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Spain changes Covid travel rules for Britons in new Foreign Office update

Spain has changed its Covid travel rules to allow unvaccinated Britons to visit over Easter and the summer break in 2022 but some entry requirements still apply.

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Spain is relaxing its rules for unvaccinated Britons

Planning Brits Spanish Holidays for Easter just got an extra boost as the country eased some entry requirements for unvaccinated travelers.

Previously Spain was only open to fully vaccinated holidaymakers.

However, in a new update shared on the UK Foreign Office website, Spain is welcoming back some unvaccinated travelers – provided they have recovered. from Covid within six months prior to travel. To enter Spain, visitors will be required to present a medical certificate or recovery record.

The rules apply to anyone 12 years of age or older, although Spain recently relaxed the rules so that unvaccinated young people aged 12-17 can be allowed to enter provided they negative PCR test results performed within 72 hours prior to arrival.

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Children under 12 years old are exempt from all testing and vaccination requirements.

All travelers are also required to fill out an application form prior to travel and obtain a QR code to present at the border.

It should be noted that in order to be considered fully vaccinated, you need to complete your full course of vaccinations within 270 days (nine months) prior to travel, or you will need a booster shot. to qualify.

The rules also apply to the Canary Islands and the Balearics.







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As for the local Covid rules in mainland Spain, face coverings are still mandatory in Spain for anyone aged six and over in both indoor public spaces and in transport. public.

British holiday options have increased in recent months. In fact, Spain is one of the 12 countries recently relaxed travel rules for Britons within the last few weeks.

Other holiday hotspots including France, Portugal, Greece and Cyprus have also eased restrictions including canceling pre-travel Covid tests for UK holidaymakers.

Meanwhile, the UK’s own travel rules changed back in February. Key changes include the removal of Covid tests for fully vaccinated travelers and the end of self-isolation rules for unvaccinated arrivals. However, the latter are still required to take both a Covid test before departure and after arrival.

All travelers to the UK will also need to fill out a passenger locator form.

If you’re planning a vacation, you might want to check out our guide to Latest holiday deals and cheap flight deals we think you’ll want on your radar – many of which include Spain, Balearics and Canaries as part of sales and discounts.

Travel restrictions can change quickly during a pandemic. Always check the Foreign Office Latest Spain travel tips before booking or traveling.

Do you think countries should cancel Covid’s entry rules altogether? Let us know in the comments below.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/travel/europe/spain-changes-covid-travel-rules-26366758 Spain changes Covid travel rules for Britons in new Foreign Office update

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