The UK has extended the requirement for mandatory 14-day quarantine on arriving from the Balearic and Canary Islands, reported the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the United Kingdom.
The British government has previously ruled out Spain, where in recent years the situation has deteriorated with a coronavirus, from a list of countries, upon arrival of which do not need to undergo quarantine. Until now, the Spanish island for this requirement did not fall.
Compulsory wearing of masks in public places is introduced in the Autonomous community of Extremadura, this is the third region of Spain, which last week tightened sanitary measures.
According to the adviser, despite the fact that "the situation is good", the necessary preventive measures. Currently in Extremadura recorded four local inflammation. "A re-flash is normal, but we can't afford uncontrolled transmission within the community. It is necessary that we take this seriously", he added.
Five vessels with illegal migrants arrived for the last day in the Balearic Islands, more than 50 people were arrested, reports the newspaper Diario de Mallorca.
Three boats were discovered about Mallorca, two of Formentera and Cabrera. In total there were 57 people. It is assumed that the Islands could approach another ship, which went unnoticed.
Almost 11 thousand German guests will arrive on the Balearic Islands in the framework of a pilot programme designed to help Spain restore its tourism sector after the pandemic, reports The Guardian.
The country is preparing to reopen the border with the EU and the Schengen area on 21 June.