Portugal and Hungary are being added to England’s quarantine checklist, which means any travellers arriving from 4am on Saturday should isolate for 2 weeks.
The restriction is not going to apply to travellers getting back from Portuguese island Madeira and the Azores.
French Polynesia and Reunion have additionally been added to the checklist of nations from which travellers to England should quarantine for 14 days, which may also be enforced from early Saturday morning.
Nevertheless, these arriving in England from Sweden from Saturday morning will not have to isolate after a so-called “journey hall” was established.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps introduced the most recent modifications to England’s quarantine measures as he hailed how “enhanced information” meant the federal government now has “the aptitude to evaluate islands separate to their mainland international locations”.
He additionally reminded all travellers to the UK they have to full a Passenger Locator Kind previous to entry.
“That is very important in defending public well being and making certain those that have to are complying with self-isolation guidelines,” he posted on Twitter.
“It’s a prison offence to not full the shape and spot checks will probably be happening.”
It comes per week after the federal government made no modifications to the journey corridors – but Wales and Scotland both took different approaches, sparking anger and confusion from some holidaymakers.
Final Thursday, Wales added Portugal to its quarantine checklist – however excluded the Azores and Madeira – whereas Scotland took a blanket method to the entire nation.
Some vacationers had been anticipating England to do the identical, chopping brief holidays and forking out lots of of kilos for early flights dwelling, given the coronavirus an infection fee was as excessive as 23 per 100,000 folks.
Ministers say international locations the place the determine is larger than 20 per 100,000 are susceptible to being added to the checklist – however at the beginning of this week the UK tipped over that threshold itself.
The most important restrictions because the first COVID-19 lockdown have been introduced in response, significantly cutting the maximum number of people able to gather legally.
Adjustments have been made to England’s quarantine system too, so now islands could be handled individually from complete international locations.
Mr Shapps made the announcement on Monday, and on the similar time added seven Greek islands fashionable with sun-seeking Britons to the quarantine checklist.