August 6, 2020
The tourism has become more secure in Spain as it introduced insurance policy to cover costs visitors face if they become infected with the coronavirus. This decision was made on Wednesday by the archipelago’s regional government.
According to the policy, any tourist who tests positive for COVID-19 during their stay will be eligible for free medical care, repatriation and additional accommodation for quarantine measures.
The coverage, which is already effective, is free to visitors but it will only apply those with no prior knowledge that they were infected with the virus. Furthermore, tourism accounts for about 35 per cent of Canary’s economic output.