IT’S OFFICIAL: Third dose for travel to Spain 2022
Register in the Traveler’s Registry, a tool of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that collects travelers’ personal and travel information so that they are reachable in case of a serious emergency.
Avoid close/direct contact (keep at least 1 meter distance) with people who may suffer from acute respiratory infections, coughing, sneezing, expectoration. Do not share personal belongings;
Older travelers and those with underlying health problems are at risk for more severe disease and should assess the risk of travel to affected areas with a health care professional at an International Vaccination Center;
Due to high seasonal influenza activity in the Northern Hemisphere of the world and in accordance with national recommendations, travelers for whom it is indicated should receive seasonal influenza vaccine at least two weeks prior to travel;
If during your stay in affected areas you develop symptoms consistent with an acute respiratory infection, such as fever, cough or shortness of breath, you should contact local health authorities and follow their recommendations.
Traveling without vaccinations: These countries eliminated sanitary requirements.
In addition, almost all restrictions in Andorra have been eliminated and the vaccination or recovery certificate is no longer required to enter restaurants, museums or hotels. Even so, if you are going to visit tourist attractions such as the Caldea Spa, it is advisable to go to the respective website to see what documentation is required. The use of face masks is still obligatory in hospitals, health centers and social health centers.
Brussels, Bruges, Ghent, Antwerp… They are all European gems that you are sure you are eager to visit and you don’t have to wait any longer to travel to this corner of Europe during the coronavirus crisis because it is possible to travel for tourism.
The beaches and national parks of Croatia are great to disconnect after so much time at home, but can we go right now? Well, it looks like we can travel to Croatia despite the coronavirus because the country is determined to continue to be one of the pioneers in boosting European tourism.
Are you looking forward to seeing the wonderful Lake Bled with your own eyes? Maybe you want to travel in Europe during the coronavirus and Slovenia tops your list. You don’t have to wait any longer because the government has decided to allow entry to travelers who want to travel to Slovenia now in 2022.
Which countries can I travel to in June 2021?
Thus, before planning a trip for this summer, it is recommended to find out about the conditions imposed by the destination country. The website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has a “Travel Recommendations” section where the requirements of each country are updated daily.
To warn those who plan to travel, Foreign Affairs has published the warning that “all travelers should be aware of the possibility of being affected abroad by restrictions of any kind that prevent or alter their freedom of movement”.
BoliviaBolivia’s external borders are closed and mobility within the country is severely restricted. Entry is restricted to Bolivians and residents, after testing and quarantine in authorized hotels. Non-Bolivians and non-residents are prohibited from entering the country.
ColombiaNon-Colombian nationals and non-residents are not authorized to enter Colombia. Persons authorized to enter the country must undergo a mandatory 14-day preventive isolation.
Countries for travel without vaccination (or with non-approved vaccination)
Italian citizens in Colombia must strictly respect the indications of the Colombian authorities for the prevention of contagion. It is recommended to consult frequently, in addition to the website of the Embassy of Italy in Bogota, also the websites and social networks of the Ministry of Health of Colombia and of the different Authorities for information on the health situation, and the website of Migration Colombia.
Until September 30, 2022, it will be mandatory to use face masks type FFP2 in public transport (trains, ships, buses and other means of transport), in socio-health and socio-assistance structures, and in sanitary structures.
For the issuance of the European Green Certificate in favor of Italian citizens (also residing abroad) and their cohabiting relatives, as well as foreign citizens residing in Italy for work or study reasons and all subjects registered in any capacity with the National Health Service who have been vaccinated abroad, the vaccines recognized by the EMA are considered valid.