Brits should avoid travelling anywhere outside the UK for at least 30 days to stop the spread of coronavirus, the foreign secretary has warned today.

Dominic Raab told the entire country to avoid "non-essential travel" - cancelling all holidays and trips.

The news comes as countries around the globe have been shutting their borders for days - leaving millions stranded.

He told MPs in the House of Commons:"With immediate effect I've taken the decision to advise British nationals against non essential travel globally, for an initial period of 30 days and of course subject to ongoing review."

It's unclear how long the lockdown will go on for, but it means flights will likely be cancelled for weeks.

However, today's FCO update will make it much easier for Brits to get refunds on their travel insurance.