Quarantine to be lifted in Spain

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25-05-2020David Arquimbau Sintes - jma - E

Spain will lift a requirement for foreign tourists to undergo a two-week quarantine from July 1, the government said on Monday in a statement.

Under current restrictions, visitors from abroad must isolate themselves for two weeks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya had previously said the measure would be relaxed in July, without specifying the date.

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Jane C / Hace about 1 year

We are regular visitors to Mallorca, usually staying in a few different areas and staying in a variety of accommodation, the first week in a hotel and an agroturismo, and the second week in a villa. We are hoping hard that we will be able to come ( end of August into September) having already lost stays in Menton ( France) and Croatia. Our flights were cancelled due to Covid19 and we have had no end of issues obtaining refunds - we offered the French booking to hold for next year, at which they decided to up the price! Some issues also with our June booking, hopefully being sorted out but not without problems and a lot of time. It is very difficult to know what to do at the moment but for now we hope that we will be able to come to our happy at the end of August!


KAREL / Hace about 1 year

The quarantine for foreign tourists go hand-by-hand with State of emergency, isn't it? So, when the State of emergency ends in 7th of June there will be nobody to send me under quarantine after this date, because it will be out of law, am I wrong?