End to quarantine in sight


The order which brought in a two-week quarantine period for travellers arriving in Spain will be lifted by July 1, according to the government.

Foreign minister Arancha González Laya stated: “The most difficult period is over.

“From July, we will gradually reactivate international tourism, lift quarantine and ensure conditions of health safety.”

Spain’s borders are currently closed to non-essential travel.

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  1. To hear that Spain/Benidorm is going to lift the 2 week quarantine is music to my eyes. Benidorm is the most brilliant place that me and my family have spent at for are holidays. I do hope everyone who fun bars/restaurants & shops and including all hotels can get back to normal and start running a normal life. Hope to see this fantastic country in July.

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