En De
Total doses
given
95.5M
People fully
vaccinated
40.6M
% Fully
vaccinated
85.53%
Masks
Masks are required for flights, unless they have a condition that prevents this. Mask is required in all public indoor, public transport and all outdoor areas
COVID-19 test
Negative PCR test tested within 72 hours prior to arrival required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Unvaccinated passengers must complete the FCS health control form and present the generated QR code on arrival
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): PCR / LFT
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Movement Restrictions:

28.06.2022

As an important control measure against COVID-19; given the increase in the Accumulated Incidence to 14 days in Ceuta and the existence of cases of the highly contagious British strain in various parts of the national territory; the Ministry of Health; Consumption and Government will carry out antigen tests to students who return to their family home in Ceuta during the weeks and after the Christmas and Easter Holidays. It is a public health protection measure; whose objective is to limit the spread of COVID-19 to avoid new infections that may occur in the family environment; taking into account the increase in cases and outbreaks of coronavirus in the collective youth from several Spanish university cities. People who are interested in taking the test must fill out a form; which is available on the web https://www.ceuta.es/ceuta/covidestudiantes; a form that once completed will be sent automatically to the Ministry of Health; without the user having to do any other procedure. The tests are free for users. In the event that the test takes place after the return date; it is advised that the student remains isolated in a single room until then. The antigen test is an additional resource for the detection of new cases of COVID-19; but in no case does it replace the prevention and safety measures dictated by the health authorities; which are the mandatory use of a mask; frequent hand washing with soap and water or using a hydroalcoholic solution; keeping a safe distance from other people; keeping spaces aired and reducing contacts to the stable coexistence group.

19.05.2022

International travelers from risk countries must present a negative PCR in the last 72 hours; 27/03/2021: a control on the internal land border with France has been established. All people must have a negative PCR test (RT-PCR); a TMA test or another type of a diagnostic test performed within 72 hours prior to arrival. Exceptions apply; 26/05/2021: travellers from those non-EU countries of the Council Recommendation's list which are considered safe; namely UK; Australia; New Zealand; Singapore; Israel; South Korea; Thailand; Japan; China and Rwanda; will be able to enter Spain without any type of sanitary control/restriction (no PCR test result or vaccination proof required upon entry). This also applies to European travellers from countries classified as green; 07/06/2021: If you come from a country/area at risk; you must present a certificate or document proving vaccination; diagnostic test for active infection (PDIA) or recovery. Children under 12 years are exempt. For entry into Spain from third countries; you can only do so if you have a vaccination certificate with a complete schedule administered more than 14 days. For people from the UK and Northern Ireland; a diagnostic certificate of NAAT test is also needed. For passengers from countries/areas considered as NO risk; no additional requirements; 01/07/2021: The COVID Certificate EU Digital enters into force in Spain; 05/07/2021: All persons from risk areas in France; who arrive in Spain by land; must have a vaccination certificate administered more than 14 days; 27/11/2021: Passengers from countries or areas at risk; are required to present a vaccination/diagnostic/recovery certificate; upon arrival; 29/11/2021: Passengers from a Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Malawi; Mozambique; Namibia; South Africa; Zambia or Zimbabwe; must present a negative test result taken within 72 hours before arrival; 30/12/2021: people from countries with high risk; are required to present a negative diagnostic test certificate and; in addition; a certificate of vaccination or recovery; 14/02/2022: relaxed health requirements for entry to Spain for people between 12 and 17 years of age from outside the EU;

