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Spain allows vaccines to enter as of June 7 - Economy

Spain allows vaccines to enter as of June 7 – Economy

Sanchez announced this announcement during his speech at the International Tourism Fair in Madrid (Vitor), where he addressed the issue of processing the digital green certificate as a means that would facilitate trading between the European Union countries, according to the agency. Effie.

According to the minister, citizens will be able to enter Spain as long as they have a certificate proving that they have received the full vaccination plan authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or the World Health Organization (WHO). “In other words, from June 7, we also welcome all vaccinated people and their families, regardless of their place of origin,” Evie quoted the Spanish prime minister as saying.

Also starting Monday, Spain will allow travelers from safe non-EU countries considered safe to enter, according to a ministerial order signed last Friday. This list of countries includes the United Kingdom, Japan, China, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Israel, South Korea, Thailand and Rwanda.

“All of them are now on the list of safe countries, and therefore, they will be able to enter our country and will not have to undergo medical checks upon arrival in Spain.” He also provided Sanchez’s details at the opening of Vitor.

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