Spain will require international travelers from at-risk countries to have a negative PCR test in the last 72 hours
This measure will be included in the existing Health Control Form that travelers entering Spain have to fill out.
The form can be completed electronically, through the QR code generated through the website www.spth.gob.es or the Spain Travel HealthSpTH application, but it can also be submitted in paper format before boarding.
This measure will be carried out for all international passengers at the Spanish border entry points.
Temperature control and visual control are mantened.
The Health Control Form will now have a question about whether you have a negative PCR performed within 72 hours prior to arrival in Spain. At any time, the passenger may be asked to accredit the test result. The document must be the original, written in Spanish or English, and maybe submitted in paper or electronic format.
At this time in the case of the countries of the European Union and Schengen associated countries, only Finland and Norway are exempted from the obligation to have such proof.
Travel agencies, tour operators, and air or maritime transport companies, and any other agent that markets tickets must inform passengers of the obligation to have a PCR with a negative result in order to travel.
This new measure will take effect on November 23 2020
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