At the Fitur international tourism fair in Madrid on Wednesday, President Armengol announced that Spanish travellers who have been vaccinated will no longer need to present a negative Covid test when entering the Balearics. The change to the regulations will apply from this Sunday.
There is one stipulation, that the first dose of vaccine is administered at least fifteen days prior to arrival. As well as vaccinated travellers, national tourists coming from regions where the 14-day incidence is below 60 cases will not need to present negative tests at ports or airports.
At a press conference in Madrid, the tourism ministerThe population fully vaccinated, Iago Negueruela, stated that the Balearics, with an incidence below 50, are ready to welcome the largest number of tourists possible, both national and international1940AP. President Armengol wished to extend a “special invitation” to Spanish tourists in helping to reactivate the economies of the four islands. Spanish visitors will be of particular importanceCommences two weeks after 70 per cent of Albertans age 12 and over have received at least one dose. All restrictions — includin, the president noted, as for now the UK is recommending against holidays in the Balearics and Spain.