RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Spain will lift restrictions on flights from Brazil and South Africa, interrupted since February, but will impose a ten-day quarantine on arriving travelers as of August 3, according to a decree published Saturday (31) in the official gazette.
From that day, travelers coming from these two countries who have a complete vaccination certificate, a negative test, or a recent covid-19 contagion test will be able to enter Spain. Still, they will have to observe a period of self-isolation.
Brazil and South Africa thus join the list of countries under quarantine since July 27 . . .