RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Spanish President announced yesterday that the nation's borders would be opened in July, and vowed to provide health safeguards for tourists while urging Spaniards to plan their holidays within the country.
"There will be a tourist season this summer," announced President Pedro Sánchez, who urged hotel professionals to "restart their activities within a few days," arguing that the tourist sector plays a "key role" in the economy and job creation in Spain.
During a press conference, President Sánchez called on Spaniards to plan their vacations and to "benefit from the wonders of . . .