With continuing and confusing doubts around the U.K. tourist market when Ibiza opens its doors for international business in July, we take a look at who will be coming based on the ratio of visitors in previous years, and the 2020 regulations as we know them.
Her Majesty's Ambassador to Spain, Hugh Elliott, has issued a statement of reassurance regarding December 31st Brexit deadlines in light of administrative delays caused by the Spanish State of Alarm
Many people are sharing an article by Spain Today based on comments made by The Minister of Transport, José Luis Ábalos, in a television interview when they quote him as saying "just as soon as Spanish residents can travel between provinces, foreigners will be able to enter the country freely".
There has been no new admission to the ICU for 41 days.
Prime Minister Sanchez said “Spain needs tourism, but tourism needs safety, it needs health guarantees. We must overcome the health emergency in order to reactivate tourist activity.”
For those wanting to travel to Spain and prevented by the current regulations it is worth reading the list of allowed exemptions, as these have been extended under the new schedule.
Eivissa Oberta starts this weekend with road closures and expansion of pavements for public safety. No swimming, though water sports are ok.
Ibiza may face a huge number of evictions in September and October. Landlords will lose thousands. Tenants will lose homes.
the courts are sympathetic to any short term informal changes to custody arrangements
Small Businesses and Hotels may open from May 11th at the earliest, Small gatherings and seated outdoor events from May 25th at the very earliest.
Children can leave the house under new guidelines, adults may be able to walk/exercise from 2nd May. Fines will be issued for noncompliance.
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