Three more destinations popular with UK holidaymakers could follow Spain, France and the Netherlands on to the coronavirus quarantine list.
Removing the countries from the safe travel exemption would mean anyone returning to the UK would need to stay at home for 14 days.
This weekend France was added to the quarantine list, and it is feared Croatia, Turkey and Greece could be next.
It comes as millions of people across the UK can now apply for a grant of up to £6,750 from today to help them through the coronavirus pandemic.
Applications for the second round of the Self-Employment Support Scheme opened on Monday.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the move “means people’s livelihoods across the country will remain protected – helping them get back on their feet as we return to normal.”
But Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds fears hundreds of thousands more self-employed workers, who’ll rely on the scheme to get them through the next three months, face hardship when autumn comes.
Elsewhere, a new organisation will be set up to specifically deal with a pandemic which will see Public Health England (PHE) scrapped and replaced, it has been reported.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock is due to announce later this week a merger of the NHS Test and Trace with the pandemic response work of PHE, according to reports. Click here to read more.
Meanwhile ministers are launching a new drive to persuade parents in England that it will be safe for their children to return to the classroom in September.
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The #backtoschoolsafely campaign will highlight the measures being put in place to minimise the risk of coronavirus transmission.
With most pupils having been away from the classroom since March, the move comes amid concerns among some families about the potential risks when children start the new term. Read more about it here.
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