Coronavirus: Spain to allow UK tourists without quarantine
Travellers from the UK will not have to quarantine on arrival in Spain from Sunday, Spanish officials have said.
Spain’s foreign minister has confirmed to the BBC that British citizens will be allowed to enter the country freely, without the need to self-isolate.
She said the decision has been made “out of respect” for the 400,000 Britons who have second homes in Spain.
But current rules state that anyone returning to – or entering – the UK still has to self-isolate for 14 days.
It is understood the UK’s quarantine restrictions will be reviewed on 29 June.