Argentina has lifted most restrictions related to COVID-19. Spanish government has decided to extend the entry ban imposed against the majority of third countries until November 30


ARGENTINA. Argentina’s borders have reopened to non-resident foreign nationals, who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Non-resident foreigners who are not fully vaccinated can apply to enter Argentina on various grounds, including for business, sports or humanitarian reasons.

All eligible travellers arriving in Argentina must complete a statutory declaration in the 48 hours before travel. As part of the declaration you must provide a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours prior to boarding, valid travel/medical insurance covering COVID-19 and a COVID-19 vaccination certificate (if applicable).

As of Nov. 1, select international airports in the country have reopened, with the majority of international flights serving routes to/from Buenos Aires; Buenos Aires seaport is also open to international arrivals.

  • Foreign nationals entering Argentina are not required to quarantine on arrival, as long as you have been fully vaccinated at least 2 weeks prior to arrival and undertake a COVID-19 (PCR) test between the 5th and 7th days after arrival.
  • Travellers who are not fully vaccinated at the time of arrival will need to self-isolate for at least 7 days from arrival until they receive a negative COVID-19 (PCR) test result taken on the final day of self-isolation.

Follow all official instructions and reconfirm all travel arrangements and business appointments.

SPAIN. Spanish government has decided to extend the entry ban imposed against the majority of third countries until November 30.
On the other hand, those who present a vaccination certificate that indicates that the holder has been fully immunised against the virus with one of the accepted doses can enter Spain for travel purposes without having to provide an essential reason for their trip.

Spain’s list of epidemiologically safe third countries at the moment includes Australia, Argentina, Bahrein, Canada, China, Chile, Colombia, Jordan, Kuwait, Namibia, New Zealand, Peru, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, Taiwan, and the Chinese administrative regions of Macau and Hong Kong.

Travellers from any of the safe third countries mentioned above are permitted to travel to Spain without being subject to the travel ban or the testing requirement. Nonetheless, they are still obliged to fill in a Health Control form.