Germany and Sweden have been removed from England’s quarantine-free travel corridor list.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps confirmed the latest changes to the list in a string of tweets posted shortly after 5pm on Thursday (5 November).
Greece, however, retains its travel corridor, despite preparing to return to a state of national lockdown on Saturday (7 November).
No countries have been added to the list.
Passengers arriving into the UK from Germany and Sweden from 4am on Saturday will need to self-isolate for two weeks before following domestic lockdown rules.