Benidorm asks to be excluded from the UK mandatory 14 day quarantine

July 27, 2020
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From the Benidorm City Council, the Government of Spain is asked to act quickly and diligently in favor of the tourism industry, and Benidorm and the Costa Blanca in particular, given the very negative impact of the mandatory quarantine measure, implemented on Saturday night, for tourists returning from Spain to the UK.

The mayor, Toni Pérez, highlighted that “Benidorm has worked very hard from minute one of this situation to develop protocols and security measures for residents and tourists, which are giving excellent results and strengthening the security component that has always it has been offering the destination ”, now reinforced in healthcare through Patti Recovery programs, Covid 19 ON protocols and the development and management of Benidorm Beach Safety, culminating the roadmap to DTI + Seguro.

The British tourist, Pérez stressed, “is essential for the recovery and maintenance of a tourist activity that is developing as planned from Benidorm, since the rate of reservations, due to the projection of the destination and the confidence generated in the British market was on the rise. "

Taking into account that the incidence of Covid19 is very zonal and that Benidorm and the Costa Blanca are currently in a very controlled situation, from the Mayor of Benidorm Toni Pérez asks that "the Executive defend the successful management developed in Benidorm" , at the same time that it demands that "it does not discriminate some tourist areas over others" and avoids pronouncements of intent that "favor the archipelagos over the peninsular destinations". 

Canceling the restriction of quarantine on the return and setting up a safe air corridor to the Costa Blanca airport is the objective of the next few hours in a Benidorm that continues to work to build trust and offer a safe destination.