Forty-seven international locations can be faraway from the pink listing at 4am, which means arrivals from these areas will now not have to spend 11 nights in a quarantine lodge.
In the meantime the Overseas, Commonwealth and Improvement Workplace (FCDO) has lifted its recommendation towards non-essential journey to an additional 42 international locations and territories because of the coronavirus pandemic.
This follows the elimination of journey advisories to 41 areas final week.
The modifications make it simpler for folks to acquire journey insurance coverage for journeys to these locations.
They’re a part of a brand new coverage to cease advising Britons to keep away from all however important journey to non-red listing international locations on Covid-19 grounds besides in “distinctive circumstances”, similar to if the native healthcare system is overwhelmed.
Overseas Secretary Liz Truss has mentioned this permits folks to “train private accountability”, whereas Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has claimed “restoring folks’s confidence in journey is vital to rebuilding our economic system”.
International locations affected by each the easing of journey advisories and the discount within the pink listing embrace Argentina, Chile, Cuba, Indonesia, Mexico, Nepal, the Philippines, South Africa and Thailand.
The journey business welcomed the modifications and reported a spike in demand from clients.
The sector has blamed quarantine and testing necessities for limiting its restoration.
Simply seven international locations will stay on the pink listing from Monday, all in Latin America.
They’re Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Peru and Venezuela.
Individuals arriving from these areas will nonetheless be required to enter a quarantine lodge at a value of £2,285 for solo travellers.