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In a few days | Vaccinated people no longer need a test for a holiday in Spain

The summer vacation in Spain is becoming more and more uncomplicated ...

At least for those who are fully vaccinated: From June 7th, they do not have to show a negative PCR test when entering the country - regardless of which country they come from. This was announced by Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (49) on Friday.

Only those who have not yet been fully vaccinated must present a negative test at the airport, which must not be older than 72 hours. How Spain will control the vaccination is still open.

However, there are also countries whose citizens are allowed to enter Spain just like that, without a test and without quarantine. The list so far includes: Great Britain, Japan, Israel, Northern Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and China.

With the relaxation, Prime Minister Sanchez wants to help the tourism in Spain, which is lying on the ground, back on its feet. Nevertheless, it is difficult for many visitors to enjoy the sun and sangria carefree. Because: Hygiene and distance rules still apply on site. After the return flight, tourists in their home countries often first have to be quarantined, such as the British.

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German vacationers also have to be quarantined at home if they were in a risk area. So far, the RKI has only categorized the following regions as risk areas:

  • Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca, Formentera)
  • Canaries (Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote etc.)
  • Galicia
  • Valencia
  • Murcia
  • Ceuta

Other tourist regions such as Madrid, Catalonia (Barcelona) or Andalusia (Granada) are still considered risk areas.