Spain has allowed British tourists to roam without quarantines, reopening its borders to tourists from most countries in Europe. Spain has lifted the emergency. For three months Spain remained in Europe’s toughest lockdown to stop the spread of coronovirus.
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez warned that cleanliness and other rules should be strictly followed despite the relaxation of lockdown. Spain’s death rate ranks third in the European Union. An emergency was imposed in Spain on 14 March.
It is necessary to open tourism
Spain usually attracts eight million tourists annually. More than 12% of the country’s GDP comes from tourism. The reopening of the holiday market is considered important for Spain’s economy before the summer season is over.
During the arrival all passengers will be thermal screened at the airport. Tourists from the country of the EU and the country of the Schengen zone will be able to come here. It would be mandatory for all tourists to wear masks and follow the rules of social distance.