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Bilbao is a city located in the north of Spain, capital of the province of Vizcaya, it is known for hosting modern architecture with classic touches of any European city. In 2018 it was awarded the prize for the best European city by the international urban planning organization.

If you decide to visit it, and require a Covid-19 test (RT-PCR or antigens) for your return, we put at your disposal one of our collaborating centers in Bilbao, located 20 minutes by bus from the airport, 10 minutes walk from the station. trains, 15 minutes walk from Bilbao Intermodal station; It will allow you to take your test without having to travel a long time.

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What to see in Bilbao?

  1. Guggenheim museum

This contemporary museum is one of the main attractions of the city, it has been positioned as a reference in avant-garde architecture, both nationally and internationally. The exhibitions are seasonal variations, they have given a home to sculptures that will leave anyone breathless.

  1. The Ribera market

Also known as the largest food market in Europe, it brings together typical dishes of Basque gastronomy, sells from fresh products to prepared dishes. It has a very dynamic and pleasant atmosphere, with jazz bands to liven up your visit while you enjoy some Gildas or pintxos with views of the estuary.

  1. Basilica of Our Lady of Begoña

It is the sanctuary of the patron saint of Bizkaia, in this place legend has it that its inhabitants were witnesses of what they called "The appearance of the Virgin." This temple was built with donations from the faithful, who supported the elaboration of the enclosure, they say that in total it took a century to build it. It is very visited on August 15 and October 11, which is the date where believers come to worship.

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  1. Arriaga Theater

This beautiful building has inspirations from Parisian opera, it was built as a tribute to the musician Juan Crisóstomo de Arriaga, who has been called "the Spanish Mozart." It has had several restorations as a result of various accidents, for example, the floods suffered in 1983. Currently, it can be visited without a problem.

 

At medmesafe, we ​​offer all the Covid tests necessary for travel: antigens, RT-PCR, serology, and home services. If you have additional questions, contact us through the following form.


 


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Valencia is the third most populated city in Spain, followed by Madrid and Barcelona; It is a city rich in culture and history, with representative monuments such as the City of Sciences, typical local gastronomy such as paella, and its local festivals known as “Fallas de Valencia”.

If you visit this beautiful city, and due to current mobility restrictions due to Covid-19 you need an antigen test or RT-PCR, we have several accredited centers where you can perform, with results in English, QR Code, and valid for any international destination.

In the city of Valencia, we have 4 collaborating centers, the first one is located on Calle Emparrado, just a 5-minute walk from the Plaza Mayor. The second is on Avenida de Baleares, 2 minutes walk from Gulliver Park. The third located on Calle Gran Vía Fernando el Católico and Calle Marqués del Turia, collide with the extensive Turia Gardens, where you can enjoy activities for both adults and children.

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And the last option in Valencia is located on Calle Salvador Pau, 5 minutes walk from the Palacio de la Música, offers private parking, and works on Saturdays as well. Ideal for those users who need to take their test at the weekend because they travel on Monday morning.

If you are in the Gandía area, this picturesque little town offers beautiful beaches to its visitors, on Calle Alzira we have an option for your Covid-19 test. Located just 2 minutes walk from the train station, and 5 minutes walk from the Archaeological Museum of Gandía. Ideal to avoid having to interrupt your vacation to prepare for your return trip.

Oliva is the second coastal town in the Valencian Community, it is a very popular place among people who want to retire in Spain, and its gastronomy and cultural offer make it a very attractive destination. In this town we put at your disposal an authorized center for your test, located on Calle Navarra, just 7 minutes walk from the Castle of Santan Ana, the main tourist attraction of the place.

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Sagunto is another of the coastal towns that the Valencian Community offers, with attractions such as the Castle of Sagunto, the Roman Theater, and its Old Town, it offers plans for all ages. In case you need to carry out your Covid-19 test to travel, we put at your disposal an authorized center, in Calle Plaza Perixcateria, just a 2-minute walk from La Glorieta Park.

What to see in Valencia?

