The Balearic Islands – including Ibiza, Majorca and Menorca – have moved to the amber list of countries.
And adults who were fully vaccinated in the UK, and under-18s, no longer have to self-isolate after visiting amber-list countries.
France is an exception however.
Which countries have moved lists?
Along with the Balearic Islands, the British Virgin Islands have moved from green to amber.
Bulgaria and Hong Kong join the green list. Croatia and Taiwan join the green watchlist, meaning they’re at risk of being moved to amber.
Cuba, Indonesia, Myanmar and Sierra Leone move to the strictest red list.
These changes apply to people travelling to all parts of the UK.
What are the rules for green list countries?
There are only a handful of destinations on the green list. Nobody has to self-isolate after visiting these countries.
These currently include Hong Kong, Malta and Madeira. A number of Caribbean destinations are on the green watchlist, which means they are at risk of moving to the amber list. These include Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Barbados and Grenada.