Areas that are highly dependent on tourism such as the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands may in the coming weeks leave an orange list for travelers in the United Kingdom, in which Spain is now located. Robert Courts, the Minister of Aviation, announced on Tuesday that the British government would allow its compatriots to travel to the islands of the countries in the “whenever possible” Orange Alert, while more countries are quarantine-free green list when it is reviewed. Preparation to add to. 7 June.
“The government will adopt an insular approach to border measures as far as possible,” the courts said, asking whether areas in relatively low-risk countries would be reopened, as it did last summer. According to the statements made Guardian.
The British traffic light, unveiled in early May, distinguishes countries based on three colors. The Green Light Destination, which includes Portugal and which can connect to some islands, requires British travelers to undergo a PCR test two days after landing on their return; While the larger part of the orange countries, the European Union, requires three trials and ten days of imprisonment. Red colored destinations can only be seen in exceptional cases.
According to the British newspaper, the government has asked the United Biosafety Center to separately analyze the cases of the islands when it presents data that will determine the level of alerts for different regions, allowing the Balearic and Canary Islands The number of viruses in 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants is 37 and 83 cases, respectively.
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