European Union is imposing pretty strict actions when it comes to the arrivals that are coming from the UK and this has happened due to the COVID delta as the variant has widespread and it seems like Portugal, Spain and Malta are also going to make their rules more strict which is going to be directed towards the planning of Britons as he is going to be visiting these countries.
Spain Travel Entry Requirements & Rules
All of the people who have not been vaccinated as of yet when it comes to the coronavirus and they are traveling from the UK with the destination as Portugal are obliged to follow the rule of 14-day quarantine which they need to follow and the quarantine measures are required and these rules are only going to be applied to the people who are traveling to the mainland of Portugal excluding Madeira.
It has been stated by the authorities in Portugal that the quarantine is allowed to be carried out at home or someplace which has been indicated by the medical authorities, these rules are going to be there until 11th July which is for the people who are coming here for a holiday.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has also stated that there are going to be tighter restrictions that are going to be applied to Britons who are going to be arriving in the Balearic island and all of the citizens who are now planning to travel to Mallorca, Ibiza, Fuerteventura have to provide the authorities with proof of vaccination or need to provide the authorities with the negative report for the COVID-19.
UK travelers are being put under a lot of requirements which is required to make the cases limited and to make the situation back to normal as it has been a disastrous year for tourism when you talk about any country and it seems like that these steps are necessary if we have reduced the cases.
The cases that are in the UK at this point in time, there are about 4,732,439 cases of COVID-19 cases and there have been 128,100 deaths because of the virus and this is the data which is as of 29th June.