Spain has said outbreaks of new Covid-19 cases are isolated and under control after the UK abruptly ordered people coming from the country to quarantine, APA reports citing BBC.
Infections have risen sharply in Spain recently as restrictions were eased. Some regions have now imposed measures including making face masks mandatory.
"Spain is safe for Spaniards and for tourists," the foreign minister said.
Contagion among young people, who have been gathering in larger numbers, appears to be a particular worry.
France and Germany have also both seen new cases rise, as nations grapple between staving off fresh outbreaks and reopening economies.