Spain to welcome tourists from July 1, said MP Pedro Sánchez

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Its time to plan your trips but with safety measures. Spain MP Pedro Sánchez announced that the country will start welcoming international tourists from July 1, 2020. The Spanish government will officially lift the 14-day quarantine policy for oversea tourists.

The PM, in his announcement, said, “As you know, Spain receives more than 80 million visitors a year. I am announcing that from July, Spain will reopen for foreign tourism in conditions of safety.”

Also, he said that Spain needs tourism, and tourism needs safety in both origin and destination. And that the Spanish government will make sure that tourists are safe, and nor they bring “any risk to our country.”

“I’m announcing to you that there will be a tourist season this year and I invite all tourist establishments to start preparing from today so they can restart their activities in a few days from now,” Sánchez added.

Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha González sai on twitter “The worst is behind us. In JULY we will gradually open [Spain] to international tourists, lift the quarantine, [and] ensure the highest standards of health safety”.

Also, the PM asked the countrymen to start planning domestic vacations to help boost the economy. It is been more than 2 months that the country is under lockdown. Not only this, but the lockdown in the country was also quite strict in the whole of Europe.

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