Travellers have been waiting nervously for a number of days for the update to the travel list.
The Government is expected to review its traffic light system for international travel today (Thursday, August 26).
Usually the list is released in the afternoon on a Thursday, as is expected this time.
Holiday destinations at risk of changing status include Caribbean islands Barbados, Dominica, and Antigua and Barbuda, as well as popular holiday getaways such as Madeira and Croatia.
Morocco, St Lucia and Jamaica as the most likely holiday destinations to turn red.
Question marks remain over what will happen to Turkey.
Poland, Bhutan, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Saudi Arabia are tipped to go on the green list, as reported by the Telegraph.
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Foreign leisure travel was given the go-ahead on May 17 but countries are categorised depending on how safe they are to travel to and from amid the covid-19 pandemic.
The Department for Transport decide which countries are made which colour based on the latest coronavirus information.
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