Government issues adjusted quarantine list
The government has adjusted the list of countries travellers returning from will have to quarantine.
It added the Balearic Islands, Albania, Malta, Belgium and India.
But it has removed Serbia and Singapore.
The new list comes into force tomorrow.
Anyone coming back from one of the 53 countries and territories have to quarantine for 10 days after arrival and must report to cantonal authorities within 48 hours.
The main countries still on the list include the United States, mainland Spain, and much of south and central America.
The full list is on our website:
On the At Risk list:
Albania (valid from August 20th)
Andorra (valid from August 20th)
Aruba (effective August 20)
Belgium (effective from August 20th)
Belize (effective August 20th)
Occupied Palestinian Territory
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Faroe Islands (valid from August 20th)
Gibraltar (effective from August 20th)
Guam (effective August 20th)
India (effective from August 20th)
Malta (effective from August 20th)
Monaco (valid from August 20th)
Namibia (valid from August 20th)
Spain (new including the Balearic Islands but excluding the Canary Islands)
Turks and Caicos Islands
United States of America (including Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands)
No longer on the list (as of August 20)
Sao Tome and Principe