The Balearic Islands have fallen from the "Green" list of the United Kingdom in just two weeks and have joined the rest of Spain on the "Amber" list, with quarantine ten days afterwards (although starting on July 19 They will be able to rid the vaccinated with full guideline).
The news has meant a new clasp for the tourist sector of the islands and especially affects the British young people who have not yet received the two doses and that in the last two weeks they have been able to travel with PCR to the round and around, but Without compulsory confinement to the return of the United Kingdom.
The news reaches the full of the Covid in the British Isles, which have reached 42,302 cases (the highest figure since January) and 49 deaths in the last 24 hours. Even so, the Government of Boris Johnson plans to raise almost all restrictions from next Monday.
"Uncertainty is part of our life," he recognized hours before the announcement, the Secretary of Transport Grant Shapps, which last year he had to suspend his vacation in Spain suddenly when the quarantine was first imposed on the return. "Some countries can go to the red list, others to the green list and others can return to the Amberlist," he said at the moment of antipar "reverse" in the case of the Balearic Islands, who had been incorporated into all hype and saucer to the green list on June 30, next to Madeira and Malta.
"It is a fact of life that the virus is still developed and is changing globally," Shapps added, which reiterated that the British government will review the list every three weeks (next time it will be at the beginning of August).
The MacroRote of the End of Course to Mallorca travel, with 1,167 contagions and 4,796 people in quarantine at the beginning of July, is behind the British Government's decision, which in principle will maintain all Spain in the Amberlist.
Italy, Germany and Austria could however be incorporated into the "Green" list, which would serve to increase the range of options from British tourists who who save the quarantine around. Canada, Poland, Switzerland or Hong Kong are other destinations that could also go to the green as of this week.
More than 50 countries - Surráfrica, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Turkey or Arab Emirates - remain between the "Red" list. Visitors from these countries are forced to remain strictly enclosed for ten days in hotels and to pay the stay (about 2,000 euros) upon arrival in the United Kingdom.Date Of Update: 25 July 2021, 06:57