REMINDER. Spain to Shorten Vaccination Certificates’ Validity From February 1

The Spanish authorities have announced that starting from February 1, only vaccination certificates indicating that a person has been fully vaccinated against the virus within the last 270 days will be recognised.

This means that all persons, regardless of their country of origin, who have received their last vaccine dose more than nine months ago will need to get a booster shot to be permitted entry to Spain.

Nonetheless, it has been emphasised that the certificate which proves that the holder has received a booster dose will be recognised only if more than 14 days have passed since its administration.

Follow all official instructions. Abide by national health and safety measures. Reconfirm all travel arrangements.