Holidays to Spain are again on for unvaccinated Britons, following the Spanish Authorities’s resolution to overtake its coronavirus§12 entry guidelines. Spanish tourism minister, Reyes Maroto, has declared a “new part of the pandemic” which means Spain can chill out its guidelines.
The FCDO said: “No less than 11 days should have handed since your first optimistic COVID-19 nucleic acid amplification take a look at – NAAT (PCR or related) or fast antigen take a look at.
“The restoration report or certificates will likely be legitimate for 180 days from the date of the optimistic take a look at.”
Covid restoration paperwork should embrace your full identify, the date you first examined optimistic for COVID-19, the kind of take a look at administered (e.g. COVID-19 nucleic acid amplification take a look at – NAAT [PCR or similar] or fast antigen take a look at), the identify of the nation issuing the restoration report or certificates and documentary proof of the diagnostic take a look at from which the restoration certificates is derived.
Though Spain has eliminated the necessity to full a Journey Well being Management Kind for many who are totally vaccinated, those that haven’t acquired their vaccines should nonetheless fill out this kind.
The shape should be accomplished not more than 48 hours earlier than arriving in Spain.
Nevertheless, youngsters below the age of 12 don’t want to point out proof of being totally vaccinated, a damaging take a look at or a previous an infection earlier than travelling to Spain.
They’re additionally exempt from competing a Well being Management Kind.