Vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers from the U.S. are now allowed to enter Spain if they can produce a recent negative COVID-19 test.

Under a new policy announced this week, U.S. travelers can enter Spain without proof of vaccination. However, international visitors must still produce a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to departure to Spain. A COVID-19 antigen test taken no more than 24 hours prior to departure also is acceptable.

Test results must be presented during check-in. The requirement applies for all travelers ages 12 and older.

Adults 18 and older can also show proof of vaccination instead of a negative COVID test. However, they must be fully vaccinated and have received the last required dose of COVID-19 vaccine no less than 14 days, and no more than 270 days, prior to arrival in Spain.

If more than 270 days have passed since the last required dose, travelers must show proof of having received a COVID-19 booster shot.

Vaccines accepted by Spain for entry include those made by Pfizer-BioNtech, Moderna, Astra-Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Sinovac and Sinopharm.

All travelers still are required to fill out a health control form prior to departure.

For more information on traveling to Spain and local COVID-19 requirements and protocols, visit: travelsafe.spain.info/en/