The list of countries that Britons can travel to without having to quarantine for 14 days on return is sadly diminishing week by week.
The latest to go is the Portuguese mainland. As of 12 September, England and Northern Ireland followed Scotland and Wales in removing the country from the travel corridors list.
Other removals included Hungary, Réunion and French Polynesia.
France, Malta and the Netherlands were removed from the exemption list in the middle of August, alongside Monaco, Switzerland, Turks & Caicos and Aruba.
They joined Andorra, Belgium and the Bahamas, as well as Spain, Serbia and Luxembourg.
All of these destinations were previously given the green light for travel, but have been removed after reporting spikes in coronavirus cases.
To confuse things further, holidaymakers have to check two different government lists: the Department for Transport’s travel corridors list (so you don’t have to quarantine