An government of the most important leisure, journey and tourism firm on this planet has urged the Government to rethink its blanket quarantine on folks getting back from Spain.
Andrew Flintham, managing director of Tui UK and Ireland, known as for a “more nuanced policy” to incorporate guidelines primarily based on areas in addition to nations.
He famous that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office isn’t advising in opposition to non-essential journey to Spain’s Balearic Islands, however the quarantine requirement covers arrivals from each mainland Spain and its islands.
Speaking to Sky News, Mr Flintham mentioned: “If the Balearics are nonetheless OK to go to – and clearly the journey recommendation says you may journey – ought to we’ve got a unique quarantine or no quarantine for these and not lump all of it collectively, as in a single massive complete Spain quarantine?
“We’re really after a little bit of a nuance because, being honest, going forward, with something like the United States, it could be there’s a problem in Florida but not in California, and you wouldn’t want to close the whole of the United States to tourists.”
Tui has cancelled all holidays to mainland Spain as much as and together with August 9.