Spain will require a negative PCR test from November 23, 2020

A negative PCR test often has to be presented when entering the country (Photo: Jan Gruber).
A negative PCR test often has to be presented when entering the country (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Spain will require a negative PCR test from November 23, 2020

A negative PCR test often has to be presented when entering the country (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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From November 23, 2020, all persons entering from risk areas defined by the Spanish government must present a negative PCR result, which must not be older than 72 hours. A subsequent quarantine is then not necessary. 

Spain is reacting to the increasing number of cases worldwide and wants to prevent the further introduction of the corona virus. The submission obligation also applies expressly to Germans who want to travel to Palma de Mallorca. The Canary Islands have asked for negative results since November 14, 2020, but not only accept PCR results, but also antigen tests. The findings must be submitted in English or Spanish throughout Spain.

Attention: Those who cannot show a negative PCR result must expect a fine. An antibody test can also be arranged. This restriction does not apply within Spain, not even for islanders.

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