Spain extends entry requirements for Covid from the UK for another month
The Ministry del Interior have confirmed that the entry requirements for travellers from third countries outside the EU and Schengen area to enter Spain, which includes from the UK, are being extended for another month until midnight on Friday 15th July 2022.
The extension takes immediate effect after being published in the BOE (Boletin Oficial del Estado) this morning, and means that Brits wanting to visit mainland Spain, the Canary Islands or the Balearics must still have proof of:
- Double vaccination within 270 days from second dose or having had a booster jab.
- A negative PCR test result within 72 hours of departure or a negative Antigen test result within 24 hours of departure.
- An official recovery certificate between 11 days and 6 months of testing negative after having had Covid.
This applies to anyone aged 12 years old and over, and no locator form is necessary if proven with the QR code via the NHS Covid Pass. If it is not possible via that app, you will have to complete a form to get a QR code.
Children under 12 don’t have to present anything to enter Spain.
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