Spain again looks like the UK’s ‘red zone’ | Travel agency news, rss1

One in every 35 travelers from our country is infected

Once again the dire speculation is set in the face of what decision the British government will take, most likely on the 25th of this month.
In favor of the continuation of the present amber situation is the fact that there are so many Britons in Spain and that their return will lead to a breakdown

Spain is once again in danger of being completely free of British tourists. Once again, angry speculation has been unleashed over what decision the British government will take, likely next Wednesday the 25th. The probability of Spain becoming a red zone is high as 1 in 35 travelers from our country have tested positive for Covid tests taken upon entering Great Britain, the country with the most problems in this regard (UK back off: Spain will remain open to tourists) .

The British press has already reported that many Britons are looking at alternative plans for their return because if Spain enters the red list, accommodation in government-provided hotels costs £2,250 per person, an exorbitant sum.

In favor of the continuation of the current amber situation is the fact that there are too many Britons in Spain and that their return would lead to the collapse of the hotel system on offer.

The newspaper publishes that there are travelers who, in addition to the flight they intend to return on, have purchased flights for earlier dates in the event of an emergency. “We ourselves – we quote from the newspaper for an English tourist – will be home on September 6, but booked a flight home for the 28th in case there is a change in the next review (today’s flights are very cheap). We still hope for September 6, but who knows “.

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Another traveler explains that he plans to travel for 11 days to an amber country in case Spain turns red, as this saves hotel and confinement in his country.

The number of cases in Great Britain has not risen, despite the widespread easing of prevention measures. Contrary to what even the Minister of Health expected, far from 100,000 cases per day, statistics indicate that less than thirty thousand new infections are recorded every day.



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