‘travel corridor’ list is on this page of the Government website.