You need to submit a negative PCR test if you travel to Spain. - Ministry of Health, Spain
What’s New #
If you do not have a valid test result that is within 72 hours of landing in Palma, you will be required to take an antigen test and subject to a €600 fine.
Note: The following is information from the Health Ministry of Spain website
As of November 23, 2020, all passengers arriving from a country or area of high risk to COVID-19, must present a certificate with a negative result (RT-PCR) for a test taken no longer than 72 hours prior to arrival.
This certificate must be an original, written in Spanish and/or English and may be presented in electronic format. According to the Health Ministry, the document must contain the following details:
- Name of traveler
- Passport or ID number (must be same number that appears on PCR certificate)
- Date of test
- Identification of the testing center
- Technique used or test type
- Negative test result
Who has to fill out these forms? #
"All people entering Spain from other countries, regardless of their nationality, age or any other consideration.
Each form is personal and non-transferable and is associated with a single trip.
From July 1st, 2020, if you fly to Spain from other countries, it is mandatory to fill out and sign the FCS form associated with your trip, regardless of your nationality, age or any other consideration, in compliance with the provisions of the Royal Decree-Law 23/2020, of June 23 and the Resolution of July 24, 2020, of the General Directorate of Public Health, Quality and Innovation, all passengers originating from any airport located outside of Spanish territory must complete this form. This form must be completed by each of the passengers who will be responsible for ensuring that the information provided is true and accurate. In the event that the passenger is a minor or a dependent/disabled person, the form can be filled in by their tutor, who will be responsible for the veracity of the information provided."
What do I have to bring with me to pass sanitary controls at the airport? #
Before traveling to Spain, make sure you have signed the form, on the web here>> Link to Forms. With this you will get the Health QR Code that you will have to show (paper or mobile) at the airport health control to be able to continue your trip.
If you sign the form from the app that you download from the Spain Government website, it will appear in the 'My Travel' section, in addition to receiving an email that you can print.
Access information on health measures related to the COVID-19 epidemic here #
Other Helpful Links #
To see the latest COVID statistics in order to access travel restrictions, go to European Center for Disease Control and Prevention
To learn more, go to Spain Public Health Government Website. Remember to select your language to translate the page on the upper right of the homepage.
We all want to return to Mallorca. A recent poll by the “Daily Bulletin” showed that 80% of the respondents stated they plan to return to the Balearics by Summer 2021. The only way this happens is if we all comply with testing, tracing and sanitization.
With a projected 30,000 small businesses to close in the Balearics by the end of 2020, we need everyone to comply so that we can save the economy and our way of life.
Stay safe. #Wearamask #Socialdistance
By Affordable Mallorca Team
16 November, 2020