Spain extends COVID entry barrier

Bris spent most in Spain
By Linsey McNeill
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Spain will continue to ban non-vaccinated adult British holidaymakers who haven’t recently recovered from COVID for at least another month.

Authorities decided yesterday not to relax entry restrictions until 15 June, at the earliest.

The announcement was made by the Minister of Interior of Spain as well as by the official Government website.

An order to allow only vaccinated or recently recovered arrivals from countries outside the European Union expired on Sunday, but it was immediately replaced with a new one extending all current restrictions.

Travellers from countries outside the EU aged 18 and over must hold a valid vaccination or recovery certificate.

Children aged 12 to 18 who aren’t vaccinated must have a negative PCR test. There are no restrictions for under 12s.

Travellers from other countries in the EU can also travel to Spain with a negative PCR test, even if they’re not vaccinated.

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