The effect of lockdowns in England, the Republic of Ireland, and France has been shown in the latest Jersey safe travel list, with a host of regions being downgraded from Saturday 5 December.
15 areas of England will go down to amber. They are:
East Suffolk, Huntingdonshire, Maldon, South Cambridgeshire, Adur, Isle of Wight, New Forest, Vale of White Horse, West Oxfordshire, Worthing, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, Cotswold, Dorset, South Hams, and Teignbridge.
Arrivals from these regions will have to isolate until a Day 5 test comes back negative.
North Norfolk will move up to the red list.
In Ireland - Galway, Kerry, Laois, Leitrim, Offaly, and Westmeath moving down to green. That requires isolation until a Day 0 negative test.
Meath, Roscommon, and Waterford will move down to amber and Kilkenny will move up to red.
Finistere, Corse-du-Sud, Haute-Corse, La Reunion, Martinique, Mayotte, Charente-Maritime, and the Pyrenees in France will go down to amber. Guadeloupe is moving down to green.
In Scotland - the Scottish Borders and Falkirk will move down to amber, Aberdeen will move up to red, and Dumfries and Galloway will go down to green.
Pembrokeshire going up to red is the only change in Wales.
Other changes will see:
- Israel to red
- Fuerteventura to green
- La Gomera to amber
- Malaysia to amber
- The Maldives to red
- Tenerife to red
- Vanuatu to green
You can read the full, updated travel list here.