Spain imposes ten-day quarantine for arrivals from Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia and Namibia. Israel bans travel to and from Spain
Update. Spain imposes from July 27th ten-day quarantine for arrivals from Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia and Namibia. The decision was published in Spain’s official state bulletin (BOE) on Saturday. The Spanish government makes no quarantine exception for fully vaccinated travellers from these countries, who will also have to meet the Spain’s other travel rules and restrictions for entry. The 10-day quarantine can end earlier if the traveller gets a negative NAAT or similar test result on the seventh day after their arrival.
Spaniards will be banned from entering the country and Israelis will only be able to travel to Spain with a permit from the Exceptions Committee. The new rule will come into effect from July 30.
Until now, Spaniards could enter Israel provided they were vaccinated, underwent the mandatory quarantine and traveled in groups (Israel will receive tourists from May 23 if they are vaccinated).
Israelis are already banned from traveling to Russia, Mexico, South Africa, India, Argentina, Brazil, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, UK, Turkey, Georgia and Cyprus.