Travel restrictions Part II. Updated April 26th

• Poland: requires a 10-day quarantine, although travelers can carry out a PCR and can be released from quarantine if the result is negative. Travelers who present a valid international certificate for full vaccination against COVID-19, using an approved vaccine, are exempt from quarantine.

• Portugal: travel for tourism is not allowed. Those who visit Portugal on an exceptional basis must present a PCR with a negative result carried out up to 72 hours before take-off and may be subject to medical controls. Likewise, a complete electronic ‘Passenger Location Card’ must be presented upon boarding. The form can be found here. Since January 15, Portugal has been in a situation of confinement.

• United Kingdom: all travelers traveling from Spain (except the Canary Islands) must keep a quarantine for 10 days, as well as show a negative PCR carried out, at most, 72 hours in advance. In addition, they will have to undergo two diagnostic tests for COVID during the mandatory 10-day quarantine, one on day 2 and one on day 8 of isolation. They must also provide their contact information so that the authorities can check the monitoring of this measure, through an online form up to 48 hours before their trip. Upon arrival in the country, they must show this completed form. Until May 17, sightseeing trips to Scotland are prohibited. Since January 6, the United Kingdom has been in a lockdown situation.

• Czech Republic: does not allow travel for tourism.

• Romania: it does not require quarantine or negative PCR, but it does require filling in this form.

• Russia: does not allow the entry of tourist travelers.

• Sweden: does not require quarantine, but does require a negative PCR. The government recommends that all travelers self-isolate for 7 days after arrival. During this time, a COVID-19 test should be performed immediately upon arrival and a second test after 5 days.

• Switzerland: since March 11 it does not require quarantine, but it does require negative PCR, contact information through this form and this Contact Tracking Card.

• Turkey: does not require quarantine, but does require negative PCR and submit 2 forms upon arrival: entry and passenger location. All travelers are subject to a medical evaluation upon arrival.

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