En De
Total doses
given
95.1M
People fully
vaccinated
40.6M
% Fully
vaccinated
86.75%
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

Quarantine:

31.05.2022

30/03/2020: Casual contacts with a possible; probable; or confirmed case of COVID-19 should continue with normal work activity and surveillance of symptoms. Close contacts with a possible; probable; or confirmed case of COVID-19: the worker will be removed from work activity and will be quarantined at home for 14 days with active monitoring of symptoms. Carrying out a diagnostic test by PCR will be assessed after 7 days. If the PCR is negative; the person can return to professional activity; 30/04/2020: same as before; 22/05/2020: Close contacts of confirmed cases will quarantine at home for 14 days from the date of last contact with the case. If during the 14 days of quarantine you develop symptoms; you will be considered a suspected case; you must immediately self-isolate in your place of residence and urgently contact the person in charge established for your follow-up. If the contact is still asymptomatic at the end of their quarantine period; they can return to their normal routine; 08/06/2020: same as before; 15/02/2021: In the event of any suspicious case in working people; isolation will be maintained pending the result of the PDIA until 3 days have elapsed since the resolution of the fever and the clinical picture with a minimum of 10 days from the onset of symptoms. It will not be necessary to carry out a PCR to lift the isolation or to return to work. In asymptomatic cases; isolation will be maintained until 10 days have elapsed from the date of taking the sample for diagnosis; 16/07/2021: Vaccinated contacts: workers who have received a complete vaccination schedule and are considered close contacts will be exempt from quarantine; if they use appropriate PPE; 22/12/2021: Quarantine will be indicated for 10 days after the last contact with a confirmed case. The contact will be instructed to remain at home during quarantine. Additionally; if during the 4 days after the end of the quarantine the appearance of symptoms continues; the person must remain isolated at home; 30/12/2021: In close contacts who are not vaccinated; the quarantine will be 7 days as long as they do not develop symptoms during this period. In the following 10 days after the last contact; they must take extreme protection measures. In close contacts; both vaccinated and unvaccinated; performing PDIA will be prioritized for vulnerable people and people who care for them (professionals or relatives) as well as the health or socio-health personnel; 25/03/2022: Close contacts will not quarantine. However; during the 10 days after the last exposure they should take extreme precautions and reduce social interactions as much as possible. In the event of the appearance of symptoms; they should act as indicated for all persons with symptoms compatible with COVID-19.

31.05.2022

Cases (possible or confirmed) with mild symptoms are requested to stay at home; 30/03/2020: If the worker of a critical operator of essential services presents symptoms compatible with an acute respiratory infection; a surgical mask will be put on and he will withdraw from his professional activity. Detection of SARS-CoV-2 infection will be performed after 48-72 hours. If the PCR is negative; he/she can return to professional activity. If the PCR is positive and the symptoms do not require hospitalization; a 14-day home quarantine will be carried out. Carrying out a diagnostic test by PCR will be assessed after 7 days. If the PCR is negative; he/shecan return to professional activity. Otherwise; the worker will return to their position after the PCR is negative; 22/05/2020: All suspected cases will be kept in isolation pending the result of the PCR. In cases that do not require hospital admission; home isolation will be indicated. Isolation will be maintained until 3 days have elapsed since the resolution of the fever and the clinical picture with a minimum of 14 days from the onset of symptoms. In asymptomatic cases; isolation will be maintained until 14 days have elapsed from the date of diagnosis; 08/06/2020: If during the 14 days of quarantine you develop symptoms; you will be considered a suspected case; you must immediately self-isolate in your place of residence and urgently contact the person in charge established for your follow-up; 22/12/2021: All suspected cases will be kept in isolation pending the result of the PDIA. In case of a negative PDIA; and if it is not considered a probable case; the case is ruled out and the isolation ends. Both confirmed cases with PDIA and probable cases will be handled in the same way; 30/12/2021: A period of 7 days is established for the isolation of confirmed asymptomatic cases or with mild symptoms; if at the end of this period the person is asymptomatic and at least 3 days have elapsed after the resolution of symptoms; including asymptomatic/mild cases that occur in centers for the elderly and other social health centers; 25/03/2022: For people with symptoms compatible with COVID-19; a PDIA is indicated for those meeting specific vulnerability criteria. If after a negative result of a PDIA there is a worsening of the clinical picture; a second PDIA will be performed; at least 48 hours apart from the previous one. Confirmed cases should take extreme precautions and reduce social interactions as much as possible for 10 days after the onset of symptoms/diagnosis in the case of asymptomatic people.

