The second group is made up of those who impose some type of quarantine for travellers originating from Spain, mainly in Asia, although Ireland, the UK and the Netherlands are also included. Other countries such as Cambodia, South Korea, Ecuador, Finland, India, Iran, Norway or Russia, among others, complete the list.
The third list recorded by Foreign Affairs refers to nations with other types of travel measures, including Bulgaria, Cameroon, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Tunisia, Turkey and Ukraine.
Just at the height of summer, more than half a dozen European countries have imposed quarantines on citizens arriving from Spain or advice against visiting the country.
This is yet another blow to the already punished this year. The Spanish tourism sector saw the summer as a thread of hope to save the year once the second quarter ended with almost zero tourists. More than €150,000 million and 2.5 million jobs (2019 data), are at stake.
Spain achieved a record for foreign tourists last year.
83.7 million international travellers visited and made an expenditure of €92.337 million euros. The UK lead the ranking of foreign visitors in Spain, with 18 million tourists.