A number of changes have been made to the travel corridor lists in the UK following the latest review of assessments from the Joint Biosecurity Centre.
From 4am on Saturday (19 September), arrivals to the UK from Guadeloupe and Slovenia will have to self-isolate for 14 days, with these countries being removed from the travel corridor lists in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Meanwhile, some countries are being added to the travel corridor lists – from Saturday, arrivals to the UK from Thailand and Singapore will no longer need to self-isolate (unless they have COVID-19 symptoms).
Singapore and Thailand will be added to the travel corridor lists for England, Scotland and Northern Ireland from 4am on Saturday.
In Wales, Thailand & Gibraltar will be added to its travel corridors list. Gibraltar is already part of the lists in other parts of the UK, while Singapore is already part of the list in Wales.