This is true for countries such as the Azores, Belgium, Germany and Iceland.
Once again, if the accommodation, flights and holiday are still available to you, a refund seems unlikely.
“If you do need to quarantine when you get to your holiday destination, it’s unlikely airlines or hotels will offer a refund if they’re open and running services.
“You also won’t be able to use credit or debit card protection, because the service is still available.”
In this instance, travel insurance is the best bet for those seeking financial reimbursement.