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Restricted blockade because Covid-19, Spain is expected to resume international tourism activities from July
Date : 2020-06-06

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez recently announced that he was beginning to relax the blockade orders for Covid-19, which will reopen the border to tourists in July and the national football tournament will be restarted. in June.

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From July, international tourism activities will be resumed under safe conditions in Spain. (Source: Getty Images)

Speaking at a news conference, Mr Sanchez said that from July, international tourism activities will be resumed under safe conditions. Spain will ensure that tourists do not face any danger and will not bring risks to the country. In addition, Mr. Sanchez added that another major revenue source of the Government is the La Liga football tournament will restart on June 8.

Revenue from foreign visitors contributes about one-eighth of Spain's economic output. But the government's blockade measures to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic have caused all entertainment and leisure activities, from hotels, bars, restaurants to beaches and parks to Closed right at the time of the upcoming tourist season.

In March alone, by the time the blockade measures took effect, Spain lost nearly one million jobs. The Central Bank of Spain forecasts that the economy of this country will decrease by 12% this year. Despite criticism from the opposition, the Spanish government asserted that blockade measures helped the country control the pandemic.

Restrictions on moving activities are gradually easing, although residents of the two epidemics, Madrid and Barcelona, ​​still have to comply with stricter management measures. Both cities will ease restrictions on travel from May 25, allowing reopening of outdoor dining and gathering up to 10 people.

To date, Spain recorded 230,000 cases of Covid-19 infection, including more than 28,600 deaths.


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