18.05.2022

15/05/2020: 14-day quarantine for all people from abroad; 22/02/2021: For people arriving by flight from Brazil or South Africa must be quarantined for 10 days after arrival; or during the entire stay in Spain if this was less than that period. This period may end earlier; if on the 7th day the person performs a diagnostic test and the result is negative; 08/03/2021: mandatory 10-day quarantine to passengers on flights from 10 other countries (Brazil; South Africa; Botswana; Comoros; Ghana; Kenya; Mozambique; Tanzania; Zambia; Zimbabwe; Peru and Colombia); 27/04/2021: India also included in this list; 15/05/2021: extension of previous legislative order for people arriving from India; 27/07/2021: quarantine for passengers from Argentina; Bolivia; Colombia and Namibia for 10 days following arrival; 10/08/2021: Brazil and South Africa also added to the list of countries for quarantine; 29/11/2021: mandatory quarantine for flights from South Africa; Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Mozambique; Namibia and Zimbabwe; 13/12/2021: mandatory 10-day quarantine on flights from Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Malawi; Mozambique; Namibia; South Africa; Zambia and Zimbabwe; 27/12/2021: no traveller from abroad is subject to quarantine upon arrival in Spain.

18.05.2022

Isolation for 3 days; since the resolution of the fever and the clinical picture with a minimum of 14 days from the onset of symptoms; 22/12/2021: same as before; 25/03/2022: in the event of a case with compatible symptoms in a resident; the case will be isolated until the PDIA (diagnostic test) result is obtained. If the result is positive; the isolation of the case will be maintained; and close contacts will be studied. Confirmed cases will be isolated for 5 days from the onset of symptoms or from diagnosis in asymptomatic cases; ending the isolation provided that 24 hours have elapsed after the resolution of symptoms. For those with severe disease or immunosuppression; the isolation period will be adapted based on the clinical course. The social-health personnel in which the infection is confirmed will not go to their work center during the first 5 days from the onset of symptoms or from the date of diagnosis in the case of asymptomatic people. After this time; and provided that 24 hours have elapsed since the disappearance of fever or improvement of symptoms; the personnel who have direct contact with the residents will undergo an Ag test and if the result is negative; they will be able to rejoin their workplace. If the result is positive; it can be repeated every 24 hours. The rest of the staff can be incorporated after the 5th day; if the symptoms have disappeared.

27.04.2022

The PassCOVID.gal app is a tool of the Xunta de Galicia to help us take care of COVID-19. The application will allow you to receive warnings; be informed of restrictions; recommendations; public services and news; receive information on whether you have been to a place where an outbreak has occurred; whether it is close contact or whether you have been diagnosed with COVID-19. In this case; you will also be able to know your COVID Radar code and collaborate with the Xunta de Galicia in the management of the pandemic; informing you of your close contacts and the establishments where you have been. Among other features; the application allows: Receive important warnings for the population; know the news about the state of the pandemic and consult the updated recommendations. Access available utilities such as the self-test tool; the home care platform or the traveler's stay registration form in Galicia. You can receive information on whether you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or identified as close contact. if you have been diagnosed; you can add your close contacts and share them with the Galician Health Service. In this case; if you also have the COVID Radar app installed; you can consult your personal code to enter it in that app. You will receive personalized notices for any specific situation that affects you in relation to COVID-19

27.04.2022

Web and ‘App’ allow their users to geolocate; as long as they activate this functionality. This will make it possible to better organize health resources in order to achieve a more agile and effective response in each particular case; by decongesting telephone attention on 900 102 112. This new tool makes it possible for any citizen; from home; to access and consult questionnaires that will examine the symptoms of coronavirus and possible ailments they may have.

27.04.2022

ContactCovid.cat is the digital tool for identifying COVID-19 close contacts; via SMS that suspicious; positive cases and close contacts will receive on mobiles. The digital tool ContactCovid.cat that the Catalan Health Service has launched allows that from the moment a person is prescribed a diagnostic test to be a suspect in Covid-19; they can report their close contacts so that if If it were positive; close contacts would receive an SMS through the ContactCovid.cat tool. Via SMS; close contacts are informed that they are a close contact reported by a positive COVID-19 and are informed of the precautions to be taken.

27.04.2022

12/02/2021: the download of a QR code through previous registration in a mobile application is required by clients and owners in bars and restaurants to facilitate the tracking of COVID-19 cases; 12/03/2021: application becomes voluntary; as the Ministry of Health showed great interest in working on a similar application that would have a national character.

