Tourists are not obliged to spend 14 days in quarantine.
The Spanish authorities reported the cancellation of a two-week quarantine for tourists starting from July 1, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Browser.
It is reported, the Cabinet of Ministers of Spain. In a press-service of the government said that the decision was taken at a meeting of Ministers on Monday, may 25.
Thus, from July 1, will cease to operate the resolution, which obliges all travelers to 14 days after arrival to sit in quarantine. The Minister of foreign Affairs Arantxa gonzález Laya in his Twitter said that for business people will be provided with the highest security standards.
“The worst is over. In July, we will gradually open up Spain for tourists, cancel the quarantine for them, and also ensure that the highest standards for health safety. We look forward to the opportunity to welcome you,” she wrote.
The worst is behind us. In JULY we will
➡️ gradually open 🇪🇸 to international tourists
➡️ lift the quarantine
➡️ ensure the highest standards of health safety
— Arancha González (@AranchaGlezLaya) May 25, 2020