Tui has dramatically cut more than a dozen holiday programmes owing to the ongoing spread of the coronavirus.
New information and guidance has been issued on holidays to the US, Spain, Jamaica, Vietnam, Cyprus, Madeira, Malta, Croatia, Tunisia, Italy, Goa, Sri Lanka and Thailand.
The German holiday giant said it was closely monitoring the situation around the world.
“Our holiday programme is experiencing some disruption due to local authority restrictions and Foreign Office (FCO) advice,” said Tui.
“We are proactively contacting all customers whose holidays are affected to discuss their options, including an amendment or full refund.”
Tui said customers due to travel should be mindful of additional screening measures and restrictions at airports and cruise ports, and added that customers could be denied entry to a destination based on recent travel.
It is advising all customers to check the latest FCO advice before travelling.
The operator will prioritise customers due to travel before 1 April.
This the latest update from the operator, as of Sunday (15 March).