The Spanish government has lifted its restrictions on arrivals to the UK in order to stimulate an economic recovery as well. But Spain is still a medium-rated country in the UK, which means Britons are advised to travel if it is for family or business reasons, he writes. news.sky.com.
Back in the island nation, the same rules apply to people: a 10-day quarantine and two tests await everyone.
Spain welcomes all British tourists. We are waiting for them in Hungary without restrictions or health requirements
– said Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, who added that in addition to the European Union, we also welcome travelers from New Zealand, South Korea and China, while travelers from outside Europe who have already been vaccinated will be welcome from June.
In Spain, a state of emergency was declared last October due to the epidemic that ended on May 9, but some restrictions are still in place – and these vary from region to region.
The use of masks is still mandatory for people over six years of age on public transport and in many indoor and outdoor locations, in addition to maintaining a distance of one and a half meters between people.
While the Spaniards wait with open arms from Great Britain Upon their arrival, British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps warned his fellow citizens that the country was still subject to mid-rated amber rules.
The Prime Minister was clear, amber means that no one should go to those countries at present, for example, if there is an urgent family matter. We are moving forward with our schedule, which is due to open on June 21, but we need to be careful about that.
said Anne-Marie Trevelyan, a British minister.