COVID-19.- No need for health checks upon arrival in Spain for travellers vaccinated or from any of the secure countries in the list

Since today they are allowed to enter in Spain without any health chek upon arrival the travelers from safe non-EU countries. The list of this countries has been published today and includes: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Israel, South Korea, Thailand, Rwanda, China, as well as the United Kingdom and Japan.

“Without a doubt, great news” said the President of the Government of Spain Pedro Sánchez, who told about this point in the International Fair of Tourism Fitur, currently being held at IFEMA Madrid.

Green light for vaccinated travellers from June 7th

In addition, Sánchez explained that, as of June 7th, tourists from all countries with which there is not full freedom of movement, including the United States, will be able to enter Spain, provided they present upon arrival a certificate of being completely vaccinated with one of the vaccines approved by the EMA (European Medicines Agency or by the World Health Organization.

Two guidelines for travelers from EU member countries

As for the EU Member States, travelers from safe European territories, those listed in green according to the classification of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), will not have to meet sanitary requirements to enter Spain.

Travelers who come from European Union territories cataloged with the colors orange, red and dark red according to the ECDC traffic light, will be able to enter Spain with a PCR at origin or, as of June 7, if they are completely vaccinated with a vaccine authorized by the EMA or WHO.

Image on the holder.- The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, during his speech at the presentation of the Digital Green Certificate at the FITUR International Tourism Fair. Photo: Pool Moncloa / Fernando Calvo

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