Spain is open to American tourists who are fully vaccinated.
News of the reopening of the Mediterranean country comes directly from the Spanish embassy, the United States, which posted a message on Twitter about the conditions for entry.
From 7 June, passengers from the United States, the European Union and non-EU countries are allowed to enter Spain as long as they have been vaccinated for COVID-19 or have met “other requirements”.
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To be eligible for entry, vaccinated travelers must make sure they have received vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency or the World Health Organization before planning a trip.
The European Medicines Agency currently has four vaccines that are authorized to build immunity against the new coronavirus, including Comirnaty, Janssen, Moderna and Vaxzevria (formerly COVID-1
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has approved the COVID-19 vaccines from Moderna, Oxford – AstraZeneca, Pfizer-BioNTech, Johnson & Johnson, Sinopharm-BBIBP and Sinovac.
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Travelers wishing to visit Spain will be required to provide documentation confirming their vaccination and health status, according to the Spanish embassy in the United States.
These documents may include a vaccination certificate, negative antigen tests and PCR for coronavirus taken 48 hours before arrival and / or a certificate stating that the visitor has been “recovered from COVID-19”.
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The embassy also noted that travelers can update their health status with the Spain Travel Health app, a government online portal where tourists can upload their pandemic documents and track travel mandates.
More than 3.7 million cases of coronavirus have been reported in Spain since the beginning of the pandemic, according to data from John Hopkins’ COVID-19 dashboard.
Daily cases are declining in mid-April and are far from the peak Spain saw on January 25, where more than 93,800 people tested positive in one day.
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On the other hand, the United States had more than 33.3 million people tested positive for COVID-19 throughout the pandemic. However, more than 140 million Americans have been fully vaccinated against a potentially deadly respiratory virus, according to the CDC.