Britons confused and angry over Spain quarantine

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  • Tens of thousands of British tourists in Spain have had their holidays thrown into disarray after the Government imposed an immediate two-week quarantine for anyone returning from the country.

    On Saturday night, ministers reimposed restrictions on travel from Spain – including its islands – following new outbreaks of coronavirus that prompted Spanish health officials to warn of a potential second wave of infections.

    The Foreign and Commonwealth Office changed its advice to warn against all but essential travel to mainland Spain.

    Holiday firms have begun urgently cancelling trips to the country, with TUI saying it “won’t take customers on holiday” if they are required to quarantine on their return.

    The Telegraph identified 17 flights which took off from Spain on Saturday night and were due to land in the UK after midnight, meaning their passengers will have to quarantine.

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