Travel conditions in Europe: see the general travel rules (vaccination, testing, quarantine) adopted by each country for November!
The situation of the COVID1-9 pandemic is deteriorating in Europe, despite the fact that more and more people are getting vaccinated. Some EU countries have managed to cross the threshold of 70% vaccinated people with a single dose, but far fewer have exceeded the threshold of 70% fully vaccinated people. Unfortunately, there is still a large number of the European population that is not immunized.
In this context, several EU / Schengen countries have decided to revise their entry rules, in particular for unvaccinated and unrecovered travelers due to the disease, as well as for third country residents.
Spain is one of the safest countries in Europe in terms of the pandemic. However, it will continue to apply restrictive measures and entry rules for most EU / Schengen countries that are included in its high-risk list. The Spanish authorities have announced that all those who intend to arrive in the country must hold an EU COVID-19 digital certificate.
Such measures are adopted by most European countries. A valid COVID-19 EUR digital certificate indicates that the holder has been completely immunized against the virus with one of the vaccines recognized by international health organizations / has recovered from the disease / has been tested against the new coronavirus and the result is negative.