The government’s list of safer travel destinations continues to evolve. Latest changes take effect from 26 September 2020.
Singapore and Thailand have now been added to the list, meaning that UK citizens returning to England from these countries will no longer need to self-isolate.
However, Curaçao, Denmark, Iceland and Slovakia have been removed (meaning that they are now considered more dangerous) and requiring travellers to isolate for two weeks.
Note that different travel rules apply to each of the UK nations.
The latest list of safer countries for travel to England can be found here:
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