these are the health requirements for travelers






Change in sanitary restrictions in the archipelago. The good rate of vaccination and epidemiological improvement have allowedmodify the sanitary control requirements for entry into the Canary Islands.

Until now, any traveler from another region had to present a negative PCRto enter the island. But i know foresees that from next Monday, the Canary Islands will not require a negative test for national travelersthat have already passed the coronavirusoo have received the full regimen, or at least one dose, of any of the authorized vaccines by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), in the 15 days prior to the trip. Other communities, such as the Balearic Islands, have opted for the same procedure.

Requirements to travel to the Canary Islands

When is it not necessary to present a PCR? PCR or antigen testing will not be required for those national travelers who have passed the coronavirus or who have received the vaccine against Covid-19at least 15 days before the trip.

-Who will have to present a negative test? Unvaccinated Spanish tourists will have to present a negative test, as well as tourists international

-Is a negative test needed for inter-island travel? To travel between the Canary Islands, at the moment, no restrictions apply on any island, and therefore no responsible declaration is necessary, as there are currently no islands in the alert levels.

It is important to remember that canaries residing in the Peninsula and who have not been vaccinated can continue to request a free PCR test.

Currently, the Canary archipelago is in a stable epidemiological situation, with five of them at level 1 and only Lanzarote and Tenerife at level 2. In addition, the vaccination strategy is progressing at a good pace, since there are 300,000 people in the archipelago with the complete guideline and more than 700,000 have some dose.

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