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UPDATE: Spain has eased its Covid entry rules

Spain's strict entry requirements, which previously allowed fully vaccinated travellers aged over 18 or who those have recovered from Covid in the last six months to enter, have been eased from Saturday 21 May.

Published by
C. 'silver-tooth' Sharpe·11/07/2024

On the 21 May, the Spanish government made a major relaxation of its Covid-entry rules. Until this point, UK travellers without a jab were not permitted to enter so this change of rules, right before the summer holidays will be a huge positive for British holidaymakers.

What are the new rules?

Anyone can now travel to Spain, regardless of vaccination status. The rules applies to any non-EU country (which now includes the UK) and entry is permitted with either a certificate of vaccination status, proof of recovery from the virus, or a negative pre-departure Covid-19 test result.

Children under the age of 12 are exempt from having to show any certificates.

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