All London boroughs will be either amber or red on Jersey's traffic light system for safe travel from this Saturday 17 October.
Just 23 areas of England will remain in the green category, down from 182. They are:
Regions with a rate of 50 cases per 100,000 of the population are in the amber category. Regions with a rate of between 0 and 50 are placed in the green category.
17 areas of London are currently in the green category, which requires isolation until a negative coronavirus test result comes through.
From this Saturday (17 October), all will be either amber or red:
Regions of 120+ cases per 100,000 of the population are in the red category.
In the whole of England, 50 more areas will move to amber and the number of red regions will go from 49 to 158.
A host of university towns will also be upgraded - including Manchester which has jumped to 840 cases per 100,000 and Nottingham which has gone from 78.4 up to 1186.
There are 14 regions in Scotland moving up to red, which includes Edinburgh. Glasgow City is also remaining red.
Cardiff and Wrexham are among 8 regions in Wales becoming red regions, with all areas in Northern Ireland moving up to red.
There will be no green areas in Ireland, with 13 more moving up to red.
Bremen and Hamburg will move up to amber. No areas of Germany are in the green category.
Arrivals from green regions have to isolate until receiving a negative test result. They also need to get a second test on Day 5.
People coming to Jersey from amber areas have to take a test on arrival, go into isolation, get tested again on Day 5 and can then exit isolation if the second test comes back negative.
Red regions require 14 days isolation.
You can search by region here.
More to follow.