Spain again high incidence area

Spain, including the popular islands of the Balearic and Canary Islands, will be classified as a high incidence area. The classification will apply from Tuesday, 27 July 2021 at 0:00

Due to the upgrading to a high incidence area, a quarantine obligation will now be reintroduced for travellers who have not been vaccinated or recovered. Anyone travelling from Spain to Germany from Tuesday, zero o'clock, must already present proof of a negative Corona test, complete vaccination or recovery upon entry.

The test must not be older than 48 hours (for rapid antigen tests) or 72 hours (PCR test) at the time of entry. Those who have not been vaccinated or have not recovered must also be quarantined for up to ten days after entry. The period can be shortened with a second negative test from day five.

On Thursday 22.7.2021, the Valencia regional government announced new restrictions.

Accordingly, a night curfew from 01:00 to 6:00 will come into effect from 25/26 July 2021.

It will initially apply until 16 August 2021, affecting Dénia, Gata de Gorgos, Ondara and Pego, among others. Exceptions to the curfew remain the same as in autumn/winter: The way to and from work, justified travel and exceptional situations such as visits to the doctor or hospital, care of persons in need. All exceptions must be documented accordingly.

Furthermore, adjustments to existing restrictions are added:

Events and celebrations will be permitted indoors to a maximum of 50 per cent of the permitted room capacity (up to a maximum of 1,500 people) and must end by 0.30 am.

The occupancy limit for sports facilities and outdoor pools is also limited to 50 per cent.

For private meetings, the limit remains at ten people.

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