Three German rejected at port of entry attempt to Mallorca

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Three German entry in an attempt to Mallorca rejected

Three Germans are stopped in the case of the attempted entry at the airport of the Spanish Mediterranean island of Majorca and back to their home country has been sent. The two men and a woman had arrived with a flight from Cologne, and had can’t provide sufficient reason for your trip, reported the news Agency Europa Press on Tuesday, citing the government of the Islands. Tourists are subject to currently due to the Corona-crisis, a General ban on entry to Spain.

Those currently arriving in the popular holiday destination, encounters stringent checks by the police. Who can bring a first residence in Spain, or regarded as important professional reasons, travelling, has a good chance to be like the three Germans on Monday sent back to their countries.

The entry restrictions are part of the emergency measures taken by the government against the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Since last Friday, foreigners must go to the entry in addition, in a two-week home quarantine.

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