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The Spanish government will waive the two-week quarantine for travelers upon arrival in the country from 1 July. The abolition of these measures announced in the Cabinet of state, reports RIA Novosti.
It is clarified that the decision was taken at a meeting of Ministers on Monday, may 25. Currently the borders for foreign travelers remain closed.
Earlier, on may 23, Prime Minister of Spain Pedro sánchez announced the resumption of tourism in the country from July this year. He said that the authorities will do everything possible to ensure the safety of residents of regions and travelers. What measures will be taken, the Prime Minister said, adding that details will soon announce the relevant Ministry.
12 may the government of Spain on the background of the pandemic coronavirus has introduced restrictions for all foreign citizens arriving in the country. Under the new policy, all travelers entering the territory of the state from may 15 to may 24, was required to undergo a two-week quarantine. Tourists within 14 days banned to leave the place of isolation — a room in a hotel or apartment — with the exception of trips to the store or the hospital.
According to the latest data, Spain registered more than 236 thousand confirmed cases COVID-19. While 150 thousand patients recovered, more than 28 thousand infected died. C may 11, the part of the country, where about half the population, have moved from zero to the first stage of easing of the quarantine measures.
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