19.05.2022

Direct flights from Italy to Spain are banned; 16/03/2020: land border controls. Only Spanish citizens; residents in Spain; cross-border workers and those that can provide documentary evidence; causes of force majeure or an imperative need are allowed into Spain by land borders; 27/06/2020: Prohibition of entry into Spanish ports of cruise-type passenger ships that make international trips and navigate through the waters of the territorial sea in order to enter Spanish ports open to international navigation; 01/07/2020: temporary restriction on non-essential trips from third countries to the EU and other Schengen associated countries; 29/01/2021: temporary control on the internal land border with Portugal. Only certain categories of people are allowed to enter Spain; 06/07/2020: Government decides to limit flights between Brazil; South Africa and Spanish airports. There may only be flights to Spain that are occupied by Spanish or Andorran citizens; as well as residents of both countries or passengers in international transit to a non-Schengen country with a scale less than 24 hours; without leaving the transit area of the Spanish airport; 22/12/2020: A limitation of indirect and direct flights and passenger ships between the UK and Spanish airports and ports; and flights between Brazil; South Africa and Spanish airports has been put in place; 03/02/2021: increased restrictions on entry to Spain by air from Brazil and South Africa; 23/02/2021: Extension of entry restrictions to Spain from the UK; Brazil and South Africa; 01/05/2021: extension of restrictions on entry into Spain by air for passengers from countries outside the EU and the Schengen Area and flight limitations for Botswana; Comoros; Ghana; Kenya; Mozambique; Tanzania; Zambia; Zimbabwe; Peru; Colombia and India; 24/05/2021: Exceptions for certain third countries and special administrative regions whose residents are not affected by the temporary restriction of non-essential travel to the EU; 24/06/2021: the list of third countries and special administrative regions whose residents remain exempt from travel restrictions to the EU is updated; 18/06/2021: Member states should gradually lift the travel restrictions at the external borders for residents of certain third countries; 03/09/2021: update of the list of third countries and special administrative regions whose residents remain exempt from travel restrictions to the EU; 15/09/2021: update of the list of third countries and special administrative regions whose residents remain exempt from travel restrictions to the EU; 15/10/2021: update of the list of third countries and special administrative regions whose residents remain exempt from travel restrictions to the EU; 08/11/2021: update of list of countries or risk areas; 15/12/2021: high-risk countries have been added to the list of countries with travel restrictions; namely Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Malawi; Mozambique; Namibia; South Africa; Zambia and Zimbabwe.;1/03/2022: The European Union recommends that its member nations remove any non-essential travel bans for vaccinated tourists arriving from third countries starting March 1; 2022.

18.05.2022

12/06/2021 Curfew between 1:00 and 6:00 in 32 municipalities of Valencia; including Valencia capital; Benicàssim and Gandía.

18.05.2022

Limitation of territorial mobility within the perimeter closure of all autonomous communities (except for Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands) and cities and subject to the exceptions regulated in the Royal Decree 926/2020 of 25/10/2020. Entry into their territories will be limited to the cases established in the Royal Decree of 25/10/2020. Also; limitation of mobility at night from 11:00 p.m. and until 6:00 a.m.

18.05.2022

Perimeter closure for municipalities with 500 and 1;000 cases per 100;000 inhabitants within the scope of the 14 days of special measures. Also; perimeter closure and closure of non-essential activity for municipalities with more than 1;000 cases per population within the scope of the 14 days of special measures; 06/05/2021: Updated perimeter closure and closure of non-essential activity for the different municipalities; 09/05/2021: No curfew for Phase 1 municipalities.

18.05.2022

State of alarm declared; establishing a general prohibition of night mobility between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.; with each Autonomous Community being able to modulate its start between 10:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. and its end between 5:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. Its application will be for the entire country except for the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands; due to its better epidemiological situation. During this period; circulation will only be possible for justified reasons such as the acquisition of medicines; fulfillment of work obligations; care of the elderly or minors; and return home. The Autonomous Communities may decide to limit the entry and exit of their territories; for the entire perimeter of the community area; 02/12/2020: For the upcoming Christmas holidays (between 23/12/2020 and 06/01/2021); the autonomous communities and the autonomous cities will make effective the limitation of entry and exit in the autonomous cities provided for in article 6.1 of the Royal Decree 926/2020; of 25/12/2020; except for those trips; adequately justified. Also; regarding night mobility on the nights of 24/12/2020 and 31/12/2020; the autonomous communities and cities will make effective the limitation of the freedom of movement of people at night from 1:30 a.m. at the latest and only to allow the return home; 09/05/2021: end of state of alarm. Some regions may still request a justification of entry in their territory and demand a COVID-19 test for internal travellers and/or implement a local perimeter closure depending on incidence levels.

