Brits travelling to Spain will need to be vaccinated from Wednesday
Anyone looking at going on holiday or visiting Spain from Wednesday will need to have been vaccinated.
Spain has announced that they will ban any Brits from entering their country if they cannot show proof that they have been vaccinated. The rules affect anyone of the age of 12.
The change has been brought in after the Omicron Variant has been discovered in England. Of they day of writing, the new variant has been found one is Essex, one in Nottingham, and one in London
The current rule for entering Spain is you have to show either a negative coronavirus test or proof showing they have been double-jabbed.
A message posted on the Gov.uk website states: “From December 1, all arrivals to Spain from the UK (excluding children under the age of 12 years old) must present proof of vaccination.”
From Wednesday, anyone arriving in Spain will also have to fill out a health control form and show their vaccination record.
Spain is a popular holiday destination for those living in Spain. Many people who have caravans in Skegness stay in Spain while their sites are closed.
Although many of the travel agents we have spoken to agree with the new rule, they do hope the new rule will not seriously impact their business and will encourage more people to get vaccinated.