Germany classified, this Friday, July 31, three regions of Spain as areas at risk, due to the consequent increase in cases of coronavirus.
Unless you have a negative test coronavirus, all travelers from three regions of ’Spain must be quarantined. This Friday, July 31, theGermany classified the Catalonia, Aragon and Navarre as areas at risk due to an outbreak of cases of Covid-19 contamination.
“There are currently warnings against non-essential tourist travel in the autonomous communities of Aragon, Catalonia and Navarre (…)”, explained the German foreign ministry.
Several European countries, such as the United Kingdom and Norway, have announced restrictions on theSpain. Prime Minister Jean Castex recommended that French travelers avoid Catalonia, reports Le Figaro.
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