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Travel may be at the most complicated and volatile stage it has been in close to a century. With many nations across the world experiencing various degrees of exposure and strains on their infrastructure due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there is a major conflict of information with regards to the travel regulations in place.
For example, the UK was recently given the go-ahead to visit the country of Spain from Monday (24th May) onwards. This now means that people from the UK can visit Spain without having to present a negative PCR test. However, it should be noted that if anyone is visiting Spain, they will need to undergo a 10-day self-isolation and present themselves for two COVID tests upon their return.
With the current status of Spain set to an amber level by the UK, many people are made to be under the impression that there should be no travel to this nation unless it is for an essential reason.
However, with summer coming along, there is likely to be a huge interest in visiting the warm nation for its stunning beaches and atmosphere. With Spain’s major restrictions being lifted on the 9th of May 2021, the nation is welcoming manner travellers from countries with low infection rates as well as those who have been fully vaccinated.
When travelling to Spain it should be noted that face coverings are still a must for people over the age of six when taking public transport and social distancing is still encouraged at all times.
People in the UK interested in visiting Spain has been asked to be a little more patient, by the Transport Secretary as there is, ‘a heck of a lot of hassle involved’, along with the trip being much more expensive.
When inquired further he went on to say that the government was no longer placing bans and restrictions on many matters, but simply expected citizens to use some common sense when making choices.

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