UK tourists allowed to travel to Spain without quarantine

UK tourists allowed to travel to Spain without quarantine

Spanish officials have said that UK toursits will not have to quarantine on arrival in Spain as of Sunday 21st June.

Spain’s foreign minister Arancha Gonzalez has told the BBC that British citizens will be allowed to enter the country freely, and will not need to self-isolate.

Gonzalez said:

“We will allow British visitors just like the rest of the EU to come to Spain freely and without the need for quarantine. There will be a triple-check for their origin, temperature and we’ll ask everyone to register so we can trace them.”

Currently the rules state that anyone returning to – or entering – the UK has to self-isolate for 14 days.

UK visitors will go through a “triple check” upon arrival.

Tourists will be asked their country of origin, to register, which will allow the Spanish government to trace them and then be temperature checked.

Gonzalez said Spain may impose a two-week quarantine on Britons, if the UK maintains its current travel rules.

The UK and Spanish government are discussung whether Spanish visitors will have to quarantine when visiting the UK.


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