Maria Frontera, speaking at the general assembly of the Mallorca Hoteliers Federation. | @fehmallorca
Speaking in Palma on Wednesday, the president of the CEHAT Spanish confederation of hotel associations, Jorge Marichal, said that despite the vaccination, "things are being done wrong, as we are using the same tools". He reiterated his incomprehension of the travel rule to require British children aged 12 to 16 to have proof of double vaccination for entering Spain. "I don't understand why a 13-year-old Austrian child can enter Spain with an antigen test and not a 13-year-old British child."