25.04.2022

30/03/2020: Casual contacts with a possible; probable; or confirmed case of COVID-19 should continue with normal work activity and surveillance of symptoms. Close contacts with a possible; probable; or confirmed case of COVID-19: the worker will be removed from work activity and will be quarantined at home for 14 days with active monitoring of symptoms. Carrying out a diagnostic test by PCR will be assessed after 7 days. If the PCR is negative; the person can return to professional activity; 30/04/2020: same as before; 22/05/2020: Close contacts of confirmed cases will quarantine at home for 14 days from the date of last contact with the case. If during the 14 days of quarantine you develop symptoms; you will be considered a suspected case; you must immediately self-isolate in your place of residence and urgently contact the person in charge established for your follow-up. If the contact is still asymptomatic at the end of their quarantine period; they can return to their normal routine; 08/06/2020: same as before; 15/02/2021: In the event of any suspicious case in working people; isolation will be maintained pending the result of the PDIA until 3 days have elapsed since the resolution of the fever and the clinical picture with a minimum of 10 days from the onset of symptoms. It will not be necessary to carry out a PCR to lift the isolation or to return to work. In asymptomatic cases; isolation will be maintained until 10 days have elapsed from the date of taking the sample for diagnosis; 16/07/2021: Vaccinated contacts: workers who have received a complete vaccination schedule and are considered close contacts will be exempt from quarantine; if they use appropriate PPE; 22/12/2021: Quarantine will be indicated for 10 days after the last contact with a confirmed case. The contact will be instructed to remain at home during quarantine. Additionally; if during the 4 days after the end of the quarantine the appearance of symptoms continues; the person must remain isolated at home; 30/12/2021: In close contacts who are not vaccinated; the quarantine will be 7 days as long as they do not develop symptoms during this period. In the following 10 days after the last contact; they must take extreme protection measures. In close contacts; both vaccinated and unvaccinated; performing PDIA will be prioritized for vulnerable people and people who care for them (professionals or relatives) as well as the health or socio-health personnel; 25/03/2022: Close contacts will not quarantine. However; during the 10 days after the last exposure they should take extreme precautions and reduce social interactions as much as possible. In the event of the appearance of symptoms; they should act as indicated for all persons with symptoms compatible with COVID-19.

22.04.2022

Cases (possible or confirmed) with mild symptoms are requested to stay at home; 30/03/2020: If the worker of a critical operator of essential services presents symptoms compatible with an acute respiratory infection; a surgical mask will be put on and he will withdraw from his professional activity. Detection of SARS-CoV-2 infection will be performed after 48-72 hours. If the PCR is negative; he/she can return to professional activity. If the PCR is positive and the symptoms do not require hospitalization; a 14-day home quarantine will be carried out. Carrying out a diagnostic test by PCR will be assessed after 7 days. If the PCR is negative; he/shecan return to professional activity. Otherwise; the worker will return to their position after the PCR is negative; 22/05/2020: All suspected cases will be kept in isolation pending the result of the PCR. In cases that do not require hospital admission; home isolation will be indicated. Isolation will be maintained until 3 days have elapsed since the resolution of the fever and the clinical picture with a minimum of 14 days from the onset of symptoms. In asymptomatic cases; isolation will be maintained until 14 days have elapsed from the date of diagnosis; 08/06/2020: If during the 14 days of quarantine you develop symptoms; you will be considered a suspected case; you must immediately self-isolate in your place of residence and urgently contact the person in charge established for your follow-up; 22/12/2021: All suspected cases will be kept in isolation pending the result of the PDIA. In case of a negative PDIA; and if it is not considered a probable case; the case is ruled out and the isolation ends. Both confirmed cases with PDIA and probable cases will be handled in the same way; 30/12/2021: A period of 7 days is established for the isolation of confirmed asymptomatic cases or with mild symptoms; if at the end of this period the person is asymptomatic and at least 3 days have elapsed after the resolution of symptoms; including asymptomatic/mild cases that occur in centers for the elderly and other social health centers; 25/03/2022: For people with symptoms compatible with COVID-19; a PDIA is indicated for those meeting specific vulnerability criteria. If after a negative result of a PDIA there is a worsening of the clinical picture; a second PDIA will be performed; at least 48 hours apart from the previous one. Confirmed cases should take extreme precautions and reduce social interactions as much as possible for 10 days after the onset of symptoms/diagnosis in the case of asymptomatic people.

