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UK travellers who have not been vaccinated can now travel to Spain, including the Canary Islands, by showing a negative PCR or antigen test on arrival as the Spanish government confirms that non-vaccinated travellers from outside the EU can enter the country from Saturday 21st May.
The update is published in BOE which amends the ruling that was only extended last weekend until the end of June, meaning that anyone over 12 years of age from the UK can enter the country by showing either:
- Proof of vaccination: within 270 days of second jab or with a booster.
- Recovery certificate: at least 11 days after testing positive and within the last 6 months.
- Negative PCR or antigen test: PCR within 72 hours and antigen within 24 hours of departure.
- No locator form is necessary.
Spain accepts the UK's proof of Covid-19 vaccination record, either digitally, or as a printed download, and children under the age of 12 are exempt from submitting any type of certificate.
Please note masks are still mandatory on public transport including taxis and must be worn when visiting a medical centre, hospital or pharmacy.
PLEASE ALWAYS CHECK THE OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT WEBSITES FOR UP TO THE MINUTE RULES AND REGULATIONS.