Spain refuses to drop Covid entry rules

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Spain was expected to relax its rules this week, but it extended them until the end of April. Britons must fill out a Health Control Form and a jab must have been given to a sun-seeker within the last 270 days – but teenagers do not need to be vaccinated.

Officials hope this year’s international arrivals will reach 80 percent of pre-Covid levels – and noted that “uncertainty” caused by Russia’s invasion does not seem to have deterred travellers.

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