PUBLISHED: 20:39, Mon, Aug 31, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:40, Mon, Aug 31, 2020
Holidays are tricky to plan these days as travel rules seem to be constantly changing. The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) updates its guidelines on a weekly basis at the moment. Most recently, the Czech Republic, Jamaica and Switzerland were axed from the travel corridor list.
This means the government is warning against non-essential travel to these destinations.
What’s more, anyone who does head there will need to quarantine for 14 days on their return.
Spain, France, Croatia and a number of other countries have fallen victim to the same fate in recent weeks.
Luckily, countries are still making it onto the ‘safe’ list.
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Holidays: The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) updates its guidelines on a weekly basis (Image: Getty Images)
Holidays: Luckily, countries are still making it onto the ‘safe’ list (Image: Getty Images)
This was most recently the case for Cuba and Portugal the week before.
“Countries and territories can be taken off or added to this travel corridor list at any time,” explains the FCO.
“We will keep the conditions in these countries and