France and Spain are among a number of other countries who have suffered a similar fate in recent weeks.
Airlines have had to respond to these changes, with some axing flights.
These are the latest updates from popular airlines TUI, easyJet, Ryanair, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
TUI has cancelled all holidays to Jamaica following the new FCO changes.
Affected customers will be contacted by the operator.
“Due to the change in travel advice for Jamaica, we have cancelled all holidays to Jamaica up to and including Tuesday, September 22 2020,” a spokeswoman told Express.co.uk.
“We will proactively contact all customers to either arrange a full refund or the option to rebook their holiday with a booking incentive.”
TUI holidays booked between July 23 and September 30 can be changed for free, with the holiday brand offering customers COVID-cover until the end of the year.
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