The End of Summer comes with good news for our country. After a campaign start with doubts by the Variant Delta of the Covid and the increase in cases, our main issuing countries are taking Spain from their lists of risk areas.
Today has been Germany, the second issuing market, which has announced that Spain will stop being on the list of high-risk countries by Covid, according to a report by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), which is responsible for the control of diseases in the Country, Inform Europe Press.
This means that unvaccinated travelers who return to Germany from Spain will no longer have to make quarantine or present a negative proof of Coronavirus at its entrance.
Although the arrival of foreign tourists this summer is still 50% below the figures of 2019, the tourism sector expects to be able to prolong a little summer, until the end of September or even October, and thus attract international tourists who have not Reached so far by the different restrictions.
In July the arrivals of foreign passengers to Spain were 41% lower than those of the same month of the Prepairymia, according to Turespaña data. This next week, the information of International Arrivals of the INE will be known.
In the case of the United Kingdom, Spain is still in amber area. According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), high-risk areas are areas where the cumulative incidence exceeds 100 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last seven days, and in Spain the accumulated incidence of seven days does not exceed 100 cases for each 100,000 inhabitants in most regions.Updated Date: 27 August 2021, 08:14