The second wave of the coronavirus may be inevitable because in large cities there has been a surge in the incidence.
Travellers arriving in Britain from Spain, in accordance with the new rules must be quarantined for 14 days.
This decision was taken on Saturday after the new outbreak of infection with coronavirus in Spain, when on Friday there were more than 900 new infections.
Spanish officials also warned that the second wave may be inevitable because in large cities there has been a surge in the incidence.
Airlines, including British Airways, criticized the new measures as “another blow” for British holidaymakers. The decision will be a blow for the tourism sector in Spain, as British tourists make up a quarter of those who come to Spain.
People who are currently on vacation in Spain, the Ministry of transport was advised to adhere to local rules, return home in normal mode and check the website of the Ministry of foreign Affairs for more information.
The Ministry of foreign Affairs advises to refrain from all travel to the Spanish mainland, except the most necessary. Quarantine measures apply to those who have returned to mainland Spain, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands such as Majorca and Ibiza.
Among those who suffered from the new rules, the Minister of transport Grant Shapps, who began his holiday in Spain on Saturday. It is expected that it will continue its journey in accordance with the plan and is isolated in accordance with the instructions for its return.
The government encourages employers “to be sensitive to those who are returning from Spain, who now have to isolate themselves”.
Quarantine measures for British travellers was first introduced in the beginning of June. But after pressure from the aviation and tourist industries, the government and the relevant authority has published lists of countries that are exempt from these rules.
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