18.05.2022

The measures established in this BOCM will be applicable to all people who live in basic health areas with a high incidence; as well as to those who are owners of any economic; business or establishment of public use or open to the public located in the affected areas. The areas affected can change every 14 days after a review of the incidence in the whole region of Madrid. The entry and exit of people from the territorial areas is restricted except for those displacements; adequately justified; that occur for any of the following reasons: a) Assistance to health centers and services. b) Compliance with labour; professional; business or legal obligations. c) Assistance to educational and educational centers; including nursery schools. d) Return to the place of habitual residence. e) Assistance and care for the elderly; minors; dependents; people with disabilities or especially vulnerable people. f) To travel to financial and insurance entities. g) To carry out required or urgent actions before public; judicial or notarial bodies. h) To carry out renewals of official documentation; as well as other administrative procedures that cannot be postponed. i) To carry out exams or official tests that cannot be postponed. j) Due to force majeure or situation of need. k) Any other activity of a similar nature; duly justified and accredited. ; 24/05/2021: Restriction is lifted in the last confined basic health areas.

18.05.2022

As an important control measure against COVID-19; given the increase in the Accumulated Incidence to 14 days in Ceuta and the existence of cases of the highly contagious British strain in various parts of the national territory; the Ministry of Health; Consumption and Government will carry out antigen tests to students who return to their family home in Ceuta during the weeks and after the Christmas and Easter Holidays. It is a public health protection measure; whose objective is to limit the spread of COVID-19 to avoid new infections that may occur in the family environment; taking into account the increase in cases and outbreaks of coronavirus in the collective youth from several Spanish university cities. People who are interested in taking the test must fill out a form; which is available on the web https://www.ceuta.es/ceuta/covidestudiantes; a form that once completed will be sent automatically to the Ministry of Health; without the user having to do any other procedure. The tests are free for users. In the event that the test takes place after the return date; it is advised that the student remains isolated in a single room until then. The antigen test is an additional resource for the detection of new cases of COVID-19; but in no case does it replace the prevention and safety measures dictated by the health authorities; which are the mandatory use of a mask; frequent hand washing with soap and water or using a hydroalcoholic solution; keeping a safe distance from other people; keeping spaces aired and reducing contacts to the stable coexistence group.

17.05.2022

Operators of cruises on an exclusively national itinerary (cabotage navigation) will be obliged to establish strict procedures to reduce the risk of contagion on board and to provide adequate medical assistance in case of contagion; as well as procedures in ports on their route to; if necessary; organize themselves so that travelers and crew members can receive guarantees for their medical treatment before resuming their operations. This document aims to establish a minimum series of procedures that include the measures related to prevention and control to mitigate the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in the field of cruise-type passenger ships on exclusively national itineraries; as well as actions and communications that should be undertaken in the event of possible suspicions; cases or outbreaks related to Covid-19 in this area and communications prior to the departures or stopovers of these ships in ports of Andalusia.

06.05.2022

People who start respiratory symptoms and/or fever are recommended to stay at home avoiding to go to health centers; provided that their situation clinic allows it.

04.05.2022

Circulation must be carried out individually and will be limited to essential activities; such as food or medicine purchases; assistance to health centers or financial entities; return to habitual residence or assistance to vulnerable people. Travel to the workplace is also exempt; 27/03/2020: extension of the state of alarm until 11/04/2020; 09/04/2020: extension of the state of alarm until 26/04/2020.

04.05.2022

14/03/2020: State of alarm declared: no mobility allowed. Exceptions apply; 27/03/2020: extension of the state of alarm until 11/04/2020; 09/04/2020: extension of the state of alarm until 26/04/2020; 24/04/2020: Extension of the state of alarm until 10/05/2020; 08/05/2020: extension of the state of alarm until 24/05/2020; 22/05/2020: extension of the state of alarm until 07/06/2020; 03/06/2020: extension of the state of alarm until 21/06/2020; 05/06/2020: mobility between provinces or islands that belong to different autonomous communities can only occur when these territories have completed the de-escalation process and have reached the 'new normality'; 21/06/2020: end of state of alarm.

