COVID-19: Chafing at quarantine in Spain | Dubai begins opening

Spain’s tourism industry objects to restrictions In Spain, where coronavirus cases have fallen and a gradual de-escalation is taking place, authorities are now concerned that international travel could cause a new spike in infections. In a bid to prevent a fresh COVID-19 crisis in one of the world’s hardest-hit countries, the government has instituted self-quarantine orders for international travelers; it also wants to limit airline passenger seat occupancy. The restrictions have been met with opposition from the tourism industry, which is already reeling from the effects of the ongoing coronavirus lockdown. Airlines are refusing to leave seats unfilled because it is not profitable, while…
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