Qatar, Chile and Portugal’s Madeira and Azores archipelagoes have been removed from the government’s travel corridor list.
From 4am on Saturday (16 January), anyone arriving into England from Qatar will have to self-isolate for 10 days.
Aruba, Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba have also been removed from the travel corridor list, meaning arrivals from these territories will have to abide by the same rules.
Chile, Madeira and Azores, meanwhile, have been removed from the list after the government on Thursday (14 January) announced a ban on arrivals from much of Latin America owing to the emergence of a new Covid-19 variant in Brazil.
Chile was the sole remaining Latin American country on the government’s quarantine-free travel corridor list.
The ban will come into effect from 4am on Friday (15 January).
Portugal’s ban stems from its "strong travel links with Brazil" said transport secretary Grant Shapps.
"As part of our measures on the Brazilian variant, we are removing Chile, Madeira and the Azores from the travel corridor list," tweeted Shapps.
"As of 4am [on] Friday 15 January, all non-British and Irish nationals, and those without permanent UK residency, will be denied entry into the UK.
"In addition, we will also be removing Aruba, Qatar and Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba from the travel corridor list.
"From 4am [on] Saturday 16 January, anyone arriving into England from these destinations will need to self-isolate."