04.05.2022

The Government and the Autonomous Communities agree on coordinated public health actions in towns with more than 100;000 inhabitants that have an incidence greater than 500 cases per 100;000 people in the last 14 days: the entry and exit of people from the affected municipalities is not allowed; except for those suitably justified displacements.

28.04.2022

Meetings between 3:00 and 6:00 in the morning are prohibited both in public and private spaces; 15/01/2022: On Fridays; Saturdays; and Sundays; gatherings between 3:00 and 6:00 a.m. are prohibited; 29/01/2022: lifting of restrictions.

26.04.2022

Restrict the entry and exit of people who are or circulate in the municipality of Casariche; as well as those who are owners of any economic; business or establishment for public use or open to the public located in said municipality; except for those displacements; properly justified; 09/11/2020: end of restrictions.

25.04.2022

Extension of the state of alarm until 10/05/2020. As from 26/04/2020; children under 14 years of age will be able to go for a walk of; at most; one hour; accompanied by an adult and without moving more than a kilometer from his home. As from 02/05/2020; persons 14 years of age and older are empowered to circulate on the roads or spaces for public use to practice physical activities or any individual sport that does not require contact with third parties (between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. and between 8:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m); 08/05/2020: extension of the state of alarm until 24/05/2020; 22/05/2020: extension of the state of alarm until 07/06/2020. As from 25/05/2020; all of Spain will be at least in phase 1; while new territories will access phase 2: possible to circulate through the province; island or territorial unit of reference for the purposes of the de-escalation process; 03/06/2020: extension of the state of alarm until 21/06/2020; 21/06/2020: end of state of alarm.

11.03.2022

23/05/2021: for those national tourists entering the Balearic Islands and residents returing to the islands after a journey of more than 72 hours by air or sea who are not vaccinated; have not passed the COVID-19 or come from other autonomous communities or autonomous cities in Spain with a cumulative incidence of 14 days over 60 cases per 100;000 inhabitants (according to epidemiological data published on the website of the Spanish Ministry of Health); a negative diagnostic test result for active infection against SARS-CoV-2 is required; either PCR tests (within 72 hours prior to arrival) or also now Rapid Antigen Tests (within 48 hours prior to arrival); 01/11/2021: Restrictions lifted for national tourists and residents.

27.01.2022

Since 17/07/2020; the Government recommends not to leave the residence; except for work; health; assistance or care of people who require it; travel to financial institutions; buy food; drink or other raw materials; other purchases by appointment; activities of leisure or sport in the open air with habitual groups of coexistence; orchards of self-consumption and unavoidable procedures or other situations of force majeure or need.

13.01.2022

Curfew: from 1:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. in municipalities with more than 10;000 inhabitants with an incidence of more than 250 cases per 100;000 inhabitants in the last 7 days.

14.12.2021

Confinements : six municipalities are closed; Malpartida de Plasencia; Torrejoncillo and Moraleja; in the province of Cáceres; and Santa Amalia; Barcarrota and Valdelcalzada; in the province of Badajoz.

23.10.2021

10/05/2021: a new regulation applies for national travelers. Passangers arriving by air or sea in the Canary Islands from any of the Autonomous Communities and Cities of the Spanish State; excluding those under six years of age; must undergo a diagnostic test of active infection (PDIA) for SARS-COV-2 with a negative result; carried out in the 72 hours prior to arrival in the Canary Islands. In the exceptional case that the passenger has not carried out the PDIA in the 72 hours prior to arrival; they must isolate themselves at their residence and carry out a PDIA within 72 hours of their arrival; and the result must be sent to the Canary Islands Service. Isolation must be maintained until the obtention of a negative diagnostic test or; where appropriate; epidemiological discharge. Those who do not carry out the PDIA in the manner indicated in the previous sections; must keep isolation in their residence for 10 days; without prejudice to the sanctioning measures that may take place. The diagnostic tests for active infection admitted; at the passenger's choice; will be: 1. PCR (COVID-19 RT-PCR) 2. Transcription Mediated Amplification (TMA) and other tests based on equivalent molecular techniques: LAMP (Reverse Transcriptase Isothermal Amplification) NAAT (Nucleic Acid Amplification). 3. Rapid detection test for SARS-CoV-2 antigens with a specificity of more than 97% and a sensitivity of more than 80%; according to the corresponding approval of a country of the European Union or the European Economic Area. Certain exemptions to these PDIA exist for certain passengers meeting the corresponding requirements.

