Sunday, 26 July 2020 09:53

14 Days isolation for Brits returning from the Canary Islands

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There is no UK government travel advisory against travelling to the Canary Islands but UK citizens must isolate for 14 days after returning.

The Canarian government is trying to get "safe air corridors" between the UK and the Canary Islands, as there are currently hardly any Corona cases on the islands, unlike mainland Spain where cases have been increasing sharply over the last few days.

The idea is convincing the UK government to seperate the Canary Islands (and the Balearic Islands) from the the rest of Spain, so visitors don't have to isolate for 14 days when they return from a holiday.

In the Canary Islands, there are 5,8 cases of COVID-19 per 100.000 inhabitants, which is one of the lowest numbers of Europe.

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