Spain lifts travel restrictions for UK travellers from Monday 24 June – with no need for PCR test

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Spain lifts travel restrictions for UK travellers from Monday 24 June – with no need for PCR test” – below is their description.

    Spain will allow British travellers to enter the country without a negative PCR test from May 24, it has been announced today.

    This will mean restriction-free entry from Monday even for unvaccinated Britons; though with Spain on the UK’s amber list, travellers will have to self-isolate upon their return.

    Read more: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/news/travel-restrictions-green-list-europe-spain-eu-holidays-tests/

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