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Wednesday, 17 March 2021

Spain: German authorities advise tourists to avoid unnecessary travel


The large number of Mallorca holiday bookings forced the German government to advise the public to avoid unnecessary travel. 


German authorities have to remind tourists who are eager to book holidays in Spain that the pandemic is not over, and pointed out that although the warning has been lifted and travel has not been banned, this does not mean that travel is advisable. 


Last weekend, on the recommendation of the Robert Koch Institute, the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs removed the Balearic Islands and other parts of Spain, as well as Portugal and Denmark from its list of high-risk countries, due to the three reduction in the incidence of symbiosis in the region. country. 


However, the sharp increase in bookings after the announcement led the German authorities to call for caution. Government spokesman Steffen Seibert said that citizens are required to avoid all unnecessary travel.” 


It remains to be seen to what extent holidaymakers with itchy feet will notice this suggestion. As of Sunday (March 14), German residents have been allowed to visit the Balearic Islands, and all that is required to enter Spain is a negative test of COVID-19. They do not need to repeat the test before returning to Germany, nor do they need to self-quarantine after returning home.

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