  1. City of Arts and Sciences

It is one of the most important architectural complexes in the city, it was inaugurated in 1998, its design belongs to the engineers Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela, it fulfills the function of a cultural and entertainment complex for locals and tourists. It is located at the end of the Turia river and has been awarded as one of the 12 treasures of Spain.

 

  1. The Turia gardens

They are a project that arose as a result of the planned diversion of the Turia river in the city, it was thought to replace the river bed with these gardens so that the space was used to bring more green spaces in the city. It has a total of almost 7 kilometers, and activities can be carried out for both children and adults.

 

  1. Historic center / Barrio el Carmen

 

Like most Spanish cities, the center keeps its historical relics as well. This alternative neighborhood is the option for those who want to live and taste Valencian gastronomy, as well as enjoy a free walking tour to learn from it.

 

  1. Town Hall Square

It is the main meeting point for those who like to see the Fallas Valencianas, which are representative festivals of the entire Community. Great figures of various subjects are made, to explode with pyrotechnics and generate a light show.

 

At medmesafe, we ​​offer all the Covid tests necessary for travel: antigens, RT-PCR, serology, and home services. If you have additional questions, contact us through the following form.


 


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Santander is the most important port city in Spain, it is the main door for the ferries and cruises that connect the country with destinations such as Ireland, England, and much more. It is estimated that more than 1,000,000 tourists visit it annually, the main ferry company that operates in it "Brittaney ferries" transfers an endless number of passengers from one country to another in approximately 20 hours.

Its Severiano Ballesteros airport, located in the neighboring municipality of Camargo, was inactive until 2003 due to lack of air traffic. Currently, thanks to a grant agreement with the airline Ryanair, they mobilize most of the travelers who visit Santander by plane. Another way to get there is through the AVE long-distance fast train, which connects one end of Spain to another, from Alicante to Santander.

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If you are traveling from Santander, Spain to any international destination, you will probably need an RT-PCR or antigen test 72 hours before your trip. At medmesafe, we offer all Covid-19 tests valid for travel, with results in English and a QR code. We offer customer service in Spanish, English, and French.

 

In the city of Santander, we have a collaborating center located on Calle Castilla, just 4 minutes walk from the Ferry station, 5 minutes walk from the bus station. With a special price for our users, if you buy your voucher with us you will have a guarantee of your results on time for a lower price.

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What to see in Santander?

  1. The Sardinero

It is the best area of ​​the city, it has a promenade that offers the best gastronomy of the place, as well as beach activities for its visitors. It starts at Avenida Reina Victoria and ends at the second Playa del Sardinero, if you are a fan of nightlife you can visit the Gran Casino or the different bars in the place.

  1. The lighthouse of Cabo Mayor

It is one of the iconic monuments of the city, it is located at the tip of the Playa de Mataleñas, you arrive at it after a slight walk along its path. On one side you will have the beach and you can see everything from the cliff. It has a cafe/bar where you can enjoy some beers and tapas watching the sunset on the beach.

  1. The Magdalena Palace

This tour is a favorite among tourists since you have a train that goes around the whole place. The starting point of the tour is at the end of Avenida Reina Victoria, you must take the train known as "Magdaleno", and during the journey, you will be given information about the city, its history, monuments and more. In the end, there is a very attractive marine museum for the little ones.

  1. The most popular beaches in Santander 

Few Spanish provinces have sandy coast beaches and crystal clear water, the most popular of the place are: Los Peligros, La Magdalena, Bikinis, El Camello, La Concha, Primera de El Sardinero, Segunda de El Sardinero, Los Molinucos and Mataleñas. Without a doubt, the best plan to spend a day with the family, without worries.

 

We remind you that we have a post explaining the requirements to return to the UK and that at medmesafe we ​​offer all the Covid tests necessary for travel: antigens, RT-PCR, serology, and home services. If you have additional questions, contact us through the following form.


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Seville is the fourth most populated city in Spain, after Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia. It is a town with the largest old town in Spain, and the sixth-largest in the European Union, not to be confused with the old town, which only contains buildings and elements that tell the evolution of the city over time.

