Spain opens borders for tourists
On June 5, the Spanish Ministry of Health announced that it will now be possible to enter the country with one of three documents: a certificate of vaccination, testing or recovery.
If a tourist comes from a country that is at risk, then a prerequisite is a negative PCR test result. This requirement is relevant even with a certificate of vaccination or recovery.
As of June 7, most third countries, including Ukraine, were at risk.
When entering Spain, the following factors must be considered:
- Test for coronavirus must be done either by PCR or express for antigen. The test is valid for 48 hours from the delivery of materials for analysis.
- Last dose vaccines must be received no later than 14 days prior to entry. The country accepts certificates for a vaccine that is approved by the EMA (European Medicines Agency) or the World Health Organization for emergency use.
- Convalescence certificate valid only if a person has been diagnosed with COVID-19 by PCR. From the moment of receiving a positive result for coronavirus, at least 11 days and no more than 180 days must pass.
- Documents must be in Spanish, English, German or French languages…
- Children under 6 years old are not required to present tests and other certificates.
- Before flying to Spain you need to fill in shape Online www.spth.gob.es or in the Spain Travel Health “SpTH” app by entering your details. As a result of filling, you will receive QR code, which must be presented to employees of the airport or airline before boarding the plane.
According to avianews.
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