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Spain opens up up unvaccinated British visitors

Just a week before the Easter weekend the most popular in the UK overseas country, spain, opened up unvaccinated British visitors with instant effect.

So far, only those with proof of vaccination or certificate of recovery from Covid-19 (date no. more than 180 days before).

But official The State Bulletin expanded range of allowed travelers from the UK to include those aged 12 and over over who have taken test before departure.

Cheap and fast side flow tests done in 24 hours before traveling to Spain will be acceptable.

For vaccinated travelers Spanish tourist office in London says: “If more more than 270 days have passed since final dose, certification of revaccination is also requiredExcept for adolescents aged 12 to 17 inclusive.

In 2019, 18.1 million British visitors visited Spain – an average of of 50,000 arrivals per day

The number of travelers has collapsed during the coronavirus pandemic. IN start of 2022, Spain was impressive tough requirements – insist on all arrivals aged 12 or over were fully vaccinated.

For thousands of British Families That Rendered February half-term holidays are not possible.

Julia Lo Bue-Said, Managing Director of Advantage Travel Partnership called Spanish move “step in right direction”.

France is next second- most popular nation for British vacationers – make similar move a week ago.

Many European countries appear engaged in “competitive opening” – the desire to ease travel restrictions to lure back tourists.

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Adrian Ovalle
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