On June 15, 189 German tourists arrived in Mallorca, Spain, on the morning of June 15, becoming the first batch of foreign tourists to enter Spain after the relief of the Spanish new crown epidemic.
According to Spanish state television, the tourists set off from Dusseldorf, Germany, and arrived at Mallorca island around 11 a.m. local time. The Balearic Islands, where Mallorca is located, is the first tourist destination opened to foreign tourists since the new crown epidemic eased. As a pilot, it will also accumulate experience for Spain to further open its tourism industry.
According to Spanish media reports, according to the plan, from June 15 to July 1, the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, menoka and Ibiza will welcome more than 10000 German tourists.
According to the regulations of the Spanish government, all tourists must abide by the relevant safety and health regulations, stay in Spain for no less than 5 nights, in addition, they must receive temperature measurement at the time of entry, and provide detailed address and other information during their stay in Spain.
Spain’s prime minister Sanchez announced Thursday that he would open the border to other Schengen countries, except Portugal, ahead of schedule, from July 1 to June 21, the end of the national emergency.