One out of every 35 travelers in our country is infected
The decision that the British government is likely to take on the 25th of this month is once again raging in the face of painful speculation.
In favor of the continuation of the current Amber situation is the fact that there are too many British in Spain and their return would lead to a collapse.
Spain is once again in danger of being completely without British tourists. Again, there is painful speculation about the decision to be taken by the British government, perhaps next Wednesday the 25th. Spain is more likely to become a red zone, as one out of every 35 travelers to our country has tested positive in Covid tests. The countries with the most problems in this regard are created when entering Great Britain (the United Kingdom withdraws: Spain will remain open to tourists).
The British press already reports that many Britons are looking for alternative plans for their return because if Spain enters the Red List, the cost of government-provided hotel accommodation is £2,250 per person, a prohibitive one. Amount.
In favor of the continuation of the current Amber situation is the fact that there are too many British in Spain and their return would have caused a collapse in the hotel system offered.
The newspaper I publish is that there are passengers who, in the event of an incident other than the flight on which they intend to return, have purchased flights for dates back. “We ourselves – quote the newspaper to an English tourist – we are due home on 6th September, but if there is a change in the next review we have booked a flight home for the 28th (flights are very cheap today) We are still hopeful for September 6th, but who knows”.
Another traveler explains that he plans to make an eleven-day trip to an amber country in case Spain turns red, as this saves hotels and imprisonment in his own country.
Despite widespread relaxations in preventive measures, the number of cases in Great Britain has not skyrocketed. Contrary to the health minister’s expectation, far from one lakh cases a day, figures show that less than thirty thousand new infections are being recorded every day.