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Spain To Welcome All Tourists Back This June; Vaccine Passport Necessary

Spain had its share of lockdown amid the pandemic, and now the country is all set to welcome the tourists soon. Spanish Tourism officials are optimistic that the nation will have the correct protocols in place to welcome back travellers from all over the world by June. Also, Secretary of State for Tourism Fernando, Valdés announced that a digital certificate, which will also be referred to as a vaccine passport, will be necessary for proof of vaccination.

Spain Aims To Welcome Travellers From June
Spain is gearing up to welcome tourisms amid the pandemic. On this, the country’s Secretary of State of Tourism, Fernando Valdes Verelst, said during a panel discussion,”Spain will be ready in June to tell all travelers worldwide that you can visit us with certainty.” According to a Travel+Leisure report, Valdés has said, “We are doing a pilot program in May, in all our 46 airports …We are going to give all these travellers that certainty. Spain is going to be ready in June to tell all travellers worldwide that you can visit us.”

At present, many countries including the U.S, are unable to visit Spain for a vacation due to the covid-19 pandemic. The U.S state department has also issued a level 4 travel advisory for the European destination, which means Americans can only enter Spain if they meet the entry requirements.

Spain To Test Digital Pass With The Travellers While Keeping All The Measures In Place
Earlier this month, European Union member states agreed to move forward with a Digital Pass that seeks to facilitate safe travel throughout the continent as early as this summer. The measure will use a QR code to inform the authorities about the travellers including, whether they’ve received an approved COVID-19 vaccine, fully recovered from the virus or tested negative within an acceptable timeframe.

More details are expected to release in the next few weeks. Well, we have to wait and see how things unfold in the upcoming weeks.

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