Two more countries have been taken off the list of nations from which travellers do not need to self-isolate.
Estonia and Latvia have been removed from the travel corridors list, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said tonight.
People arriving in the UK from 4am on Saturday will therefore need to self-isolate for 14 days.
Ten other places have now been added to the list: Bhutan, Timor-Leste, Mongolia, Aruba, Samoa, Kiribati, Micronesia, Tonga, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.
The travel ban on people arriving from Denmark has also been lifted.
However, the country remains off the travel corridors list.
The Government regulations state that people do not need to self-isolate if they are travelling to England from one of the countries, territories or regions on their list.
However, you must have spent the last 14 days in one of these places, or in the UK.
If you visited somewhere that is not on the list in the 14 days before your arrival in England, you will need to self-isolate. Visiting includes making a transit stop.
It comes as it was revealed tough coronavirus restrictions will continue to apply to more than 55 million people in England even after the national lockdown lifts on December 2.
Only the Isle of Wight, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly – accounting for little over 1 per cent of England’s population – face the lightest Tier 1 restrictions.
At a Downing Street press conference, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: “I’m sorry to confirm that from Wednesday most of England will be in the top two tiers, with the toughest measures.
“And I know that this will bring a great deal of heartache and frustration, especially for our vital hospitality sector.”
In Tier 1, the rule of six applies indoors and outdoors, people are urged to work from home if they can and pubs are limited to table service.
In Tier 2, restrictions include a ban on households mixing indoors, while pubs and restaurants will only be able to sell alcohol with a “substantial meal”.
Tier 3 measures mean a ban on households mixing, except in limited circumstances such as in parks.