Imagine that you are lying on a beach in Gran Canaria or along the Costa del Sol, and all of a sudden ticking there is a notification check that you must in two weeks of selvisolation.
Something in the direction experienced more than a half million britons last weekend.
a week ago, the Uk two-week quarantine for british tourists and others who have been in Spain, when travelling into the Uk. It happened because the number of new coronatilfælde in the southern european country is increasing rapidly.
About 600,000 britons were in Spain, as rejsevejledningen was changed, reports several british media now. Only a few reached home before Sunday midnight, which was announced with a few hours notice, and therefore waiting there for the vast majority of 14-day quarantine.
According to the as the Metro was 9835 aircraft scheduled to fly from the Uk to Spain in the days 26. July and 31. august. This corresponds to around 1.8 million seats.
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Although many britons for a while will be unable to take on work, supports a majority of the population up on the Boris Johnson-the government's decision. It shows a survey that YouGov has carried out, writes The Telegraph.
Here is the equivalent of 84 percent of the respondents are positive about the decision.
In a second survey, which is made of Redfield and Wilton Strategies, the equivalent of 25 percent, that they are considering to change vacation plans in light of the sudden requirement of quarantine for british tourists in Spain. It writes the Daily Mail.
In the same survey the corresponding 34 percent, that the restrictions have made them more likely to spend the summer in the Uk for fear that a trip abroad will get the same completion as for the 600,000 britons in Spain.
Last year, Spain had the visit of button 84 million tourists, of which 18 million were britons, according to figures from Spain's national statistical agency, according to Reuters.
Community - 26. christmas. 2020 - pm. 12:38 British tourists in the Spanish coronapanik