"If you’ve already got a pre-booked holiday you may very well face the situation of being able to go, so the trip isn’t cancelled, but having to quarantine." Coronavirus: Full list of countries exempt from COVID-19 travel quarantine revealed Travellers are now being urged to check the terms and conditions of their travel insurance to see what it means for their trip, with fears growing that thousands of people may not be able to claim any money back.Resolver CEO Alex Neill told The Sun: "Anyone booking now needs to do their homework and be aware they’re the ones bearing all the risk. "Boris Johnson said earlier this week that he had to be “absolutely ruthless” over imposing the travel rules, “even with our closest and dearest friends and partners”.The PM added: “I think everybody understands that. "First we had the quarantine that they were slow to implement, then they said they'd do air bridges. "This will mean that people can travel to a number of destinations overseas with regular travel insurance policies.Shadow transport secretary Jim McMahon said: "Labour, like families and businesses up and down the country, are keen for the government's quarantine measures to be lessened, but this is a mess. Travellers are now being urged to check the terms and conditions of their travel insurance to see what it means for their trip, with fears growing that thousands of people may not be able to claim any money back.Resolver CEO Alex Neill told The Sun: "Anyone booking now needs to do their homework and be aware they’re the ones bearing all the risk. Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man were already exempt.Among the countries not on the list are the US, Portugal, Sweden, Mexico, Brazil, Russia, Iran, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and China.Serbia was originally included on the exemption list, but was later removed after further analysis from the Joint Biosecurity Centre and Public Health England.It comes after a surge in infections led to the Serbian government reimposing restrictions, that, in turn, sparked days of violent protests in the capital, Belgrade.The exemptions for countries still on the list will apply from 10 July.The Department for Transport said the approved destinations pose "a reduced risk to the public health of UK citizens", but the list will be kept "under constant review".Reciprocal arrangements between England and overseas nations have not been confirmed.It is Downing Street's "expectation" that a number of exempted countries will also not require arrivals from the UK to self-isolate.Officials "continue to work closely with international partners around the world to discuss arrangements for travellers arriving from the UK," the government has said.However, some of the countries on the list are not allowing tourists.Australia and New Zealand are open only to their own citizens or permanent residents, for example. The full list of countries where English holidaymakers can visit without having to quarantine on their return has been updated. Here is a definitive guide to the countries that are now welcoming travelers — or have indicated they will before August. For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click Comments are subject to our community guidelines, which can be viewed More countries have been added to the UK travel ban listFrance is the latest country to be on the UK travel quarantine list, along with Spain and BelgiumGreece is one of the countries which still has restrictions on entering, while is on the UK safe listDAN WOOTTON Brits are being blasted for going abroad - but we shouldn't be shamed for wanting a break For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click Comments are subject to our community guidelines, which can be viewed More countries have been added to the UK travel ban listFrance is the latest country to be on the UK travel quarantine list, along with Spain and BelgiumGreece is one of the countries which still has restrictions on entering, while is on the UK safe listDAN WOOTTON Brits are being blasted for going abroad - but we shouldn't be shamed for wanting a break "If you’ve already got a pre-booked holiday you may very well face the situation of being able to go, so the trip isn’t cancelled, but having to quarantine." "That's where quarantine is a measure that would make a difference. News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services.However, there are still a number of destinations which remain on the UK's air bridge list announced last month, which deem the countries safe for travel.The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) published a list of destinations that are exempt from its quarantine on July 3, followed by the ending of the advisory against all non-essential travel on July 10.The list is subject to change, as was seen over the weekend of July 25/26 when Luxembourg was removed from the safe list on July 31, followed by Andorra, The Bahamas and Belgium on August 8.From 4am on August 15, France, Netherlands and Malta are also on the ban list, along with Monaco, Aruba and the Turks and Caicos Islands.Some countries are making improvements, however - on July 28, Estonia, Latvia, Slovakia, Slovenia and St Vincent and the Grenadines were added to the list.It is worth noting that some of the "safe" countries which don't require a UK quarantine still have their own travel restrictions in place for British tourists.Previous analysis by travel consultancy The PC Agency and consumer research agency AudienceNet found around 25 locations included on the lists do not have border controls that stop English visitors entering.Others, such as New Zealand, are either closed to international flights or impossible to enter without quarantine or coronavirus testing, according to the analysis.Greece, a popular holiday destination for Brits, is included on the list though some quarantines are still in place if you test positive on arrival and you must fill in a Passenger Locator Form before travelling.Cyprus requires a negative coronavirus test to enter, while other countries such as Australia and Turkey have coronavirus testing or quarantine restrictions as well.The PC Agency chief executive Paul Charles previously said: "Consumers are confused by the two lists produced by Government, as it's just not clear which countries are actually accessible without having to quarantine on arrival.