I have been contacted regarding the 2-week quarantine.
I welcome the introduction of travel corridors, this is good news for British holidaymakers and businesses.
Travel is of course still not risk-free, but the Foreign Office has now published a list of destinations that no longer pose an unacceptably high risk for British travellers. The Government also believes that the risk of importing COVID-19 cases through arrivals from these destinations is sufficiently low.
The advice to avoid all but essential travel abroad does not apply to these destinations. Destinations include France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Australia, New Zealand and many others - the full list can be found at the following link:
Passengers arriving in England (whether by air, train, ferry, coach or any other route) from a destination with which a travel corridor has been agreed will not need to self-isolate for 14 days. This exemption will not apply, however, for people who have visited or stopped in a non-exempt country in the preceding 14 days.
I have been assured that these exemptions will rightly be kept under careful review.