SPAIN has extended its Covid entry requirements until the end of the month – affecting Britons traveling abroad for their Easter holidays.
By April 30 only vaccinated Britons or those who can show it Proof of recovery from Covid can enter Spain.
This means that unvaccinated people who cannot prove that they have contracted Covid within the last six months are still not allowed to enter the country.
The popular holiday destination was expected to ease entry requirements at the end of March, which would have given a boost to unvaccinated Brits with plans to visit Spain over the Easter holidays.
But acc local mediathe Department of Health has extended the rules until the end of this month, which will come as a blow to those unable to leave now.
Different rules apply to young people than they do do not need to be vaccinated to enter Spain.
Children between the ages of 12 and 17 who have not received both vaccinations can participate by presenting a negative PCR test carried out within 72 hours of their arrival in Spain.
Spain is also one of several European holiday destinations that has placed one Vaccine expiration dates.
In order to participate, you must be able to prove that you have been fully vaccinated against Covid within the last 270 days.
If it has been more than nine months since your second dose, you must have received a booster dose to be eligible.
It’s not all bad news, as Spain has eased many of its Covid restrictions in recent weeks.
The country has Dropped Covid testing and quarantine rules for anyone who has mild symptoms of the virus or is asymptomatic.
The suspension of Covid restrictions means bars and restaurants are back to 100 per cent capacity both indoors and outdoors and dancing in clubs and discos has finally returned.
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