Spain removes COVID regulations but still asking travellers to obey entry rules

In Spain, the majority of the COVID-19 restrictions have been removed, but still, the nation requires entry rules based on the travellers’ country of origin.

As per the details shared by Spain’s official travel website, the travellers from the European Union/Schengen Area, as well as those from the secure third countries, will be able to go through less strict rules and regulations when getting entry in Spain.

The travellers from the overall nations are required to obey more strict measures.

Along with this, the authorities of Spain has illustrated from the EU/Schengen Area nations that are the part of the risk list, where the cases of the COVID-19 infection is rising gradually are permitted entry by presenting one of the certificates that are that part of the EU Digital COVID Pass, recovery, test certificate and a vaccination pass.

The Spanish authorities mentioned in the statement, “If you come from a country at risk in relation to COVID-19, you must present a certificate or document proving vaccination, diagnostic test for active infection or recovery from COVID-19.”

According to the statement, the individuals (EU/Schengen Area travellers) that are not vaccinated yet can also get access in Spain if they present a recovery Certificate or a negative COVID-19 test result.

The nation approves the recovery certificates as it shares the information that the holder has been successfully recovered from the virus in the previous 180 days.

About the COVID-19 tests, the country has given the green light to the PCR and rapid antigen tests. It has been mentioned that the PCR test should be taken within 72 hours before the arrival in Spain for considering it as valid.

However, the strict rules apply to third-country travellers. The un-vaccinated people from the third country have also not recovered from the virus yet will not get entry in Spain.

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