Travelers who have received the Covid-19 vaccine may enter Spain



UMMATIMES - Spain has relaxed travel regulations for travelers who have received the coronavirus vaccine. The relaxation starts on June 7, 2021.

Through this leeway, travelers from various parts of the world can enter Spain, as long as they have immunized the corona virus vaccine. The leniency of this regulation is expected to be able to restore the tourism sector in the country of Matador after being sluggish due to the corona virus outbreak.

Before the Covid-19 pandemic occurred, Spain had become the country most visited by foreign tourists or tourists. Last year, the number of visits fell by 80 percent following the travel ban. The rules have left Spain's beaches deserted, as have tourist attractions and hotels.

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Friday, May 21, 2021, announced whatever country of origin, as long as the traveler has received the corona virus vaccine, then he may enter Spain.

"The door is open for them (travelers), with no restrictions or health controls," said Sanchez.

Spain is one of the countries in Europe hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. In the country of Matador, 78 thousand people died from Covid-19 and 3.6 million positive cases of the corona virus.

However, the rate of corona virus infections there has decreased and the Covid-19 vaccine immunization is progressing rapidly, allowing large parts of Spain to stop curfews.