Spain will lift a requirement for foreign tourists to undergo a two-week quarantine from July 1, the government said on Monday, Report informs citing the Reuters.
Under current restrictions, visitors from abroad must isolate themselves for two weeks to prevent the coronavirus spread. Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya had previously said the measure would be relaxed in July, without specifying the date.
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) emerged in late 2019 in China’s Hubei province, and the virus has spread to 212 countries and territories since then.
To date, COVID-19 cases surpassed five mln globally, resulting in more than two mln recoveries and over 340,000 deaths.