No final decision has yet been made, but all the money is in that masks are no longer required on public transport in Spain from February.

Local experts are said to have backed the removal of face masks on buses, trains and planes, but not in healthcare facilities. The delay in making a decision is understood to be due to China’s openness and a lack of solid data from the country’s authorities.

Sources close to the Ministry of Health told La Vanguardia on Wednesday, January 18, that the decision had already been made to remove the requirement as of March. They added that the situation in China had unfortunately delayed any announcement.

COVID-19 is under control in Spain and experts have said that while they support the move, caution was needed until the China situation became clearer. What they also don’t want to see is a decision having to be reversed once it’s been made.

Carolina Darias, the Minister of Health, has spoken that the end of the masks will be soon but that she was taking the advice of experts before making a final decision. She told SER Las Palmas: “We will have to see how the times evolve, although we must observe how China evolves to make the decision.”

Darias has said of the 500 tests carried out in recent days to china travelersa, only two tested positive, and more importantly, they are of known variants.

If that situation continues, masks on public transport could soon be a thing of the past.


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