Spain extends restrictions on flights from Brazil through mid-April

The measure is a form of prevention against the Brazilian variant of the coronavirus; the decision to extend entry restrictions also affects passengers coming from South Africa.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Spanish government said on Tuesday, March 23rd, that it will extend the limitations on entry into its territory of passengers coming from Brazil and South Africa, which were to be suspended at the end of this month, at least until April 13th.

The decision was introduced as a preventive measure against the coronavirus variants found in the two countries. The UK, on the other hand, whose strain is much more present on European soil, will see its passengers allowed back into Spain as of March 30th.

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