Spain: to enter the European country it will be necessary to present the vaccination certificate and to have waited 14 days after the second dose of the vaccine
THE Spain updated its rules for receiving tourists in the country and announced this Tuesday (24) that Brazilian tourists will no longer have the mandatory quarantine and will allow the entry of vaccinated people in Brazil, including people who have been vaccinated by the CoronaVac.
The only established requirement is that the traveler has been fully vaccinated for at least 14 days, and a vaccination certificate is required to prove this. Any person infected with Covid-19 you will be able to present a certificate of recovery, translated into Spanish, English, French or German, and indicate that 11 days have passed since the last positive test result.
For Spaniards, EU citizens or people living in the vicinity do not need to prove that they have been vaccinated, as does the Spaniard's spouse.
Visitors arriving at Spain traveling to another country will be able to stay in the international area of the airport. In addition, those who travel to another country in the Schengen area (composed of 26 European countries) can only continue their trip if they have taken both doses of the immunizer against the coronavirus.
At the airport, tourists will undergo tests such as temperature and, eventually, an antigen test. The authorities in Spain may deny the person entry for health reasons. A form must be completed before the flight, and travelers will receive a QR code that must be shown before and after boarding.
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