Spain will no longer require PCR tests upon entry into the country by air. You need a PCR test, if you are not vaccinated, to avoid quarantine in Romania!
Update July 9, 2021: As of July 9, 2021, Spain entered the yellow list of Romania. This means that all those who travel to Romania, but are not vaccinated, must present a PCR test in order NOT to be quarantined at their destination.
Initial news June 21, 2021: As of June 21, 2021, citizens arriving from Romania to Spain by air, direct flight, do NOT have to present at entry to Spain: certificate attesting to complete vaccination against COVID-19, negative PCR or antigen test or recovery certificate post-Covid.
As of June 21, Romania is no longer on the list of risk countries, but the measure can be reviewed after 7 days.
The obligation for all persons traveling to Spain, by air or sea, to complete a health form before the journey via the Spain Travel Health (SpTH) application or the website www.spth.gob remains valid. es.
If the passenger is a minor or a dependent, the form can be completed by the guardian, who will be responsible for the veracity of the information provided.
After completing the form, a unique QR health code will be generated, which will have to be presented (digitally or on paper) at the health check performed at the airport / port of destination.
If the form is signed from the application, it will appear in the "My trip" section, and the user will also receive a printable email.
For the transit of France by land, both to Spain and to Romania, it is mandatory to present a PCR test performed in the last 72 hours or a negative antigen test. Exceptions are minors under 11 years of age.