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20 August 2020, 11:34
Will Croatia, Turkey and Greece be added to the UK quarantine list? Where is already on the list? Here's all your coronavirus travel destination questions answered.
Countries on the quarantine list for the UK is expanding as more people enjoy the air bridges in Europe that are allowing them to travel again.
Currently, there are a number of countries at the moment that will require travellers to isolate and quarantine for 14 days once they return from.
But as the number of coronavirus cases begin to creep up once more, people want to know if places like Croatia, Greece and Turkey will also be added to the quarantine list for the UK. Here's the facts so far:
The latest countries to be added to the UK's quarantine list are France, Belgium, the Bahamas and Andorra. Spain and Luxembourg were some of the originals on the list.
People returning back from these places to the UK will be required to quarantine for 14 days. This comes after a rise in cases of the virus in the areas.
Travel advice is being kept under review and cases of COVID-19 are being tracked across the world, which means other countries could be added to the list.
People who do not follow the quarantine rules after travelling back to the UK from these areas could face a fine of £1,000.
At the moment, Croatia, Turkey and Greece are some of the biggest concerns for holiday makers as they all try to travel without having to quarantine on their return.
Coronavirus cases in these areas are on the rise due to popularity, however, they are yet to be added to the UK quarantine list.