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Spain Set To Reopen June 7

Spain has announced that it will allow all fully vaccinated travellers to visit the country starting June 7, regardless of their country of origin.

From June 7, 2021 tourists from all over the world will be able to travel to Spain, provided they are fully vaccinated at least 14 days before entering the country.

Those travellers must also have an official vaccination certificate, which must be issued in English or Spanish and be printed on paper.

The announcement notes that travellers must be fully vaccinated with any of the vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or those included in the World Health Organization (WHO) emergency list.

Unvaccinated minors from the same family unit may enter carrying a negative PCR (children under 6 will not need any test). The vaccination certificate or PCR of minors must be provided upon arrival.

Go to www.spain.info/en for more.

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