The Spanish government has reconsidered plans to restrict foreign visitors from entering the country with Covid-19 recovery certificates.
According to the UK Foreign Office, if a tourist is unvaccinated, the government will now accept proof proving that they have recovered from Covid-19 within the last six months.
It comes after reports that Spain would first violate the EU’s directive.
According to the FCDO: “If you are travelling from the UK to Spain for tourism purposes, are not fully vaccinated but have recovered from Covid-19 in the last six months, you can also use a medical certificate or recovery record to prove your Covid-19 status on entry to Spain.”
It went on to say that youngsters under the age of 12 and those from 12 to 17 have “slightly different” entrance requirements.
Travellers can still gain access by showing proof of full vaccination without having to demonstrate proof of recovery.
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