GREEN SHOOTS. From today Vaccinated Spanish travellers to the Canary Islands will no longer be PCR tested. Spain To Welcome Back International Cruises From June 7
Advice. From today, the Canarian government has said that tourists from Spain who have been fully vaccinated, received at least one dose more than 15 days in advance, prior to displacement within the previous four months, or have already had the virus in the last six months, will not have to show negative tests to enter the islands. Access the BOC (Boletín Oficial de Canarias) link for more information.
Spain’s maritime authorities approved the reopening because of falling COVID-19 incidence rates and an increase in vaccinations, according to an order in Spain’s state gazette published on Saturday, May 29.
Spain banned cruise ships from docking in its ports in June 2020 as the pandemic ripped through Europe.