En De
Total doses
given
95.8M
People fully
vaccinated
40.6M
% Fully
vaccinated
85.60%
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 result within 72 hours prior to departure or a negative rapid antigen test result within 24 hours prior to departure
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Visa
Visa not required for 30 countries
Permission
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): PCR / LFT
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Vaccination:

31.05.2022

Exemptions to NPIs to vaccinated LTCF residents will take place regarding new admissions; group activities and family visits at home; 07/12/2021: it is required in hospitals and residences (Level 1 municipalities); 16/02/2022: COVID Certificate required in hospitals/residences until February 15;

31.05.2022

07/12/2021: it is required in hospitals and residences (Level 1 municipalities); 20/12/2021: requires for access to the interior spaces of hospitality; leisure and recreation establishments (Level 1 municipalities); not including workers; 16/02/2022: COVID Certificate required in hospitals; residences; hotels and nightlife until February 15;

18.05.2022

20/11/2021: Visitors and companions of hospitalized patients may access hospital centers; both public and private; provided that they have a COVID certificate; 17/12/2021: Extension of measures; 26/02/2022: no longer needed to enter bars; discos; etc.; only nursing homes; 21/05/2022: end of requirement.

18.05.2022

LTCF residents that have been vaccinated are allowed to go out for a walk around the premises; stay overnight at a relative house or receive visits in the residence of up to 4 relatives/acquaintances; all with the exemption of undergoing a quarantine afterwards; including new admissions for vaccinated residents in the centre; 10/12/2021: COVID certificate required in hospital centers and specialized social services centers; for visits to hospitalized patients and residents ; 04/02/2022: the COVID certificate is compulsory only in hospitals and residencies. ; 21/02/2022: COVID certificate no longer required.

18.05.2022

COVID certificate compulsory for weddings; baptisms and other social; family; religious or civil celebrations with more than 150 attendees; 16/09/2021: COVID certificate compulsory for weddings; baptisms and other social; family; religious or civil celebrations until completing the maximum capacity allowed; 25/11/2021: COVID passport: mandatory to present it at nightlife; celebrations and mass events; 10/12/2021: COVID certificate required: a) In hotel; restaurant and nightlife establishments (party rooms; discos; pubs; dance halls; concert halls) and similar establishments; as well as gambling and betting establishments; whose maximum permitted capacity is equal to or greater than 50 people. In nightlife and similar establishments whose capacity is less than 50 people; it will be required after 9:00 p.m. b) In wedding celebrations; communions; baptisms; confirmations and other social; family; religious or civil celebrations that may take place in hotel and restaurant establishments c) In gyms and similar facilities d) In hospital centers and specialized social services centers; for visits to hospitalized patients and residents e) In the activities of cinemas; theaters; auditoriums; as well as in public shows; recreational or leisure activities; carried out in closed spaces; in which the consumption of food or drink is allowed f) In events of any nature that bring together more than 500 attendees indoors or a 1000 attendees outdoors; 04/02/2022: the COVID certificate is compulsory only in hospitals and residencies.

28.04.2022

24/07/2021: COVID certificate needed for consumption inside restaurants of letter A and B; bars and cafes; and to access gambling settings; pubs and discos. ; 27/11/2021: COVID passport: mandatory for nightlife and from now on in restaurants all day and in bars and cafes from 9:00 p.m. It is also required to visit people admitted to hospitals; 18/12/2021: the scope of the COVID certificate is expanded; which will also be required in gyms; closed sports facilities; indoor swimming pools; residences for the elderly and mass events; including those with more than 200 people capacity in inside and sell food or drinks; 12/02/2022: Mandatory in restaurants and nightlife venues; as well as bars and cafes. Also in pilgrim hostels; hospitals; gyms; closed sports facilities; indoor swimming pools; nursing homes and mass events; including those with more than 200 people inside and that sell food or drinks. ; 26/02/2022: no longer needed to enter bars; discos; etc.; only nursing homes.

