THE Government is expected to announce the "green list" of destinations for British holidaymakers today.
Will Morocco be on the list? Here is everything you'll need to know…
Will Morocco be on the green list for summer holidays?
Morocco is likely to be put on the green list as it has had relatively low cases throughout the pandemic.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps is expected to announce that only a handful of European countries have made it onto the first round of the green list, including Malta, Gibraltar, Iceland, and Finland.
But hopes of a summer break in Portugal have soared, with ministers poised to also put the popular destination on England’s approved list.
Summer favourites such as Spain, France, Italy and Greece are expected to be on the amber list initially.
They could switch to green when the situation is reviewed at a "checkpoint" on June 28.
What are the travel restrictions for Morocco?
If Morocco is put on the green list holidaymakers will have to take a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours of departure.
Returning to the UK, a negative PCR test will have to be paid for.
This can be done on or the before day the flight.
No quarantine is needed.
A number of destinations have already said they want Brits back – both Spain and Cyprus will welcome vaccinated Brits from June, while Portugal will restart tourism from mid-May.
Non-vaccinated tourists will still be able to travel but will need a negative Covid test to enter.
Greece is already welcoming vaccinated Brits and will allow tourists to use their NHS vaccine cards as proof.
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