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Portugal will be removed from the UK’s green travel list from Tuesday, amid rising coronavirus cases and concern over a “Nepal mutation of the so-called Indian variant”.

It will join the amber list, meaning holidaymakers should not visit and returnees must isolate for 10 days.

Seven nations – including Egypt, Costa Rica and Sri Lanka – will join the red list, with the toughest travel rules.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said the move was a “safety-first approach”.

Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have confirmed they will adopt the same changes.

Countries have their own rules

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