Spain lifts ban on flights from Italy, but tourism still off cards
MADRID: Spain lifted on Tuesday (May 19) a ban on direct flights and ships from Italy imposed since Mar 11 to curb the coronavirus, but tourism restrictions and a 14-day quarantine for inbound travellers remained in place.
A much-reduced death rate from COVID-19 has encouraged Spain to begin easing one of Europe's strictest lockdowns, but the tourism-dependent economy is likely to have to wait until late June to welcome holidaymakers back.……
Government Spain News International
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