Cyprus remains one of the safest destinations, as coronavirus cases remain some of the lowest in Europe.
The islands, which quickly closed their borders at the beginning of the coronavirus crisis, have kept total cases below 2,000 -
less than the UK reported just yesterday.
Cases of coronavirus in Cyprus are just 1,514, compared to other popular holiday
spots such as Spain (543,379), Portugal (61,541) and Greece (12,080).
The UK is currently 355,219.
Countries with more than 20 new daily infections per 100,000 people,
cumulatively over seven days, are at risk of quarantine rules from the
UK government, and Cyprus remains well under at 2.4.
Destinations popular with Brits include the party resort of Ayia Napa, as well as
Larnaca and Paphos, which have great package deals.