Spanish Prime Minister considers resuming tourist acceptance from July

Spanish Prime Minister Considers Resuming Tourist Acceptance from July 24 at 10:02

Spain’s Prime Minister Sanchez has indicated that he wants to resume accepting foreign tourists from July. In Europe, there has been a series of moves to rebuild tourism in major industries in each country ahead of the summer tourism season.
Spain’s Prime Minister Sanchez said at a press conference on Wednesday that he wanted all tourism to be prepared to resume activities and expressed his desire to resume the acceptance of foreign tourists from July.

In Spain, the number of new infected people exceeded the number of people who were infected at the peak of the day, but recently the number of people who were below the number of people in the country has been declining, and regulations have been gradually relaxed, such as conditioned in the capital Madrid and barcelona in the northeast, where hotel sales and restaurant seating are conditionally allowed from this month.

However, the impact on tourism is severe due to the suspension of the acceptance of foreign tourists, which is said to be 82 million a year, and there are growing calls from citizens for an early resumption of economic activity.

In Europe, Italy has announced its intention to accept tourists from eu-European Union member states from July, and Greece has announced that it will allow the resumption of direct flights between foreign and tourist destinations from July, and there has been a series of moves to restructure tourism in major industries in each country ahead of the summer tourist season.