The Gibraltar Government has confirmed that British and EU residents of Gibraltar are now able to cross the frontier into Spain.
The change follows direct contact between the Chief Minister and the Spanish Minister for the Interior, and comes in the wake of confusion over mixed messages earlier this week about a return to normal border flow.
Once in Spain, Gibraltar residents must comply with the ongoing requirements of Phase 3 of the Spanish de-escalation rules from the State of Alert.
Residents of Spain are also now able to move freely across the border and no longer require work contracts, a spokesman for Spain’s Ministry of the Interior told this newspaper, but must abide by public health regulations and guidance on either side.
The decision by the Ministry of the Interior to permit entry into Spain for Gibraltar residents exempts them from the requirement to keep 14 days of quarantine.