Mask rules vary from country to country but with some holiday hotspots like France, Spain, Cyprus, Portugal and more as countries continue to relax Covid rules
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Masks have become part of everyday life during the pandemic, but some destinations are started to loosen their Covid rules – and that includes face coverings.
For example, these are no longer required in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, while France is set to Grooved masks and vaccine pass rules at the end of this month.
There are also hopes that Spain can follow the appropriate rules and remove masks in time for the Easter holidays, although for now these rules remain mandatory in indoor spaces as well as other events. large event in outdoor space.
Meanwhile, Jet2 has become the first airline removed the mask rule on its flightsnamely routes from Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
We review the current masking rules in popular holiday destinations like France, Spain, Greece, and others below.
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Masks are not required in outdoor spaces or where vaccination cards are required.
However, the French prime minister has confirmed that as part of the easing local Covid restrictions later this monthThis will be extended to other locations.
As of March 14, you won’t need masks for all indoor and outdoor locations, although they will remain mandatory on all public transport.
Anyone six years of age or older is required to wear a face covering in all indoor and outdoor public spaces in Cyprus.
Masks are mandatory on public transport, as well as in taxis, shops and “other commercial establishments”.
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Face coverings are mandatory for anyone over the age of six in indoor public spaces, all public transport, and outdoor events where social distancing cannot be observed.
Masks are not required to be used in other outdoor spaces, such as the beach.
Masks are mandatory in all indoor public places across Greece.
In its travel advice, the Foreign Office adds: “In certain areas, such as in supermarkets and pharmacies, and on public transport, you will be asked to wear a double mask (at least one of which must be surgical) or an N95/FFP2 mask.”
Masks are required at all times when you are outside the turkey home/dwelling place.
This includes any outdoor areas such as streets, gardens, parks, markets and seashores, as well as all public transport.
Anyone 10 years of age or older must wear a mask in enclosed spaces, as well as outdoor spaces where social distancing cannot be maintained.
In cafes and restaurants, you will be required to wear a mask until you take your seat.
If you’re heading to Madeira specifically, the rules apply to anyone six or older, and masks are mandatory outdoors where social distancing is not possible.
Anyone three years of age or older must wear a mask in all public spaces in the home.
If traveling in a group of more than two people, you will also have to wear a mask in outdoor public spaces. If it’s just the two of you, you’ll still need to show proof of booster shots if you want to be exempt from wearing a mask outdoors.
- Travel restrictions change rapidly during the pandemic. Always check the latest State Department advice on your destination before booking or traveling.
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