Tourism under Covid: What will change in Spain travel from this Monday, June 7

It is Monday, June 7 that the vaccination certificate applies for visiting Spain. Here is what you need to know.

Announced by the head of the Spanish government, Pedro Sánchez, the vaccination certificate for entering Spain will come into force from midnight this Monday, June 7.

Thus, from Monday, “all travelers arriving from a country or territory at risk of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus must present a certificate or a document that justifies their vaccination against Covid-19, which is required for screening.” Have a negative certificate of. To be able to enter Spain, test for active infection or a certificate of immunity after recovery from the disease”.

All vaccinated people and their families will be welcomed to our country Spain from 7 June.

and the Spanish Foreign Ministry, to add that “this could be a digital Covid certificate for European citizens from the EU, or a document justifying the cases cited above, whether you are a member of an EU member state or a third come from the country. Children below the age of six are not required to produce such certificate or supporting documents.”

On May 21, Pedro Sánchez said, “From June 7, all vaccinated people and their families will be welcome to our country, Spain, regardless of their country of origin.”

UK travelers will be able to show up without any restrictions

The population specifically targeted by the Spaniards is predominantly British. Travelers from the United Kingdom will be able to reach Spanish soil without any restrictions, without any requirements and health checks. Bordering, however, they will have to follow a quarantine at their home upon their return, with Spain appearing on the United Kingdom’s orange list of authorities.

As a reminder, truck drivers, cross-border workers and frontline workers within a radius of 30 km from their home are exempted from PCR tests.

(source independent)

* France is considered a country at risk by Spain.

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