2022 new requirements for travel to spain
BulgariaBulgaria has lifted all pandemic travel restrictions and, therefore, it is no longer necessary to present vaccination or recovery certificates or negative test results for the disease. This applies equally to travelers from the European Union and the rest of the world.
SloveniaSlovenia has lifted all travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic and no longer requires quarantine or certificates of vaccination, recovery or negative test results for the virus when entering the country.
HungaryOn March 7, Hungary lifted all pandemic travel restrictions for travelers and therefore no longer requires vaccination or recovery certificates or negative test results for the disease. This applies equally to travelers from the European Union and the rest of the world.
PolandPoland has lifted all pandemic travel restrictions and, therefore, it is no longer necessary to present certificates of vaccination or recovery or negative test results for the disease. This applies equally to travelers from the European Union and the rest of the world.
Requirements for travel to Spain in 2022: vaccinations and tests
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Passengers who have passed the disease will be able to present a certificate of recovery as long as more than 11 days have passed since the first positive NAAT test was performed. This certificate will be valid for 180 days thereafter.
What is clear to us is that we were born with a purpose: to improve people’s lives through travel. We are a multinational travel agency, duly registered in the Community of Madrid with CICMA 3035, CIF: B87008611 and official headquarters in 28703 San Sebastián de Los Reyes – Madrid.
Traveling to spain without vaccination certificate Covid-19
We travel more and more and for different reasons: tourism, work, business, humanitarian cooperation, and sometimes we travel to very distant places. In all these situations we must take a series of precautions to protect our health.
In the same way that we organize details relating to transportation and stay, it should also be standard practice to take the necessary health measures to reduce the risks associated with travel, by consulting specialized health professionals at international vaccination centers and health centers.
If your destination is a tropical or subtropical country with endemic malaria, you should be aware that malaria is a serious disease transmitted by a mosquito (Anopheles) that injects the malaria parasite into the blood when it bites.
Although there are four species of the malaria parasite that can infect humans and produce the disease (Plasmodium falciparum, P. malariae, P. vivax and P. ovale), it is only P. falciparum that is potentially life-threatening. There is a real risk that anyone of any age can contract this disease.
OFFICIAL: Third dose for travel to Spain 2022
If you are going to travel within the national territory, please consult the information provided by the Autonomous Communities in relation to their requirements to the traveler through the following
* Based on Article 5.2. of the Agreement on the Accession of the Kingdom of Denmark to the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement of 14 June 1985 on the gradual abolition of checks at common borders, signed in Schengen on 19 June 1990, passengers coming from Greenland and the Faroe Islands will not be subject to border checks.
At present, there are no countries that are required to take additional measures to those already mentioned. In the event that the epidemiological situation in a country/territory or zone worsens to an alarming degree, exceptional health control measures may be applied to passengers arriving from such countries/zones.