20.10.2021

From 17/07/2021; night confinement (curfew) from 01:00 to 06:00 in municipalities with more than 5;000 inhabitants with a cumulative incidence equal to or greater than 400 cases per 100;000 inhabitants; and also in those municipalities that are surrounded by municipalities with night confinement.

22.09.2021

Curfews are put in place in different autonomous communities in Spain due to incidence rates.

13.09.2021

Curfew from 02:00 a 07:00 in different municipalities due to incidence rates.

15.07.2021

Perimeter confinement of provinces until 19 March 2021. Prohibition of enter and exit in certain municipalities are still in place.

15.07.2021

Since April 7 2021; the province of Álava and 26 towns; including the city of Vitoria; are closed. Since March 29 2021; it began to apply perimeter closures in those municipalities with an incidence rate higher than 400 cases per 100;000 inhabitants in 14 days. Mobility with neighboring towns with regular traffic is allowed for shopping and outdoor physical activity.

14.06.2021

Curfew: The movement of people on roads or spaces for public use is limited between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. except for: acquiring medicines; medical devices and other essential goods; attending health centers; services and establishments or veterinary care centers for urgent reasons; fulfill labor; professional; business; institutional or legal obligations; return to the place of habitual residence after carrying out some of these activities; assist and care for the elderly; minors; dependents; people with disabilities or especially vulnerable people; due to force majure or situation of necessity or any other activity of a similar accredited nature; refuel at gas stations or service stations; when necessary to carry out the planned activities.The delegated competent authority may modulate; within its territorial scope; its start between 10:00 p.m. and 00:00 a.m. and its end between 5:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. Its application will be for the entire country except the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands; due to its better epidemiological situation. Regarding night mobility on the nights of December 24 to 25 and from December 31 to January 1; the autonomous communities and cities will make effective the limitation of the freedom of movement of people at night established in article 5 of the Royal Decree 926/2020; of October 25; being able to determine that the start time of this limitation begins; at the latest at 1:30 a.m. and only to allow the return home. The agreement emphasizes that in no case will this extension be used to travel to social gatherings. The Canary Islands is the only autonomous community that remains out of the state of alarm; due to its good coronavirus incidence data. The Canary Islands has not applied a curfew; although it will introduce it exceptionally for the Christmas period: from December 23 to January 10; it establishes it between 1:00 and 6:00; although it will be more flexible on December 24 and 31 -Night Eve and New Year's Eve-; extending it to 1:30 am. The night curfew in the Canary islands has been extended since Christmas until 9 May 2021. The night curfew is no longer in place in the country since 9 May 2021 as a result of the end of the state of the alarm. Navarra; Balearic Islands and Valencia left the night curfew later. In Galicia; there are no night mobility restrictions since May 9 in the region as a whole; although it will continue to be imposed in municipalities that exceed an incidence of 500 cases per 100;000 inhabitants.

03.05.2021

Instead of municipalities; sublocal regions ('comarques') have their perimiter closed.

03.05.2021

The region perimeter is closed again. Some municipalities might also be closed depending on incidence.

19.04.2021

This health control affects all passengers with a final destination in the Balearic Islands coming from Ceuta; Melilla; any Spanish autonomous community or from a foreign territory regardless of the cumulative incidence (AI) of COVID-19 at 14 days per 100;000 inhabitants. A documentary check will take place presenting the QR code obtained when filling in and sending the digital health check form (FCS). In addition; there is a health check through a diagnostic test of SARS-CoV-2 with negative result performed by TMA or RT-PCR.

19.04.2021

In the case of residents who come from autonomous communities that have a cumulative incidence of the virus in excess of 150 cases per 100;000 inhabitants; they will be offered three options: have a PCR at source in the 72 hours prior to their arrival. free; which will be assumed by the Government; in one of the agreed centers of the Health Service of the Balearic Islands (67 distributed in 17 autonomous communities); to be tested on arrival or if decided by the health authorities; a PCR at the health center; or do a 10-day quarantine at home.

