With travel being disrupted almost constantly by COVID-19 (aka coronavirus), we'll be updating this article daily to share which borders are closed, and where in the world is still open to travellers...
Please note: The information in this article applies to UK travellers, and is up to date as of 8.30am on 18 September. Check back here tomorrow morning for the latest update.
The FCDO has updated its global advisory against all but essential travel, exempting destinations that no longer pose an unacceptably high risk for British travellers. The full list can be found here.
The UK government has confirmed that from 10 July, people arriving in England will not have to quarantine when returning to England or Scotland from several countries. The full list can be found here. Please ensure you check this list, as well as the official FCDO website, for your chosen country, before booking or travelling.
The FCDO advises against all non essential travel to Slovenia. This means that if you return from Slovenia to the UK on or after 4 am on the 19 September, you will need to self-isolate.
Singapore has been added to the UK government's quarantine exemption list.
Thailand has been added to the UK government's quarantine exemption list.
Guadeloupe has been removed from the quarantine exempt list. This means that if you return from Guadeloupe to the UK on or after 4am on 19 September, you will need to self-isolate.
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