The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) warning against all but essential travel has been lifted for some countries.
The FCDO has reinstated all-but-essential travel warnings (i.e., removed from the exempt list) to the following countries: Italy, The Vatican City, San Marino, Denmark, Iceland, Slovakia, the Caribbean island of Curacao, Slovenia, Guadeloupe, Portugal (not Madeira and the Azores), Spain, France, Malta, Belgium, Luxembourg, Andorra, Monaco, the Netherlands, Aruba and Turks and the Caicos Islands, Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba, St Martin and St Maarten, the Bahamas, Austria, Croatia, Poland, Turkey, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Switzerland, Czech Republic and the Greek island of Mykonos.
This means that travellers returning from these destinations must quarantine for 14 days on arrival back to the UK.
Quarantine means not going to work, school, or public areas, or having visitors except for essential support. You will need to provide an address of where you will stay, while fines of breaching quarantine are up to £1,000.
From 4am on 18 October, travellers returning to the UK from Crete will no longer need to quarantine. Scotland and Wales are also lifting restrictions on all Greek islands except Mykonos, bringing them in line with the rest of the UK.
Keep up to date with travel guidance by signing up to FCDO alerts for the country you are planning to travel to.