Spain welcomes fully inoculated Brits with negative test reports

 Monday, June 28, 2021 


Spain will need to be fully vaccinated or have a negative Covid test, under new rules being enforced later this week for each and every Britons. Previously, Balearic islands, which include Ibiza and Majorca, were added to the UK’s green list just last week which means Brits don’t have to isolate when returning to Britain.

However, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez confirmed today that any Brits entering the country will be like the “rest of European citizens” which requires a negative Covid test or to be fully vaccinated, according to local media.

It is expected to be applied to both mainland Spain and the islands within the next 72 hours, to allow time for tour operators offering holidays to the country.

Mr Sánchez explained that they will be required either a complete vaccination schedule or a negative PCR. Spain was also one of the few to allow United Kingdom travellers to enter without restrictions, with Brits with just one jab allowed in without having to quarantine. Other countries are enforcing new rules on Brits too, due to the threat of the Delta variant.

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