22.04.2022

Any asymptomatic person who meets the definition of contact should be informed and active surveillance initiated. If during the 14 days after exposure the person develops respiratory symptoms; he/she must immediately self-isolate at home and urgently contact the person in charge. Contacts who develop respiratory symptoms during their follow-up; within 14 days of exposure; even if they do not meet the clinical case criteria; should be investigated to rule out infection by the new coronavirus; considering them a case under investigation. If the result is positive; and does not require hospitalization; isolation will be recommended; which may be at home or in the place established by the Public Health Authorities; 22/05/2020: All suspected cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection will undergo a PCR (or other molecular diagnostic technique) in the first 24 hours. If the PCR is negative and there is a high clinical suspicion of COVID-19; the PCR will be repeated with a new sample from the respiratory tract. If the PCR continues to be negative and several days have elapsed since the onset of symptoms; IgM detection may be considered using an ELISA-type serological test or other high-throughput immunoassay techniques; 08/06/2020: same as before; 19/06/2020: As soon as a suspected case is detected; activities to identify close contacts will begin. The period to be considered will be from 2 days before the onset of symptoms of the case until the moment in which the case is isolated. If the PCR of the suspected case is negative; the identification and control of the contacts will be suspended. In asymptomatic cases confirmed by PCR; contacts will be searched from 2 days before the date of diagnosis; 21/12/2020: Any person who is identified as a close contact must be informed and active or passive surveillance will begin. If the diagnostic test is positive; the contact will be considered a case and will be handled as such. If the diagnostic test is negative; and it is done at any time prior to 10 days after the last contact; quarantine must be fulfilled until day 10; 15/02/2021: Any person with suspected infection will undergo a diagnostic test within the first 24 hours. If the PDIA is negative and there is a high clinical-epidemiological suspicion of COVID-19; it is recommended to repeat the test. If a rapid antigen detection test was initially performed; a PCR will be performed. If a PCR was performed initially; the PCR will be repeated at 48 hours; 16/07/2021: same as before; 22/12/2021: In the event of any suspicious case; it is indicated to begin the identification of their close contacts. The identification of the rest of the close contacts (not living together) may be delayed until the case is classified as a confirmed; provided that said confirmation can be guaranteed within 24-48 days; 30/12/2021: the identification of close contacts will only be carried out in those areas in which exposure is considered high risk due to the presence of people with greater vulnerability; such as health centers and nursing homes or other socio-health centers; 25/03/2022: Close contacts in vulnerable settings will be indicated for PDIA at 3-5 days of follow-up.

22.04.2022

Radar COVID is a mobile application developed to help control the spread of the COVID-19 through the identification of possible close contacts of cases confirmed via Bluetooth technology. Based on the signal strength of Bluetooth (in decibels; dB) received in a terminal; it is able to estimate the distance to which the terminal emits it. COVID radar has been programmed to identify as close contacts those devices that have been found for more than 15 minutes within a distance of 2 meters of devices of people diagnosed with COVID-19. These 15 minutes are calculate as the accumulated time over 24 hours. When a contact is identified by the application as a risk contact; a notification will appear in the device warning of this and the status of the application will change from “No risk contact identified” to “risk contact”. When a contact is identified by the application as a risk contact; an alert signal is generated that has the ability to change the state of the device from the basal state to a close contact state and generate a series of messages and recommendations adapted to each autonomous community (CA) and to the co-official languages. The notification includes the next information: Days elapsed since the last close contact with a confirmed case. General health recommendations. Specific recommendations for care according to the Autonomous Communities.

25.02.2022

There is no mandatory quarantine for travellers, but PCR is required.

All travellers coming from countries and areas considered at risk must present a document certifying vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or a negative result to an active infection diagnostic test (AIDT). The list of countries/areas at risk is updated every 7 days.

Citizens of non-EU and non-Schengen Associated countries can enter Spain only if they belong to one of the categories listed by the Ministry of Health.

Entry Rules for the Canary Islands are available at hellocanaryislands.com

14.06.2021

Since 18 December 2020; all people traveling from anywhere in Spain; except those under the age of six; must have a diagnostic test for active infection (PDIA) with a negative result performed within 72 hours prior to arrival at the islands. If they don't have the test they must quarantine for 10 days. Limitation remains. From 10 May 2021; a new regulation applies for national travelers.

26.05.2021

There is no mandatory quarantine for travellers, but PCR is required.

A quarantine is not required. A coronavirus test is required if arriving from high-risk areas by air or sea transport.

All passengers that enter Spain by air or sea transport and who come from a COVID-19 high-risk country or area must present a certificate with a negative result for a COVID-19 RT-PCR test, a Transcription-Mediated Amplification (TMA) test, or any other test based on equivalent molecular techniques, carried out in the 72 hours before arrival.

However, persons coming from the following countries: Brazil, South Africa, Botswana, Comoros, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Peru, Colombia must complete a 10-day quarantine after their arrival in Spain, or for the duration of their stay if it is shorter than that. This period may end earlier, if on day 7 the person is tested for COVID-19 with a negative result.