Italy has been removed from the dwindling list of quarantine-free countries as Covid continues to sweep across Europe, lock down cites and further reduce the ability to travel.
Travellers returning from Italy to the UK must self-isolate for two weeks from 4am on Sunday. Vatican City state and San Marino have also been removed from the travel corridor.
But Crete has been added to the safe travel list meaning tourists will no longer have to quarantine from early Sunday morning.
Holidaymakers returning to Scotland from Greece will also no longer have to quarantine, although Mykonos remains on the list.
While the removal of Italy is another blow for the beleaguered industry, Italy had already become a less appealing destination after its health authorities told UK arrivals they must produce a negative Covid test to enter the country.
Italy recorded 7,332 new cases of Covid yesterday, taking its total to 372,799. It has an infection rate of 64.4 per 100,000.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps also said the UK is now aligned towards advice around the Greek Islands.