Spain lifted all entry restrictions for travelers from third countries

Spain has lifted all entry restrictions for travelers from third countries

According to the Spanish Ministry of the Interior, as of October 21, medical control measures for arrivals from non-EU countries are no longer in effect. This means that from today all tourists from third countries will be able to enter Spain without coronavirus restrictions.

Based on this statement, all non-EU foreigners can now enter Spain even if they do not have a valid vaccination certificate, a certificate of recovery or a negative test. In addition, they are not required to comply with any other additional measures.

Travellers no longer need to fill out a medical control form. This requirement was abolished last month.

The Spanish Ministry of Health commented on the latest news as follows: the decision was made after analyzing the situation with COVID-19 in the country and in the world, as well as taking into account vaccination rates.

According to data provided by the World Health Organization, a total of 20,652 cases of COVID-19 infection have been reported in Spain in the past seven days.

86 percent of adults have completed their primary vaccination, with another 66.3 percent received their first booster dose.

8.8 million international tourists visited Spain in August, an increase of 87 percent compared to the same period in 2019.

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