The department for Transport has announced that people arriving in England from more that 50 countries including France, Spain, Germany and Italy will no longer need to quarantine from 10 July.
A detailed list of excused countries presenting “a reduced rise” from coronavirus will be shared later.
Majority of the travellers arriving to the UK have to self-isolate for two weeks.
The foreign Office additionally changing its advice towards all but essential travel to various countries from Saturday.
The quarantine limitations only came into act in early June, in a nation to prevent coronavirus entering the country at a time when UK infections were falling.
The new exceptions mean people entering the UK from selected countries will be able to arrive without needing to self-isolate, unless they have been in or transited through non-exempt countries in the preceding 14 days.