Amber and red list countries have stricter rules when it comes to self-isolation and quarantining.
People of the UK will be keen to book a summer holiday to a destination on the green list.
Here are what the entry rules are for Portugal, Australia and Israel…
What are the entry rules for Portugal?
Portugal has confirmed that they will welcome UK holidaymakers from May 17.
The country hasn’t confirmed entry requirements yet, but as UK holidaymakers make up a big part of its tourism market, it’s likely you’ll need to either show evidence of being vaccinated, or proof of a negative Covid-19 test result.
Currently, those travelling to Portugal must show proof of a negative PCR test result for Covid-19 at the time of boarding.
The test must have been taken within 72 hours of departure.
For the full green, amber, and red lists visit gov.uk.
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have not said when they might ease their strict travel rules.
MORE: What is a Travel Test Package and how do you book one?
MORE: How far can I travel in the UK right now?
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