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Spain drops further Covid restrictions for Brits heading on holidays

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Spain is a major favourite among UK holidaymakers thanks to it’s sunny weather, sandy beaches and cheap all-inclusive. And, travelling to the Mediterranean country is set to get even easier for Brits as new Covid rules have come into play today.

The country dropped a number of requirements earlier this year – including those that demanded teenagers be vaccinated. READ MORE: Flight attendant explains why you have to put windows up on take off and landing Currently, all travellers over the age of 12 are required to submit proof of being vaccinated, having recovered from Covid or a negative antigen or PCR test.Now, sunny Spain has cut more restrictions pertaining to the virus for British tourists.

You won’t have to fill in a health check form or show a QR code at the border.The Spanish Ministry of Health posted on Facebook: “Remember.

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