A couple will face spending their entire holiday in quarantine if they travel to Jersey as planned.
Michael Mcallister, 34, was set to fly from Liverpool Airport to the Channel Island on Friday, September 4.
He had a four-day trip planned with his partner Edward Dickson, 33 – and they had hoped to visit family.
Sadly, their holiday is now in jeopardy as Jersey is imposing new travel restrictions on Wednesday.
The tourist destination is using a traffic light system as it welcomes holidaymakers in, which is based on infection risk.
Liverpool has been given an amber rating, which means those arriving from there must take a coronavirus test and self-isolate for five days.
After this five day period, tourists must then take another test to check they are negative for the virus.
Michael said the new rules mean they would be in quarantine for longer than the holiday they had planned for.
And to make matters worse, he says they are unable to change their flights with easyJet without paying a £132 fee.
Michael told the ECHO : "We were due to go over for four days and we were meant to travel this coming Friday.
"We first heard about it on Facebook, that upon arrival to Jersey anyone travelling from Liverpool to Jersey when it kicks in on Wednesday has to have a test on arrival, quarantine for five days and have a test five days later."
The holidaymaker said this means most people "will have to spend the duration of their stay or a good part of it in quarantine."
Michael claims he has approached easyJet numerous times to change the dates of their flights but each time he has been told that the airline has not been informed of the travels changes and a fee will apply to do this.
He added: "We are really disappointed. We had plans to go to top quality restaurants and things.
"I understand the situation with health and safety and other things and we are happy to move the dates of our stay but then if you're going to charge me another £132 to change flights, it seems unreasonable.
"All we wanted to do was change our flights. I'm pretty sure there's going to be other people in the same situation.
"It just doesn't seem fair."
An easyJet spokesperson responded: "We have recently been made aware of the new quarantine rules brought in for some customers arriving in Jersey.
"We plan to operate our full schedule in the coming days however, as we have done with other destinations affected by similar regulations, we will be looking to provide our customers with some flexibility at this time as we understand some customers won’t be able to travel as planned. "