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Brit holidaymakers react to new Spanish coronavirus lockdown laws as 600,000 hit by 'air bridge' axe.

BRITS jetting back from Spain faced chaos today after being told they would have to go into an unplanned two-week quarantine.

It is estimated some 600,000 Brits will impacted by the collapse of the air bridge as the Government made the sudden announcement last night.

Holidaymakers have been left scrambling to make arrangements for self-isolation to avoid massive fines.

After a spike in coronavirus cases in Spain, travellers in the country - including island hotspots like Majorca and Ibiza - will now be forced to quarantine for two weeks upon returning home to the UK.

The Foreign Office has also warned against "all but essential travel" to mainland Spain - though this advice does not cover the Canary Islands or Balearic Islands.

Brits currently abroad don't have to cut their holidays short, but the advice has left many confused.

Teacher Zeta Hill, 35, is due to fly home with husband Stuart, 51,
from a 12-day break in Mallorca on Tuesday.


Chaos as Brit holidaymakers arrive back from Spain to unplanned two-week quarantine as 600,000 hit by ‘air bridge’ axe

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