Spain is a safe country, both for spaniards and for the tourist, underlined Spain's foreign minister Arancha González Laya at a press conference Sunday.
the Backdrop for the statement was that a number of countries have reintroduced karanteneplikt for travelers from the country in the last few days, among them Norway and the united Kingdom. Spain reported about 2255 new infections Friday, according to the schedule to Worldometers. In total, the country has reported over 319 000 infected since coronavirusets outbreaks.
as with other european countries, Spain has outbreak. It is not abnormal. The important thing is that Spain is now taking extensive measures to control the infection, " said González Laya.
España es un país seguro para el turismo. El Ejecutivo trabaja con los gobiernos europeos para explicar las medidas que se están llevando a cabo y trasladar un noul de confianza. the— La Moncloa (@desdelamoncloa) July 26, 2020
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Nightclubs, bars and beaches in the North of Spain must once again adhere to the strict restrictions as a result of the increase in infection. It is especially the northern regions of Aragón, the Basque country, Catalonia and Navarra that are hard hit. In Barcelona and the surrounding area asking the authorities citizens to avoid leaving the home unless it is absolutely necessary.
Spain has also adopted national rules that restricts the use of surgical masks if you can't keep 1,5 meter distance from other people.
González Laya said on pressemøtet Sunday that the government is in close contact with other european authorities to justify the measures as introduced, and to "put a damper on the drama".
Half of those infected in Spain is asymptomatic, which gives a clear indication that the different regions putting down a sufficient effort, and that the infection perfectly controlled, she said.Spain is "red" a Lot of people worried about
A survey Ipsos has conducted for Dagbladet shows that most of the norwegians ' great fear is that coronapandemien comes back on in the fall.
questions about how concerned you are that there is a new flare-up of coronasmitte in Norway in the autumn or winter, answer two of the three norwegians that they are fairly or very concerned. Only four percent say that they are not worried, while 32 percent say that they are little concerned.Hoping for the combi-effect
In the survey, there is a marked increase in the concern the older the respondents are. In the age 30-39 is 55 per cent quite or very concerned, while it increases to 65 per cent in the age group 40-59. Among those over 60 years is 72 per cent quite or very concerned about a flare-up.Deprecated Spain-travel
Norway introduced karantenekravet Friday. Sunday also got the british Spain-tourists claim about the two-week quarantine after returning home. The british order was prepared on Saturday and came into force on the night of Sunday, something that came by surprise many britons.
There is, however, not all regions are equally badly hit in Spain, and the country is now in dialogue with the british government to raise the karantenekravet for traveller back from the Balearic islands and the Canary islands.
When it comes to Norway, and assessments on the regional level, said the Norwegian institute of public health (FHI) on Friday that the Norwegian authorities have decided not to take such reviews for other places than Scandinavia.Turn On the LydErrorAllerede plus customer? Log into herError ALICANTE Nearly three months after Spain went in lockdown, be the first tourists from the EUROPEAN union and the Schengen area drop back into the country to 21. June. Reporter: Embla Deer-Larsen. Video: Ingunn Dorholt. Show more
FHI explained that there are very few countries in Europe that provide reviews at the region level, and that the data currently do not provide the predictability the authorities want.
- It is not long since we established the system we now use for the regions in Sweden, and we have to let such systems seem a bit over time. It is quite complex, and many regions to take into account. We will be sure that we have a good enough data before we can provide such travel advice for other regions, said the director of the FHI, Are Stuwitz Berg, in a press conference.This is verstingene
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