These are the destinations are on the Red, Amber and Green list as Government updates traffic light system for travel
The Government has said it has made the traffic light system for travel more straight forward so people can head off on a foreign break.
The Transport Secretary has defended the set up for travel as a “simplified system” which will allow people to “enjoy their holidays”.
Grant Shapps told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “We have certainly lived with coronavirus long enough to know that it can be unpredictable; however, we have also lived with it long enough to get the majority of the population vaccinated, other countries are doing the same thing.
“That does mean that this summer we are able to set out a three-week programme rather than a one-week programme which was the situation last year.
“I hope people will be able to go away under this simplified system, enjoy their breaks and not be looking over their shoulders the whole time, and as long as they follow the processes then they can have a great time and I hope they are able to enjoy their holidays.”
However, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has criticised the Government’s handling of the coronavirus travel restrictions.
Speaking on the final day of a two-day visit to Scotland, he told broadcasters: “Anybody who has been trying to organise a holiday this summer has got their head in their hands because almost on a daily basis we’ve had a changing system, changing colours, U-turns left right and centre.
“We’ve been saying since the beginning of the summer have a simplified system.
"We may be edging towards it and I feel very strongly for those families and I hope that that helps them going forward.
“But the big question I have for the Government is why on earth have we had to go through this chaos to get there?
“And it’s not the first time. Last summer we had the chaos of the exams, at Christmas we had the chaos of the Christmas mixing and now we’ve had the summer of chaos about travel and holidays.
“Every time there’s a predicable problem the Government goes through a wall of chaos before it begins to sort it out.”
The new revised list has been announced, setting out which countries are classed as green, amber and red.
This is how they will look for England, Scotland and Northern Ireland from 4am on Sunday, August 8:
Antarctica/British Antarctic Territory
Antigua and Barbuda
British Indian Ocean Territory
Israel and Jerusalem
Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands
South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands
St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
Turks and Caicos Islands
Akrotiri and Dhekelia
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba
Bosnia and Herzegovina
British Virgin Islands
Central African Republic
Cook Islands, Tokelau and Niue
Czech Republic (Czechia)
The Occupied Palestinian Territories
Papua New Guinea
Portugal (except Madeira)
Sao Tome and Principe
St Kitts and Nevis
St Martin and St Barthelemy
St Pierre and Miquelon
St Vincent and the Grenadines
United Arab Emirates
Wallis and Futuna
Congo (Democratic Republic)
Trinidad and Tobago