27.04.2022

With complete vaccination; visits will be allowed; separately throughout the day; up to 3 people for a maximum duration of one hour and at least once a week; With incomplete vaccination; visits will be allowed for a maximum duration of one hour and at least once a week; 17/09/2021: COVID Passport mandatory to visit patients in residences; 04/12/2021: COVID passport mandatory to visit patients and inmates in hospitals and residences; 25/02/2022: COVID Certificate mandatory for access to the interior of residences of the public or private system of social services; for visitors and outsiders to the institution; 01/04/2022: no limitations in visits or COVID certificate.

27.04.2022

18/08/2021: COVID Passport to be used for visits to non-vaccinated residents of residential health and social centers; 07/09/2021: Extension of measures; 27/09/2021: Extension of measures; 06/10/2021: Extension of measures; 28/10/2021: In residential centers for the elderly with positive cases for COVID-19; visits are allowed for those residents fully vaccinated; 9/11/2021: Extension of measures; 15/12/2021: Extension of measures; 07/01/2022: COVID passport compulsory for: a) hospitality establishments (restaurants; bars and cafeterias) with a capacity equal to or greater than 50 diners; excluding terraces b)Nightlife establishments (discos; dance halls; party rooms with shows; music bars; karaoke bars) with a capacity equal to or greater than 50 diners; excluding terraces c) Residential health and social centers for visitors and companions of users; excluding their workers d) Health centers for visitors and companions of patients; excluding their workers; 27/01/2022: Extension of measures; 11/02/2022: end of restrictions.

27.04.2022

Allows physical contact between residents and family members and makes the existing measures more flexible; once the vaccination and immunization process has been successfully completed in all residences in the Community. Minors allowed to visit; 10/12/2021: COVID certificate equired to access restaurant and hotel spaces; nightlife; gaming and betting venues and mass events; as well as cultural events (cinema; theater; auditoriums; tent circuses and similar spaces); as well as to attend public to sporting events; in case the consumption of food or drink is allowed; 19/01/2022: end of COVID certificate requirement.

26.04.2022

Tourists traveling to the Canary Islands from other parts of Spain must present a certificate of vaccination or of having passed the disease in the last six months or a negative test; 15/02/2022: extension of measures; 15/03/2022: no certificate needed for travelling from national territory.

26.04.2022

Exemptions to NPIs to vaccinated LTCF residents will take place regarding new admissions; group activities and family visits at home; 07/12/2021: it is required in hospitals and residences (Level 1 municipalities); 20/12/2021: requires for access to the interior spaces of hospitality; leisure and recreation establishments (Level 1 municipalities); not including workers; 16/02/2022: COVID Certificate required in hospitals; residences; hotels and nightlife until February 15;

22.04.2022

All people vaccinated with a complete schedule are able to enter the country regardless of their place of origin; proving said vaccination if they come from a country or area at risk. The accepted vaccines are those of the EMA and the WHO and must have been completed at least 14 days before. In addition; all persons travelling to Spain from a European country of the Schengen Area are able to do so by presenting a vaccination certificate; a negative diagnostic test; including antigen tests or a recovery certificate (at least 6 months before); 01/07/2021: The EU Digital COVID Certificate enters into force; allowing to prove that: a) a person has been vaccinated against COVID-19 b) a negative test has been performed c) a person has recovered from COVID-19; 05/07/2021: Vaccination certififcate needed for all persons arriving from risk areas in France; arriving in Spain by land; 27/11/2021: Passengers from countries or areas at risk; are required to present a vaccination/diagnostic/recovery certificate; upon arrival.

