Spain is a very popular holiday destination with Britons due to its sunny weather and stunning resorts. But recently due to the coronavirus outbreak, Spain has been forced into a state of emergency.
The death toll dropped by over 100 on Sunday.
Social distancing is still in place for those who have to return to work.
Lockdown is expected to last in Spain for just under a month with the current May 11 deadline.
This means that holidaymakers may have to wait a while until they are allowed back into the country.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is still advising Britons to only travel internationally if it is essential.
UK citizens in Spain have been urged to travel home as soon as possible.
However, once lockdown has been lifted and travellers can visit Spain, there could be some strict measures in place.
Spanish Minister of Industry, Trade, and Tourism, Reyes Maroto has said that the Spanish tourism industry is likely to struggle more than other sectors.
He said that the impact on the tourism industry was “difficult to calculate” as it depends on how long the crisis lasts and whether it will worsen.