New travel warnings for Spain and parts of France and Scotland


A new travel advisory was due to be issued at midnight to residents of the Netherlands, warning them against any travel to Spain. The country is expected to be covered by a Code Orange warning, along with three other regions in France, as well as the Scottish city of Aberdeen in the UK, several Dutch media reported based on sources from the ministry and the association of ANVR travel agencies. .Monaco also had to come under its own orange warning, AD reported. Code Orange alerts are issued by the ministry when all unnecessary travel in a particular region should be avoided.

Several regions of Spain were already under orange alert, including Almería, the Balearic Islands, Barcelona, ​​Burgos, Madrid, Navarre, Salamanca and Zaragoza. All of Spain is expected to receive a strengthened warning from early Tuesday, including popular Canary Islands holiday destinations.

The new parts of France that will turn orange should be the Alpes Maritimes, Hérault and Sarthe. This is in addition to Paris and the Bouches-du-Rhône, including Aix en Provence and Marseille, which were already under higher alerts.

People entering the Netherlands after visiting these regions, including Aberdeen and Monaco, will likely be asked to enter home quarantine for ten days upon arrival.


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