Spain will reopen its land borders with France and Portugal on July 1st

Updated: Dec 29, 2020

The Spanish government has made a U-turn after initially announcing it would reopen its land borders with France and Portugal on June 22nd. Spain will reopen its land borders with France and Portugal on July 1st, reversing an earlier statement by the minister suggesting it would be earlier.

In a statement, the ministry said internal mobility within Spain would be permitted once a national state of alert ended on June 21st, while the country would reopen its borders to international visitors “from July 1st”.

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