RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Spain is the latest country to announce a ban - as of Wednesday, February 2nd, - on travelers coming from Brazil due to the risk of contagion by a new coronavirus strain.
Flights from South Africa will also be restricted and only people with Spanish nationality or a residence permit will be allowed to enter the European country - the same applies to flights from Brazil - announced government spokesperson María Jesús Montero on Tuesday, February 2nd.
Spain continues to allow entry to passengers with stopovers in the country, but there are restrictions: travelers may not leave the . . .