19.04.2021

The region perimeter is open but the perimeter closure of all those municipalities with more than 3;000 inhabitants and with an incidence of more than 500 cases is maintained.

19.04.2021

Instead of municipalities; sublocal regions ('comarques') have their perimiter closed.

19.04.2021

Passengers traveling between islands; between March 26 and April 9; must submit a responsible statement proving the reason for the trip. For those trips that are not adequately justified; travelers from 6 years of age must present a negative active diagnostic test (PDIA) made in the 72 hours prior to arrival at the destination. It affects intra-island movements by air or sea; regardless of the level of alert in which the island is and the usual place of residence of the person who moves. Limitations and exceptions apply.

16.03.2021

Formentera and Ibiza are closed until 15 March 2021.

16.03.2021

From 7th January 29 municipalities; with more than 320;000 inhabitants; where the incidence of the virus is critical are confined: Alcoi; Castalla and Polop; in the province of Alicante; Borriol; Atzeneta del Maestrat; Soneja and Jérica; in Castellón; and Xàtiva; Ontinyent; Oliva; Utiel; Llíria; Canals; Ayora; Massanassa; Sedaví; Sollana; Guadassuar; Daimús; Benigànim; Moixent; Cheste; Sinarcas; Anna and Quatretonda Bonrepós i Miranbell; in the province of Valencia. As of March 1 2021; the municipal confinement of cities with more than 50;000 inhabitants -including the provincial capitals- during weekends and holidays has been canceled.

16.03.2021

The Government approved the October 25; 2020 declaring the state of emergency in the entire national territory to contain the spread of infections caused by SARSCoV-2. The entry and exit of people from the territory is restrictedfrom each autonomous community or city except for: attending health centers; services and establishments; fulfill labor; professional; business; institutional or legal obligations; attend university; teaching and educational centers; return to the place of habitual or family residence; assist and care for the elderly; minors; dependents; people with disabilities or especially vulnerable people; travel to financial and insurance entities or refueling stations in bordering territories; required or urgent actions before public; judicial or notarial bodies; renew permits and official documentation; as well as other administrative procedures that cannot be postponed; take exams or official tests that cannot be postponed; cause of force majeure or situation of need or any other activity of a similar nature;

16.03.2021

Closure of the seven main cities of the community -A Coruña; Lugo; Ourense; Pontevedra; Vigo; Ferrol and Santiago de Compostela- from October 30. 4 December: Perimeter closure of 56 municipalities; including five of the main cities of the community -A Coruña; Lugo; Pontevedra; Vigo and Ferrol-.

01.02.2021

The Government has approved today to raise Formentera -currently closed perimeter- to level 4 of alert by COVID-19 and has decreed the restriction of entrances and exits of people of Ibiza given the worsening of the epidemiological indicators and the need to curb the spread of infections.

18.12.2020

Entry and exit from the Autonomous Community and at the municipal level in Zaragoza; Huesca and Teruel are restricted from October 27 to November 30; except for justified reasons. From November 6 at 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM on the 30th of the same month; mobility between the three provinces is prohibited.

18.12.2020

Measure decided by the region of Murcia.

18.12.2020

Measure decided by the Region of Extremadura.

03.12.2020

Cordon sanitaire: Sotillo de la Ribera y Miranda de Ebro (16/09/2020); Sotoserrano (29/09/2020); Medina del Campo y El Carpio.

03.12.2020

Cordon sanitaire: Calahorra; Arnedo and Rincón de Soto.

03.12.2020

As of 12.00 on July 4 2020; all travel into and out of the Segrià region has been banned; except for people travelling to their workplaces; including transport; provision of services; trade and business and other economic activities. The restrictions do not affect traffic on motorways and dual carriageways when users' journeys begin and end outside the Segrià region and they do not leave these roads. The residents of the Segrià region are recommended to stay in their own municipality and limit travel to essential cases. Since July 23 2020; the free entry and exit of people from the territory is restricted. However; those movements; properly justified; that occur for any of the following reasons will be allowed: attendance at health centers; services and establishments; compliance with work; professional or business obligations; return to the place of habitual residence; assistance and care to elderly; minors; dependents; people with disabilities or especially vulnerable people. The movement of residents within the affected municipality is allowed; although displacement and non-essential activities are discouraged.