01.04.2022

23/05/2021: no diagnostic test proof of COVID-19 is required upon entry into the Balearic Islands by air or sea for those national tourists and residents returning to the Balearic Islands after a journey of more than 72 hours if they come from other autonomous communities or autonomous cities in Spain with a cumulative incidence of 14 days below 60 cases per 100;000 inhabitants or if they are able to prove that have received the complete vaccination schedule against COVID-19 within the previous 8 months or one dose at least 15 days before the trip and always within the previous 4 months; 28/06/2021: For hotels; all groups of more than 20 people must have a negative PCR a maximum of 48 hours before arrival or complete vaccination schedule to be able to stay in the archipelago; 12/02/2022: End of COVID certificate requirement in economic; cultural and sporting areas. This requirement will also be removed in order to access the regime of visits and outings in residential social services; supervised housing for the elderly; dependent people and people with disabilities. Instead; it will be maintained for workers in social and health centers.

31.03.2022

04/12/2021: COVID passport mandatory to access leisure and hospitality venues with a capacity of more than 50 people; music festivals and events; celebrations with more than 500 attendees; as well as to visit patients and inmates in hospitals and residences; 07/01/2022: COVID passport mandatory in hotels; restaurants; nightlife; open or closed spaces; cinemas; multipurpose rooms; circuses and festive venues where you can eat or drink; hospitals and social service residences; gyms and music festivals where permanent use of the mask is not possible; 22/02/2022: COVID passport: only mandatory in residences and social centers for the elderly.

30.03.2022

COVID passport: it is mandatory on the islands that are on level 3 and 4 to access bars; restaurants and nightlife venues with capacity for more than 30 people; cinemas; theatres; etc. over 50 or under if you can eat and drink; cultural; sporting events; etc. of more than 500 people without food; gyms; hospitals and residences. On the islands at level 1 or 2 it is still voluntary so the restrictions can be relaxed; 26/03/2022: not necessary for operations.

11.03.2022

COVID passport to access nightlife and party rooms; restaurants with more than 50 diners; hospitals and social service centers; outdoor events for more than 1000 people when food or drink is consumed; 29/12/2021: Also mandatory to access gyms and hotels; 15/02/2022: only for hospitals and residences.

09.03.2022

The Government of Navarra has agreed to request the application of the 'COVID passport' in restaurants; nightlife and mass events with consumption; 28/12/2021: expanded to residences; hotels and gyms; 15/02/2022: COVI Passport not mandatory.

09.03.2022

The Superior Court of Justice has authorized this measure for the interior of the hotel business; inside and outside the nightlife venues and those in which activities such as dancing; music without or with disc jockey or karaoke are carried out. It will also be necessary for visits and accompaniment of patients in establishments; hospitals and residences; as well as in visits to prisons.

25.02.2022

The EU Digital COVID Certificate (available as of 1 July 2021) provides proof that a person has either:

Proof of full vaccination.

Validity: between 14 and 270 days after the last scheduled dose of the primary vaccination series was administered. After 270 days, vaccination certificates must include a booster dose. Only vaccines authorised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) will be accepted for travellers from non-EU and non-Schengen countries. Certificates with other vaccines will also be accepted if the last dose was administered with an authorised vaccine.

18.02.2022

08/10/2021: Night clubs may be open to 75% of capacity but only allowing entry to those who have a COVID certificate (Green Pass). Drinking is only allowed while seated and it's mandatory to use face mask in the dancing floor. To attend cultural events; a complete vaccination schedule or negative PCR is needed; 04/12/2021: COVID passport will be required in nightclubs; nursing homes; cocktail bars and restaurants with a capacity of more than 50 customers; including covered terraces. In Menorca; being from that date on level 3; it will also be required in cinemas; gyms and shared rooms in tourist establishments; 29/12/2021: COVID passport mandatory to access all the restaurants; regardless of their capacity; and all the cultural spaces on the islands that are at level 3; which are currently Mallorca; Menorca and Ibiza. It should also be ordered in gyms; sports facilities; movie theaters; theaters; auditoriums; concert halls; spas; etc. In Formentera; it is mandatory in nightlife and in restaurants and hotels with more than 50 people. Also required for health workers or that they have to undergo three weekly tests; two of them PCR; 10/01/2022: mandatory to access hotel; restaurant and nightlife venues; cinemas and cultural spaces; gyms and residences for the elderly. 13/02/2022: elimination of the COVID certificate to access to economic; cultural and sports areas. This requirement will also be eliminated to be able to access the regimen of visits in residential centers for elderly people; dependent people and people with disabilities. However; it is maintained for the workers of the social and health centers.

