British parents who take their children on holiday to Spain will not face fines for not bring them to school during quarantine upon his return from our country, he is on the amber list drawn up by the UK Government.

As collected by the Mirror, the government feared that lquarantines could be skipped if fines had been imposed on parents who take their children to Spain. For this reason, they have decided to implement online classes in these cases.

Spain is expected to experience a increase in the arrival of British tourists when it lifts restrictions for UK travelers this Monday.

As a country included in the amber list, the advice of the British government is that people should not travel to Spain during the holidays for now. But despite this, thousands of tourists have already booked flights to Spain along with other usual places such as France, Italy or Greece.

Spain and these countries are on the amber list, which means that people they must be isolated for 10 days upon return to the UK.

At the same time, concerned teachers say that more homeschooling will have a serious impact on children, who have already wasted months away from the classroom. The Association of School and University Leaders urged families to do not go on vacation to the countries on the amber list.


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