03.12.2020

Cordon sanitaire: Cantalejo y Carrascal - 22/08/2020.

02.12.2020

Measure decided by the regional government of Navarra.

20.11.2020

The Ministry of Health and the autonomous communities have agreed on the 1st of October; within the Interterritorial Council of the National Health System; new coordinated actions in public health to respond to situations of special risk due to uncontrolled transmission of Covid-19. The new measures have to be implemented in populations with more than 100;000 inhabitants that have an incidence greater than 500 cases per 100;000 people in the last 14 days; a positivity of diagnostic tests for active infection greater than 10% and those who are in autonomous communities with an ICU bed occupancy by Covid19 patients greater than 35% of the usual staff.

08.06.2020

National movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 13 April 2020 to 21 June 2020

As of 13 April, opening of productive activities, even if non-essential. Confirmed some previous exceptions for movement are allowed (very in line with the Italian ones). The roads are open but will be closed if considered necessary. Public transport reduced by at least a 50%. Inland goods transport it is allowed max of two people traveling together when needed for the kind of goods to transport. It is allowed to open the garages for repairings as well as shops related to spare parts for vehicles. Autist people and other people who could worse their condition due to cofinment, are to be allowed to move always respecting the means to avoid contact. Updated on the BOE of 17 March. Updated with BOE of 20th March. Transport operations reduced a 70% for those not obliged for public contract. Commuting tranposrt services will be reduced 20% during peak hours and 50% the rest of the day. Updated with BOE of 24th of March 2020. The State of Alarm has been prolongued until the 12th of April, accoding to the BOE published on the 28th of March 2020. From the 26th of April, it is allowed for children not older than 14 to go for a walk, for a maximum time of 1 hour, with one of his/her parents and not farther away than 1 Km from their home. People can do sport and go out 1 hour per day, respecting the time frames allowed, depending on some slots (kids, sport, elderly). Small shops are to be open, respecting the rules of keeping distance and one person per time if possible. These shops have to be of less than 400 squared meters, and those shops inside malls are not allowed to reopen. Allowed gatherings of up to 10 people. State of Alarm extended until the 7th of June 00:00. Mobility depends on the region, some regions are in phase 2 and other in phase 3 from Monday the 8th of June 2020.

International movement restrictions: Banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 March 2020 to 21 June 2020

Only foreigner diplomats are allowed to move inside and outside of the country, if these movements are work related. Any kind of flight to/from Italy are prohibited since 00.00 of the 25th of March. Only governmental flights with non commercial reason and in a stop over are allowed but no passengers are allowed to enter or leave the plane under any circumstance. Only planes to repatriate Spanish citizens and just those allowed by the health inister will be allowed to land and in designated airports only. Updated according to BOE of 25th of March 2020. Only spanish citizens, spanish residents, other eu residents going to the residence, transborder workers, helth workers and foreigners with diplomatic and/or working for International Organizations are allowed to cross terrestrial borders. This does not apply to transport of goods. Updated from BOE of the 26th of March 2020 and will take effect as of 00:00 of the 27th of March 2020.The State of Alarm has been prolongued until the 12th of April, accoding to the BOE published on the 28th of March 2020. From the 00:00 of the 10th of April it is extended the prohibition of entering Spanish ports of any cruise, no matter the origin and it is forbidden for any regular liner between Italy and Spain who has boarded passengers at Italian ports according to the BOE of the 9th of April 2020. Measures have been extended until the 00.00 of the 15th of May 2020 according to BOE of the 21st of April 2020. Checks to be re-established in the borders up to the 25th of May. State of Alarm extended until the 7th of June 00:00. Until the end of June all people entering Spain will have to be in quarantine.

20.04.2020

Four towns near Barcelona in lockdown (people confined to their homes and police blocking the roads). Followed by lockdown in southeastern region of Murcia in coastal areas popular with tourists.