18.02.2022

Requirement of the COVID passport to enter nightlife establishments and restaurants with more than 50 diners; 15/12/2021: extended to all hotels and restaurants; concert halls; sports centers; gyms; pavilions with more than 100 people; hospitals; social health residences and prisons.

17.02.2022

03/11/2021: those places that require COVID certification to enter may open 100% in municipalities with a low level of contagion (level 1) or medium (level 2); but if they do not request it; they will keep the capacity the same as in the bars and restaurants. If not; the maximum occupancy will remain 75% indoors or outdoors. In the municipalities at alert level 3 (high) or 4 (very high) the interior capacity is set at 50% and there is no option to expand it; 24/11/2021: The COVID passport requirement is voluntary for owners of nightlife venues who want to open 100% in the municipalities at alert level 1 and 2; 15/12/2021: mandatory to access nightlife and voluntary in restaurants to expand capacity to 100%; 05/01/2022: COVID passport: mandatory to access nightlife and voluntary in restaurants to increase capacity to 75%; 02/02/2022: COVID passport: volunteer in nightlife and restaurants to increase the capacity to 100%. 16/02/2022: covid certificates no longer needed.

16.02.2022

15/10/2021: until 05:00 on weekdays and until 06:00 on weekends. The premises will have to require the COVID certificate; PCR or a negative antigen test done 48 or 72 hours before to enter; in order to function with a capacity of 70% with dance floors; 04/11/2021: COVID certificate necessary to access the entertainment premises; 25/11/2021: COVID passport: Mandatory to present it at nightlife venues; inside bars and restaurants; gyms and sports centers; residences for the elderly; indoor standing music festivals and celebrations in hotels and restaurants where dancing is done indoors. From 28 January 2022; COVID passport no longer mandatory to present at nightlife venues; bars and restaurants; gyms and sports centers; residences or music venues.

27.01.2022

COVID passport: mandatory to access bars; restaurants; gyms; gambling venues; mass events or nursing homes. 27/01/2022: the requirement of the COVID certificate is no longer in force.

27.01.2022

30/11/2021: the Cantabrian Government has requested judicial authorization from the Supreme Court of Cantabria to be able to demand the COVID passport in restaurants and hotels; nightlife; cultural events (cinema; theater; auditoriums; tent circus and similar spaces) and crowds; as well like to attend sporting events in public; 09/12/2021: The COVID passport is required to access bars; restaurants and nightlife; as well as cultural or sports facilities if they allow the consumption of food and drink; 04/01/2022: compulsory for access to covered establishments and facilities where drinks and meals can be consumed. This includes bars; restaurants and nightlife venues; mass events or cultural spaces -such as cinemas; theaters; auditoriums; circuses; etc.- or sports venues if the consumption of food and drink is allowed. 27/01/2022: As of 19 January 2022; the COVID-19 Passport is no longer needed to enter bars; restaurants and leisure facilties.

22.10.2021

In the event of more than 500 non-seated people; a safety plan must be established to ensure that attendees have passed an antigen test or a negative PCR 12 hours before the event or present a full certificate of vaccination.

10.09.2021

10/05/2021: a new regulation regarding passengers applies for national travelers arriving by air or sea in the Canary Islands from any of the Autonomous Communities and Cities of the Spanish State. People who have the official document proving that they have received the complete vaccination schedule within the 8 months prior to arrival; or at least one dose of a vaccine authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) against Covid-19.