Travellers arriving in Jersey from France could soon face five days of quarantine on arrival if coronavirus cases continue to rise in the country, Jersey health officials have said.
Currently France is listed as a green country by the Government of Jersey, meaning people arriving don't need to isolate, but are due to be tested for the virus on the day of their arrivals.
But health authorities are closely monitoring the spread of Covid-19 infections in France and revealed quarantine restrictions for passengers could be introduced in the next few days.
Travellers arriving in Jersey from Australia, the Faroe Islands, Aruba and San Marino will now have to self-isolate for at least five days, as they are now classified as amber jurisdictions.
The government's also tightened restrictions on arrivals from Bosnia and Herzegovina, now classified as red, meaning they have to quarantine for 14 days on arrival.