Changes have been announced for travellers
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Spain has changed its Covid travel restrictions and the Netherlands has entirely dropped all entry requirements, meaning those who are unvaccinated can now visit. From tomorrow (September 20), people travelling to Spain will no longer fill out a health form upon entry, although it is not yet clear if proof of vaccination will still be required.
The Spanish Ministry of Health posted on Facebook today: "Starting tomorrow, September 20, it will no longer be necessary to complete the health check form to travel to Spain or present the QR code of SpTH (Spain Travel Health) at the airport on arrival." It comes just days after it was reported the European nation would extend its restrictions to mid-November.
If proof of vaccination is no longer required for Spain, it will mean all major European countries have dropped their Covid travel restrictions, reports NottinghamshireLive. The Dutch government announced on September 17 that it would be scrapping all Covid travel restrictions and requirements. This decision applies to all travellers.
Like Spain, the Netherlands kept their protocols for travellers in place much longer than the majority of European countries. It is recommended to check travel restrictions for any country before you travel.
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