Country announces that it will stop quarantining arrivals from July 1
The prime minister of Spain has announced that international tourism will commence in July.
Pedro Sánchez has guaranteed the safety of both visitors and those working within the travel industry. Spain gets about 80 million tourists every year.
Sánchez confirmed that as part of the planning for Spain’s phased reopening plan known as the ‘Plan de Desescalada’, the government worked with the tourism sector to prepare measures for the
reopening of tourism, coordinated by Ministry of Industry, Business and Tourism in collaboration with Spain’s autonomous communities.
The BBC reported that international arrivals will stop being quarantined for two weeks from July 1.