Some countries decided to resume their domestic and international flights from this July. Among those involved is the European Union, who have already received their first visitors.
The countries have opened their borders under strict security and hygiene measures and have prepared to receive passengers and tourists, guaranteeing that
“they come in safe conditions for themselves and for those who host them,” explained the Minister of Health of Spain, Salvador Illa.
For its part, Spain has defined three filters through which visitors must pass before entering the country. The first of them will be a “responsible statement” where passengers will be asked for health information, as well as detailed information on the places they will visit and where their accommodation will be.
The second filter would be the taking of temperature, and finally a physical study. If a passenger does not exceed at least one of these filters, they will be attended by a health doctor, so that the necessary tests are performed.
However, not all nations will have access to the countries that make up the European Union, only those that are within the list exposed by the EU will be able to enter, which is based on countries that have a rate of 16 infected inhabitants or less , for every hundred thousand inhabitants. Among these are: Australia, Algeria, Canada, China, South Korea, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, Montenegro, New Zealand, Serbia, Thailand, Tunisia, Rwanda and Uruguay, the latter being the only Latin American country that would be part of this list.
In this sense, the European Union will review this list every fifteen days and update it if necessary, according to the new figures registered by the countries.