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UK’s Move To Discourage Travel To Spain And Mandatory Quarantine Is Last Straw For The Tourism Sector

Boris Johnson’s government will impose a 14-day quarantine on travellers from Spain in response to the surge in reported Covid-19 cases in our country. This decision has fuelled discontent both in the Spanish government and in the tourism sector. This means about 12% of GDP, with the British accounting for 20% of all tourists. Furthermore, the Spanish industry could lose foreign tourism revenues of €8.7 Bn between August and September, reports the Spanish tourist institution Exceltur.