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New rules for holidaying from outside the Canary islands

These are the new access conditions for all users over six years of age from outside the Canary Islands:


§ A negative result of PDIA carried out within a maximum period of 72 hours.

§ To have received the full vaccination schedule in the previous 8 months, accredited with an official document stating: vaccine received, number of doses and date of administration.

§ Have received a dose more than 15 days in advance and in the 4 months prior to travel, accredited with an official document stating: vaccine received and date of administration.

§ Having had the disease less than 6 months prior to the date of travel, accredited with an official medical certificate or a public document stating the date on which they suffered the disease.

Exceptions

§ Those who can prove that they are resident in the Canary Islands and make a responsible declaration that they have not left the Islands in the 15 days prior to their arrival at the accommodation and that in this period they have not had symptoms compatible with covid-19.

§ Non-residents of the Canary Islands who can prove by means of their travel document that they have stayed in the Canary Islands for the 15 days prior to the date of arrival at the accommodation, and declare that during this period they have not had symptoms compatible with covid-19.

§ Those who have proof of having been outside the Canary Islands for a period of less than 72 hours prior to arrival, having remained in its territory for the previous 15 days, and declare that during this period they have not had symptoms compatible with covid-19.




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