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United Kingdom advises against its citizens to book holidays in Spain | Coronavirus

The Government of the United Kingdom has advised against its citizens to book holidays in countries that fall within the amber category of the epidemiological traffic light, including Spain, although now it is no longer illegal for the British to travel to these types of destinations after the review of The restrictions. "Our recommendation is that no one should travel to the countries on the amber list for the sake of public health," said a Downing Street spokesman who has suggested that travel be reserved for "essential" and "unavoidable" circumstances, according to the The Guardian newspaper. The traffic light produced by London has left several holiday destinations such as Spain and France in the middle between countries in green, to which "it is safe to travel", and others in red to which it is forbidden to travel due to the prevalence of the coronavirus and the presence of potentially dangerous variants of SARS-CoV-2. The spokesperson has avoided recognizing discrepancies between the Government's recommendations and the restrictive measures applied for the amber cases and has insisted in any case that the Government "does not want citizens to travel" to these destinations. "The rules say it very clearly," he stressed. The new regulations stipulate in the case of travelers arriving from countries such as Spain the obligation to present a prior negative test and, upon arrival, a ten-day quarantine, without necessarily being in a hotel. It also raises another two additional coronavirus tests.

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