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HOW TO TRAVEL FROM MARCH 23, 2020 (COVID19)
The Spanish Government has agreed this Sunday to harden the conditions to travel during the next 30 days. The new regulation foresees the entry refusal of the borders Schengen of third countries travelers.
Below, the Order INT/270/2020 of March 21. There is a temporary restriction of not essential companies to travel from third countries to the European Union and associate Schengen countries. Due to reason of public order and public health owing to the sanitary crisis caused by the COVID-19.7
The norm exempts from these norms the residents in the European Union or the States Associate Schengen that go straight to its place of residence and to long duration visa holders, sent by a Member state or the State Associate Schengen.
This norm do not affect the cross-border workpeople, the sanitary professionals or the ones who need to go to exercise its labor activity, as well as to the personnel dedicated to the transport of goods.
The order, which comes into force, on Monday, the 23rd of March, will affect neither the diplomatic personnel, nor persons who travel for imperative familiar motives and properly accredited. These norms will not be applied not on the border with Andorra not with Gibraltar.
We remind to you that Abramar viajes opening hours are:
From Monday until Friday of 08:30h to 20:00h
Every Saturday of 09:30h to 13:30h
If you are in emergency situation, Abramar viajes has a priority phone line to help you: +34 618 845 333
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