The Netherlands to open its tourist market to the Canary Islands
The Netherlands will open its tourist market to the Canary Islands, , as announced on Twitter by its ambassador in Spain, Jan Versteeg. The diplomat has announced this “good news” on this social network, which will mean for the Canary Islands the possibility of starting to recover its Dutch visitors this weekend. In addition, Denmark will stop advising against non-essential travel to seven Spanish regions, including the Canary Islands, and will lift the requirement to keep quarantine for ten days on the return from this Saturday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported this Friday. And late last evening The German Government confirmed that the Canary Islands are no longer considered a risk zone.