Spain could be the next big holiday destination to be put on the so-called ‘Amber Plus’ list, travel experts fear.
The popular summer holiday destination, which attracted around 18 million UK visitors each year before Covid, may follow France on to the list.
It means Britons will still have to self-isolate when they return to the UK from Spain and France even if they have been double-jabbed.
The Government is set to lift the 10-day home quarantine requirement for fully vaccinated Britons returning from Amber List countries from tomorrow.
But in an unexpected twist, the Department for Transport announced on Friday night that the rule will not apply to France.
France, which has a significantly lower case rate than the UK, retaliated last night by tightening its Covid restrictions for those entering from Britain.
Now experts fear that Spain, as well as Greece, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, could also join France on the list – unofficially dubbed ‘Amber Plus’.
It comes as Britons…