Holidaymakers can currently travel to a select number of countries without having to self-isolate.

The latest changes to the government's travel corridors list on Sunday, saw the Canary Islands, Denmark, the Maldives and Mykonos added to the exemptions.

This means anyone who arrives back in England from those places after 4am on 25 October, will not need to self-isolate unless they have made a transit stop in another country which is not exempt.

Countries which have recently been removed from the 'safe travel' list include Italy, San Marino and Vatican City State.

Anyone arriving back in England from these places after 4am on October 18 will now need to self-isolate.

The destinations that people can travel to from England without having to quarantine either when they arrive or return is limited to a select few.

Here's the places you can travel to from England without quarantining on arrival or return:

If you arrived in England from Mykonos before 4am on 25 October, you will need to self-isolate.

If you arrived in England from Crete before 4am on October 18, you will need to self-isolate

If you arrived in England from the Canary Islands before 4am on October 25, you will need to self-isolate.

Here's the full list of places currently on the travel corridors list:

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This list is correct at the time of publishing but travel information is changing daily.

People are advised to check for changes before travelling as the rules can change with little warning.

If you return to the UK from a country that is not on the travel corridor list you will have to self-isolate for 14 days.