Spain lifts travel ban for Brazil and South Africa.
Update. Spain’s Health Ministry has lifted the ban on travellers from Brazil and South Africa, but they will still have to quarantine for ten days even if they are fully vaccinated
From Tuesday August 3rd, Brazil and South Africa will be classified as “high risk” by Spanish authorities, meaning that travellers from the two nations will be able to visit Spain for the first time in six months, but they will have to quarantine for ten days. The decision was published in Spain’s official state bulletin (BOE) on Saturday July 31st. All travellers who set off from airports in either country must remain at their address or accommodation in Spain and limit their contact with others and movement to the strictly essential.
The Spanish government makes no quarantine exception for fully vaccinated travellers from countries on the quarantine list, who will also have to meet Spain’s other travel rules and restrictions for entry.