Spain drops all Covid entry requirements for EU and Schengen travellers

Published on June 02, 2022
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Spain's Ministry of Health has just announced that the country is dropping all Covid related entry requirements for visitors coming from EU and Schengen countries.

The announcement applies starting from today, June 2nd, so it means that if you're coming to Spain from one of the EU member states or a Schengen state, you are no longer required to show a vaccination certificate, a negative test or a recovery certificate. 

This change in rules applies only to visitors from Schengen states and EU member states, so it does NOT apply to visitors coming from the UK or other third countries. 

UK visitors are still required to have either a vaccination certificate, a recovery certificate, or a negative test. The passenger locator form is no longer required!

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