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Traveling To Spain From The United Kingdom: What Are The Rules?

Traveling To Spain From The United Kingdom: What Are The Rules?

There is good news for anyone in the United Kingdom who wants to go to Spain since the nation has relaxed its admission rules for those who have not been vaccinated.
Previously, you needed to be fully vaccinated in order to land in Spain. However, according to a new update posted on the UK Foreign Office website, Spain will allow unvaccinated travelers to enter the country as long as they have recovered from COVID-19 within the last six months, which is the most recent outbreak.
Visitors to Spain will now be required to provide a medical certificate or a recovery record in order to enter the country.

Are The Regulations The Same For Children As They Are For Adults?

These new regulations apply to anybody who is 12 years old or older, albeit a negative PCR test performed up to 72 hours before arrival will suffice for unvaccinated teens between the ages of 12 and 17.
You will not be required to submit your kid or children to any testing or immunization requirements if they are under the age of twelve.
For now, travelers must complete a pre-travel form and get a QR code, which must be shown at the border check.
In order to be considered completely vaccinated, you must have had both vaccinations within 270 days – nine months – of your departure from the United States. If this period has gone, you will be required to have a booster vaccination in order to be eligible.
The Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands are likewise subject to the same regulations.

In Spain, the COVID is in charge.

You still have to wear a face mask in indoor public spaces or on public transport in mainland Spain for anyone aged six or over.

Some other holiday destinations that have eased restrictions for UK holidaymakers include France, Portugal, Greece, and Cyprus.

Back in February, the travel rules in the United Kingdom changed so that there would be no more COVID-19 tests for fully vaccinated travelers, as well as the end of self-isolation rules for unvaccinated arrivals.

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