Spain Going On Red List?

Spain Going On Red List
Paul Charles, chief executive of travel consultancy the PC Agency, said there was ‘no chance’ of Spain being moved into the red list. ‘Its infection rate is dropping fast, meaning any variants are very much under control,’ he said. ‘Spain’s rates are half those of France and its vaccine rate is 65 per cent fully-jabbed.

When is the next Green List review for Spain?

British holidaymakers are wondering if they should book holidays to Spain now as a travel review is imminent. The next review of the green, amber, and red lists for international travel is expected next week, on August 25 or 26, just before the bank holiday weekend.

Spain sits currently on the amber list, meaning fully vaccinated passengers do not have to self-isolate on return. If the country moved to the red list, it would mean families would be forced to pay thousands of pounds on hotel quarantine.

Read more: Ryanair warns customers about invalid boarding passes that bar you from flying But travel experts believe that the possibility is extremely low. Paul Charles, CEO of the PC Agency, has said in a tweet on August 20 that people should not worry about the August bank holiday.

He says: “I’ve had many followers asking about Spain – do not worry. It won’t be going red at the next review. “Rates on every level are falling quite sharply, and the vaccination rollout is going strongly, with over 65% of the population fully-jabbed.

“August Bank Holiday is safe there. ” And Simon Calder, Independent travel correspondent, has been unequivocal about how unlikely Spain is to go red. He says: “I believe there is more chance of me being called up by Crawley Town FC for Saturday’s League Two match than of Spain being placed into the highest risk category.

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” He cites data analyst Tim White who points out that the beta variant is almost extinct in Spain and infection rates are dwindling. And he adds another important reason why the government will not red-list the country: the move would cause a surge of arrivals that the hotel quarantine scheme would simply not be able to cope with.

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Will Spain Go Red at the next travel review?

‘ won’t be going red at the next review. Rates on every level are falling quite sharply,’ agreed travel consultant and CEO of the PC Agency Paul Charles. I’ve had many followers asking about #Spain – do not worry. It won’t be going red at the next review.

Will Spain Go Red at the August Bank Holiday?

British holidaymakers are wondering if they should book holidays to Spain now as a travel review is imminent. The next review of the green, amber, and red lists for international travel is expected next week, on August 25 or 26, just before the bank holiday weekend.

Spain sits currently on the amber list, meaning fully vaccinated passengers do not have to self-isolate on return. If the country moved to the red list, it would mean families would be forced to pay thousands of pounds on hotel quarantine.

Read more: Ryanair warns customers about invalid boarding passes that bar you from flying But travel experts believe that the possibility is extremely low. Paul Charles, CEO of the PC Agency, has said in a tweet on August 20 that people should not worry about the August bank holiday.

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He says: “I’ve had many followers asking about Spain – do not worry. It won’t be going red at the next review. “Rates on every level are falling quite sharply, and the vaccination rollout is going strongly, with over 65% of the population fully-jabbed.

“August Bank Holiday is safe there. ” And Simon Calder, Independent travel correspondent, has been unequivocal about how unlikely Spain is to go red. He says: “I believe there is more chance of me being called up by Crawley Town FC for Saturday’s League Two match than of Spain being placed into the highest risk category.

” He cites data analyst Tim White who points out that the beta variant is almost extinct in Spain and infection rates are dwindling. And he adds another important reason why the government will not red-list the country: the move would cause a surge of arrivals that the hotel quarantine scheme would simply not be able to cope with.

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