Travelers who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus and who are traveling to Spain from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Namibia and South Africa will have to go through the mandatory ten-day quarantine that has been in force since June, due to a decision by the Ministry of Health of the Spanish government not to accept the decree that expired today the agency Télam announced.
It has also been reported that those with a full EMA or WHO approved vaccination schedule can travel to Spain with the second dose being required at least 14 days prior to travel.
So far, the vaccines approved by the EMA or WHO are those from Pfizer-Biontech, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Jansen / Johnson & Johnson, Sinovac and Sinopharm.
The Sputnik V vaccine is not on the list as it has not yet been approved by the EMA.
The traveler must fill out an online form within 48 hours prior to the flight to generate a QR code that must be presented upon entry.
The drug Sputnik V, produced by the Gamaleya Institute, is currently not on the list approved for entry into Spain.
However, if the trip is for professional or personal reasons, such as B. Serious illness of a family member, the person who is not vaccinated or has been vaccinated with an unapproved immunizer must present a negative PCR issued 48 hours before boarding the flight.
You can also attend if you have a medical certificate showing that you have had Covid-19, recovered more than 180 days ago, and that you have developed antibodies.
After all, children under the age of 12 who have already been vaccinated and who travel with their families do not need to be vaccinated.