Is my holiday destination on the green, amber or red list?

The changes will come into effect from 4am on Sunday.

Is my holiday destination on the green, amber or red list?

Changes to the green, amber and red travel lists have been announced.

This is how they will look for England, Scotland and Northern Ireland from 4am on Sunday:

Passengers arrive at Heathrow Airport
Travellers arriving in the UK from green-list locations do not need to self-isolate (Yui Mok/PA)
A general view of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin
Germany is being added to the green list (Tim Goode/PA)
A tram in Christchurch, New Zealand
New Zealand is on the green list, but its borders are closed to foreign tourists (David Davies/PA)
The Bronze Age archaeological site of Knossos in Crete.
Arrivals from amber tier countries must self-isolate at home for 10 days (Andrew Matthews/PA)
People walking in Qingdao, China
China is on the amber list (David Jones/PA)
Two women watch the sun set from Marine Drive in Mumbai, India
India is moving to the amber list (Anthony Devlin/PA)
Camels are taken for a walk through the surf at the Moroccan coastal town of Essaouria
All African countries are either on the amber or red list (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
British Airways planes at Heathrow Airport
The aviation industry has called for the US to be moved from the amber list to the green list (Steve Parsons/PA)
People arrive at the Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel, near Heathrow Airport
An 11-night stay in a quarantine hotel is mandatory for people returning from red-list countries (Yui Mok/PA)
Painted houses in Campeche, Mexico
Mexico is being added to the red list (Anthony Devlin/PA)
A hotel in Antalya, Turkey
Turkey is usually a popular destination for UK holidaymakers, but it is on the red list (Peter Woodman/PA)
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