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So what do I need to enter Spain?

With the requirements needed to enter Spain updated on the 07th of June what is needed by visitors.

VISITOR FROM ANOTHER EU COUNTRY AND THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA. 

 

If they come from a country with a low covid incidence and are not considered at risk. 

 

Click here to see the latest list.

 

No covid tests or proof of vaccination are needed. 

VISITOR FROM ANOTHER EU COUNTRY AND THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA. 

 

If they come from a country that is considered at risk. 

 

All except Iceland are currently on this list. 

 

These need 1 of 3 of the below requirements.

 

Vaccination certificate:

Issued by the competent authorities of the country of origin from 14 days after the date of administration of the last dose of the complete vaccination regimen. The accepted vaccines will be those authorized by the European Medicines Agency or those that have completed the emergency use process of the World Health Organization.

 

A Diagnostic certificate: negative PCR test or negative antigen issued within 48 hours before arrival in Spain.

 

Recovery certificate (proof that the disease has been overcome): issued by the competent authority or by a medical service at least 11 days after the first diagnostic test.

VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE THE EU OR THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA. 

If they come from a country with a low covid incidence and are not considered at risk.

Currently, the below countries are on this list. 

  1. Australia
  2. Israel
  3. Japan
  4. New Zealand
  5. Rwanda
  6. Singapore
  7. South Korea
  8. Thailand
  9. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  10. China and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macao (subject to the principle of reciprocity)

No covid tests or proof of vaccination are needed. 

VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE THE EU OR THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA. 

If they come from a country with a higher covid incidence and are considered at risk.

 

The entry of people travelling for tourism will be allowed if they have a vaccination certificate issued by the competent authorities of the country of origin from 14 days after the date of administration of the last dose necessary to complete the vaccination cycle.

 

The accepted vaccines will be those authorized by the European Medicines Agency or those that have completed the emergency use process of the World Health Organization. Currently, these vaccines are those produced by Pfizer-Biotech, Moderna, Astra-Zeneca, Janssen / Johnson & Johnson, Sinovac and Sinopharm.

 

Spain regularly reviews its risk list every two weeks.  The current list is valid up to midnight on June 27th.

Click here for the current list. 

All visitors need to fill out the Spanish locator form. www.spth.gob.es

Currently, there are exceptions to all the above for travellers from India, Brazil and South Africa.

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