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British holidaymakers heading to Ibiza and Majorca face new travel rules

by LLB political Reporter
28th Jun 21 11:59 am

The Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez has announced on Monday that British holidaymakers must now provide a negative test of proof of being fully vaccinated.

This will affect any British tourist who travels to Ibiza, Majorca and all the surrounding islands following the rise of the Delta variant.

Sanchez told Cadena SER radio, “What we are going to do is apply to British tourists who go to the Balearic islands the same requirements we make of other European citizens.

“They will need a full dose of vaccine or a negative PCR.”

The new travel rules will come into force within 72-hours.

This comes as the German Chancellor Angel Merkel is calling for all Brits entering any country within Europe to self-isolate for two weeks regardless if they are fully vaccinated.

Portugal has also introduced new travel rules forcing Brits to quarantine for 14 days if they are not fully vaccinated.

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