If you travel from Spain to other countries, due to Covid-19 restrictions you probably need an RT-PCR or antigen test, at medmesafe, we ​​offer you 3 accredited laboratories in the city of Seville, with the best location, so you can enjoy the city.

In the following link, you can see all the options, whether you choose the center located a 1-minute walk from the Basilica Jesús del Gran Poder, also from the Corte Inglés Duque, which has private parking. You can visit the entire historic center and 15 minutes by car from the Port of Seville.

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The second option is located in Tiro de Línea, just a 10-minute walk from the Plaza de España in Seville, famous for being the largest in Spain, and the Aquarium of Seville, a must-see attraction for tourists visiting the city.

Both options are less than 20 minutes from the Seville-San Pablo International Airport by car, 15 minutes by car from the Seville train station, or 5 minutes by car from the Seville bus station, they are undoubtedly an ideal alternative. so as not to neglect the plans to enjoy this beautiful place.

We also offer an option in the town of Alcalá de Guadaíra, a municipality in the city of Seville, known for the Castle that bears the same name. It is an extensive fortified complex that is located in the Cerro del Castillo. The center where you can take your Covid-19 test is 7 minutes by car from the castle and 15 minutes on foot from it.

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What to see in Seville?

  1. Real Alcázar, an essential place to see in Seville

It is perhaps one of the oldest palaces in the world, thought to date from the 11th century, with gardens and structures that take your breath away. This architectural work has well-marked Arab, Mudejar, Gothic and Baroque influences. You can go all over it, and it is a stop that has no waste whatsoever.

 

  1. Spain Square

It is the best-known structure in the city, its construction was thought of in 1929 for the Ibero-American Exposition, it is the longest in Spain. Initially, it had been planned that after the event, this structure would be part of the University of Seville, however, it became the headquarters of the Military Government. It currently houses the military museum of Seville and the sub-delegation of the Government of Seville.

 

  1.  Basilica of Jesus of the Great Power

It was built to house the great devotion that the Sevillians professed for the image of the saint that bears their name, located 10 minutes from the Port of Seville, annually receives an endless number of religious believers. It is one of the youngest structures in the city.

 

  1. Cathedral of Sevilla

It is the third-largest Christian temple in the world, this makes it one of the most visited monuments in the entire Spanish territory. It is more than 600 years old, it has undergone numerous restorations and is perfectly accessible to tourists daily.

 

We remind you that we have a post explaining the requirements to return to the UK and that at medmesafe we ​​offer all the Covid tests necessary for travel: antigens, RT-PCR, serology, and home services. If you have additional questions, contact us through the following form.


 


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Granada is one of the most visited Spanish cities in Europe, it has architectural wonders and several UNESCO prizes as a cultural city. It receives an average of 5 million visitors annually, it has a privileged location due to its proximity to the Sierra Nevada, which makes it a tourist destination par excellence.

If you visit the city of Granada this year, you will know that due to Covid-19 certain tests are needed to travel: RT-PCR or antigen test. At medmesafe, we put at your disposal two accredited laboratories in the city to carry out these tests.

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Located just two minutes walk from the Granada bullring, which has its own Parking San Larazo - Plaza de Toros Granada. 20 minutes by car from Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén Airport, the main air terminal in this area. 7 minutes by car from Granada train station or 5 minutes by car from Granada bus station (ADIF).

With service in multiple languages, certified with a QR code, it is the alternative for all people who travel.

If you purchase your test with medmesafe we ​​manage your appointment, making sure that you attend the laboratory at the ideal time for your test. The results are delivered in English, with all the requirements for your international trip, to any destination in the world.

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What to see in Granada?

  1. The Alhambra

It is one of the most recognized Spanish palaces, it adorns the highest point of the hill where it is located and is accessible by public transport. It is one of the most important monuments in Spain, where the court was housed during the Nasrid Kingdom. Tickets to visit it must be set aside months in advance because it is usually full.

