Prime ministers Boris Johnson added Ibiza to the green list

Boris Johnson has given British tourists the green light to travel to the Balearic Islands with hardly any restrictions. The islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera have joined Malta as safe destinations to fly from England and Northern Ireland.
The Canary Islands and the rest of Spain will continue to be on the amber list (with an obligatory 10-day quarantine upon entry to British soil), it should be said that those vaccinated with the full schedule may possibly evade from August.

This news becomes that the Balearic Islands is the only community in Spain that is open to British tourism and the most open destination in the Mediterranean, which means that the British traveling through the Balearic Islands will not have to quarantine on their return to their homeland. Spain has not set any restrictions for visitors from the United Kingdom, this means that, although it is on the green list, it does not mean that British traveling to the regions included in the list do not have to do any control. They must present negative diagnostic tests both when leaving the country and when returning.



No use of masks in open places from June 26

The use of the mask is no longer mandatory in outdoor spaces, the elimination of use on public roads as long as there is a meter and a half of social distance. In closed spaces for public use, or outdoor spaces with an agglomeration of people will continue to be mandatory.


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