Spain to lift ban on arrival from UK on 30 March

Spain will remove the ban in force since December from the United Kingdom, a country where the Kovid-19 vaccination program is very advanced on 30 March.

Spain will remove the ban on force from December on arrival from the United Kingdom on March 30, a government spokesman announced on Tuesday.

“The expansion of the sanctions remains with South Africa and Brazil”, and this is until April 13, “but not with the United Kingdom”, a country where the vaccination program against Kovid-19 is very advanced, said Maria Jesus Montero minister. Council.

Sanctions extended with Brazil and South Africa until 13 April

The United Kingdom, the country most afflicted by the epidemic in Europe, has achieved the feat of delivering the first dose to nearly 28 million people and intends to take the opportunity by the end of June, which was banned at the end of June. Was -19

On the other hand, a spokesman for the Spanish Left government reported that in contrast to the variants discovered in the United Kingdom, sanctions were maintained in South Africa and Brazil, with variants in these two countries having little existence in Spain.

Effectively by 30 March, these restrictions, initially taken on 2 February, will be extended to 13 April. Only Spanish or Andorran citizens and foreign residents in Spain or Andorra can take flights from South Africa or Brazil. Apart from citizens and residents, an exception has also been made for transit to passengers in the country belonging to the Schengen area: in this case, they do not have the authority to leave the airport and cannot stay longer than 24 hours.

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Spain is in the grip of the toughest epidemic in European countries, with more than 3.2 million confirmed cases and over 73,000 deaths.

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