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You don't have to self isolate if you're travelling to Ibiza this summer

The government has announced partnerships with 59 countries so that travellers can avoid quarantine

  • Seb Wheeler
  • 3 July 2020
You don't have to self isolate if you're travelling to Ibiza this summer

Planning a holiday to Ibiza this summer? The good news is that you won't have to self isolate on arrival or when you return to England.

The government has set up a series of 'air bridges' with countries such as Spain, Italy, Germany, Greece and Poland, as well as Australia, New Zealand, Barbados, South Korea and Japan, among others.

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This means that you will not have to quarantine on either side of your trip, leaving you free to travel for business, a holiday or to see family.

Unfortunately this only applies to England, with the devolved administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland sticking to their own roadmaps to recovery.

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A total of 59 countries have been exempt from quarantine and the new rule comes into effect on Friday July 10.

The Ibiza season is supposed to be well under way at the moment, however the island's main superclubs will not be opening in 2020.

There are plenty of places still open though, with opportunity to dance under the sun at outdoor venues like Ibiza Rocks.

See our Ibiza 2020 guide here.

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