British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab has assured this Sunday that his country will not ask for forgiveness if it imposes a 14-day quarantine on travelers from Spain because of the risk that a possible imported case that ends in a second will do so represents wave of infections in the country.
“We have made this decision as agile as possible and will not ask for forgiveness. We need to be able to take agile and determined action, especially with any kind of recovery at local and international level, be it in Spain or any other country, “he told UK chain Sky.
“Otherwise, we’re facing a second wave here in the UK that could lead to another quarantine. Yes, I understand that this will change the plans of the people of Spain, but we have made so much progress in this country when it comes to To contain the virus, such measures are necessary, “he added.
The decision of the British executive was made after the upsurge in coronavirus cases in Spain. More than 900 new infections were registered on Friday.