As a local event expert in Spain, Cititravel DMC would like to maintain you updated about the current procedures indicated by the Spain Travel Health portal. The Government of Spain has put in place a series of procedures to control the public’s health and the control of tourists arriving in Spain.
As from the 23rd of November 2020, tourists who come from a high-risk country (in relation to the coronavirus cases), will need to demonstrate a document with a NEGATIVE PCR result to be able to enter Spain. This test certificate must be carried out within 72 hours prior to your arrival, and you will need to show it at the control points upon arrival in Spain. The list of countries or risk areas that will require the PCR test and certificate has been published in the Official State Gazette (BOE) and will be reviewed every 15 days on the website of the Ministry of Health and Spain Travel Health.
Since the 10th of December 2020, it is also allowed to enter Spain with a TMA (Transcription-Mediated Amplification) test, which is another diagnostic test that is accepted apart from the more known PCR.
However, Cititravel recommends you to always carefully check and revise the latest updates as stated on the website of the Spanish Ministry of Health.
Apart from a negative PCR-test upon arrival in Spain, visitors will have to fill out a Health Control Form before travelling, after which you will receive a unique QR code. The form can be found on https://www.spth.gob.es/ or you can simply download the app from the same website on your mobile device. We also recommend you to always check with your flight company what the exact rules and measures are, as these might change over time.
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