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(CNN Espasol) – Spain, one of the favorite destinations for travelers from all over the world, is ready to receive vaccinated tourists or to meet certain health needs.
On May 20, the European Union agreed to allow tourists vaccinated against Govt-19 from countries with low infection rates.
Last week, the head of the Spanish government, Pedro Sanchez, presented the EU Digital Certificate at the International Tourism Exhibition (Fitour), which will resume tourism activities this summer.
Here’s what you need to know if you plan to travel to Spain in the coming weeks.
What is Covid Digital Certification?
The European Commission, the Council and the European Parliament agreed last week on the Covid digital certification.
“With digital certification, Spain will be able to safely resume all its economic activities, and we will be moving into the EU by the same summer,” Sanchez said.
How does it work? “Through a QR code, it provides information about whether the traveling person has been vaccinated, has contracted the disease, or has a negative PCR result,” the La Monclova page explains.
The autonomous communities of Spain will be responsible for issuing, sealing and issuing certificates in electronic or paper form. Certificate is free.
Who can enter?
Passengers from Safe non-EU countriesSpain Once they arrive in Spain they do not have to face health checks.
That list includes Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Israel, South Korea, Thailand, Rwanda, China, and the UK and Japan until May 24.
However, as he explains The MonclovaAs of June 7, the movement allows tourists from all countries without full freedom of movement, meanwhile, to enter the United States and Spain, if they have certification of full compliance with the vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency or the World Health Organization.
What about tourists from EU member states?
“Passengers from safe European regions, listed in green according to the European Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (ECTC) classification, do not have to meet health entry requirements,” La Monclow’s website said.
C Passengers from EU regions are listed in orange, red and crimson according to the ECDC Traffic Light, which can appear within Spain with a PCR or until June 7, with full guidance on vaccinations EMA or WHO ”,” he said. He adds.
What are the approved vaccines?
“To date, the Commission has granted four conditional marketing approvals for vaccines developed by Bioendech and Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Jansen Pharmaceutical NV.” European Commission.
Other vaccines are at different stages of European Pharmaceuticals (EMA) evaluation.
Its role has been endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO) Synoform vaccine For your emergency use. Pfizer / Bioendech, AstroGeneca-SK This was in addition to the vaccines already approved from Bio, Serum Institute of India, Jansen and Moderna.
What is the status of Covit-19 in Spain?
According to data from the European Commission updated on May 21, 241.3 million units have been delivered in the EU and 211.3 million units have been managed.
40.7% of adults in the EU have received at least one dose of Govit-19 vaccine.
More than 3.6 million cases and more than 79,700 deaths from Covit-19 have been reported in Spain. University of Johns Hopkins.