Spain will allow visitors from non-EU countries who have been vaccinated against coronavirus to enter from June 7.
Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez said on Friday (May 21) that the new regulations will apply to vaccinated travelers, regardless of nationality.
Sanchez said that the return of tourism will be the main force driving Spain’s economic recovery. At the same time, starting from May 24, Spain will allow travelers from non-EU countries that are considered to be at a low risk of COVID-19 infection without having to show a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test result.
The Spanish state of emergency expired at the beginning of this month and hotel reservations began to resume. Sanchez said the new travel system will allow international travelers to reach 70% of pre-pandemic levels by the end of the year.