Spain keeps restrictions in place for Easter hols

By Linsey McNeill
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Spain has opted not to relax its entry requirements for British holidaymaker in time for the Easter holidays.

Instead, it has extended the rule that British arrivals from the age of 18 must be fully vaccinated and those who had their second jab more than 270 days previously must also be boosted to enter.

Adults who don’t qualify as fully vaccinated will only be allowed into Spain if they can prove they’ve recently recovered from COVID by showing a certificate to show they tested positive in the previous six months but no sooner than 11 days before their trip.

Children aged 12 to 17 who aren’t vaccinated can holiday in Spain this Easter as long as they are travelling with a vaccinated adult and they take a negative COVID PCR test.

Younger children are exempt from the travel restrictions, which have been extended till the end of April.

Everyone must also fill out a pre-travel form to obtain a QR code to show on arrival in Spain.

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