A new traffic light system will be used to determine testing and quarantine requirements for UK arrivals once overseas leisure travel is permitted.

Countries will be put on either the "green", "amber" or "red" list based on coronavirus risks.

But while initial lists will be published early next month, many people are desperate to find out what countries will be placed on the Government's "green" list.

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Assessments will be based on a range of factors, including the proportion of a country's population which has been vaccinated, rates of infection, emerging new variants and the country's access to reliable scientific data and genomic sequencing.

Using that criteria, here are 10 destinations that could be added to the "green" list:

The "red list" is already in operation.

It currently has 39 destinations on it, including all of South America and southern Africa.

Bangladesh, Kenya, Pakistan and the Philippines were added on Friday.

Today (April 13), Israel announced it will welcome the return of vaccinated UK holidaymakers from next month.

The Middle Eastern country announced it will reopen its borders to groups of foreign tourists who have had both doses of a coronavirus vaccine from May 23.

That is just six days after foreign leisure travel could be permitted to resume under Boris Johnson's plan for easing lockdown restrictions.

Israel said inbound travellers will be required to take a PCR test before boarding their flight, and a serological test upon arrival to prove their vaccination status.