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Spain Relaxes Health Entry Requirements for Non-EU Travellers Ages 12-17

Starting 14th of February, families can enjoy a more relaxing travel to Spain with the new and easier health entry requirements for Non-EU travellers with ages between 12-17. This means that those from countries where access to the Covid vaccines is difficult or not yet possible, only need to submit a negative covid NAAT molecular nucleic acid amplification test (RT-PCR or similar) made 72 hours before their arrival to Spain. No need to present a vaccination certificate.

Likewise, children under 12 years of age, who travel with an adult, are still not subject to any type of health requirement same as before.

This is Spain´s response to the difficult situation presented to families with parents vaccinated against COVID-19 but cannot travel with their children yet due to difficult access to the vaccine by the latter. Whether be it for reunions with relatives or a much deserved family holiday, Spain aims to give everyone memorable moments with its multitude of options of destinations to visit and experiences to enjoy.

For the most updated information about Travel Safe to Spain, you may visit: https://travelsafe.spain.info/en/