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DUE TO THE INCREASE IN THE DELTA VARIANT
Israel will ban the entry of Spanish tourists from 30 July.
The Mediterranean country will put Spain on the red list, which means that it considers that there is a high risk due to the increase in cases of the delta variant.
Until now, groups of vaccinated tourists were allowed to enter the country, but had to be quarantined when entering the country.
Madrid, July 2021. – Israel has taken a step backwards in relation to the arrival of Spanish tourists by announcing that Spain will be added to the red list of countries from 30 July. This measure means that, as of Friday, Spaniards will be banned from entering Israel and Israelis will only be able to enter Spain with a permit from the Exceptions Committee. The decision has been taken because of the high incidence of the delta variant in Spain.
Until now, Spaniards could enter Israel provided they were vaccinated, underwent the mandatory quarantine and travelled in groups. On 23 May, Israel began to allow entry of fully inoculated people travelling in groups, as the first phase of the reopening after its successful vaccination process.
The entry of individual tourists was scheduled for 1 August, but due to the incidence of the delta variant in several countries worldwide, the date is subject to the guidelines of the Israeli Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Tourism.
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