Ibiza tourism could be possible from June with vaccine passports, Spain’s Tourism Minister has announced.

Last month, Spanish Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto told journalists that the government planned to introduce coronavirus vaccination certificates, or “passports”, into its safe travel corridor scheme, as “an element of safe mobility”.

Now, Maroto has given more hope to tourists, revealing to Antena 3 TV that vaccine passports could be a viable option from Jume this year.

The vaccine passports have already been approved for use in the Canary Islands and Balearic Islands, including Ibiza, where travel corridors were trialled last summer.

Tourism is one of the most crucial industries in Spain, especially in nightclub hotspot Ibiza. Spain welcomes approximately 80 millions tourists a year, with the industry providing over 12% of the country’s GDP.

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