(ANSA) – Madrid, June 07 – Various regions of Spain have begun issuing digital Covid certificates (sometimes physical) in order to promote citizens’ mobility: “We have more than 20 days from the date of compulsory entry into force. On July 1, Digital Health Undersecretary Alfredo Gonzalez told a news conference.
The certificate attests that an individual has already completed at least 14 days of EMA or WHO-approved vaccination course against Kovid, or has had a kylase test or a negative test, or has been infected for the past six months.
“The whole of June will be considered a trial period,” Gonzalez explained, although he clarified that these were already valid certificates. At the same time, he said, Spain would no longer recognize such certificates issued by other EU member states.
From today, people with a certified complete vaccination course will be able to enter Spanish territory without restrictions. To do this, it is still mandatory to follow the instructions on the site https://www.spth.gob.es/. (On the handle).
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