 

  1. The walk of the sad.

Nicknamed by visitors as "the most beautiful street in the city", you will wonder how it is possible with the name that it takes. Well, the reality is that the street was originally known as "Carrera del Darro" or "Paseo del Padre Majón", in ancient times it was the path that led to the cemetery, that is why those crossed it to visit the graves of their loved ones, make this place so picturesque a little more interesting than the rest of the streets. This spectacular walk will take you to the Albaicín, the Sacromonte, and one of the entrances to the Alhambra.

 

  1. The viewpoint of San Nicolás

Of course, the best way to get to know a city, from the heights. This famous viewpoint allows you to admire the main tourist attractions of the city of Granada, and it also gives you a wonderful view of the Alhambra Palace. It is located in the heart of the Albaicín, the climb can be done on foot, so with a little effort, you will achieve spectacular views.

 

  1. Albaicín Flamenco Festival

If you are one of those who think of flamenco when you think of Spain, Granada is your city. In the Sacromonte neighborhood, you can see architecture representative of the gypsies, in addition to enjoying this spectacular festival. The cave-shaped houses, all with facades of the same color, make you fully live the gypsy experience.

 

  1. The Royal Chapel

After the Cathedral of Granada, this chapel is the most visited, it is the place where the remains of the Catholic king's rest, of which among the most emblematic we have Juana "La Loca" and her husband Felipe "The beautiful”. If you are a fan of history and architecture, it is a mandatory stop for you.

 

We remind you that we have a post explaining the requirements to return to the UK and that at medmesafe we ​​offer all the Covid tests necessary for travel: antigens, RT-PCR, serology, and home services. If you have additional questions, contact us through the following form.


 


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San Sebastián, Spain, is a very popular destination in the country, thanks to its border location with France, it is one of the main cities visited by English and French neighbors.

With current mobility restrictions due to Covid-19, at medmesafe, we ​​offer an accredited laboratory to perform your RT-PCR or antigen test.

Located just 30 minutes by car from the French border, it is one of the best options to take the test before resuming your trip. With service in multiple languages, certified with a QR code, it is the alternative for all people who travel.

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It is also a strategic point for those traveling to the United Kingdom, as it allows them to obtain their results in time before starting their journey through France, or by plane to the United Kingdom. The laboratory is located 20 minutes by car from the airport, 5 minutes from the Port of San Sebastián, and 7 minutes from the bus terminal.

If you travel by train, it is a 5-minute walk from the Center. If you travel by private transport, there is an OTA parking area and there are three underground car parks in the area: Plaza de Cataluña and Plaza del Chofre and Zurriola.

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What to see in San Sebastián / Donostia?

  1. Promenade "La Concha"

It is the highest-rated urban beach by tourists in the city, its classic lampposts make the atmosphere an elegant and magical place, without losing that essence of a coastal city. You can taste the rich local cuisine with exclusive views of the Cantabrian Sea

 

  1. The Cathedral of the Good Shepherd

This architectural jewel dates from the late nineteenth century, it is the most important temple in this city. Its inspiration is based mainly on the structures of what was known as the Main Chapel, it has been restored on numerous occasions to allow more tourists to visit it and see it first-hand.

 

  1. The old town of Donostia

Named after the native language of the region, Euskera is a neighborhood with a lot of character and charm. In this place you can see the true essence and history of the city, it has its respective free walking tour, that is, a tour where they tell you the evolution over the years of this great city for free.

 

  1. Pintxos tour

We can all agree that one of the best parts of travel is eating, knowing where we are through its flavors and typical dishes. This is why if you go to the city of San Sebastián, you must do what they call the pintxos tour in the old town. They offer in the form of a “tapa” an innumerable amount of typical Spanish and unbeatable dishes from the city.

 

  1. San Telmo Museum

If the weather doesn't allow you to take long walks around the city, we have a perfect “indoors” plan for you. The San Telmo museum is one of the most important in the place, it keeps pieces of ethnography, art, architecture, and much more, from the 16th century onwards. Their opening hours are from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

We remind you that we have a post explaining the requirements to return to the UK and that at medmesafe we ​​offer all the Covid tests necessary for travel: antigensRT-PCRserology, and home services. If you have additional questions, contact us through the following form.


Top 5 destinations prefer by English in Spain

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Spain is a favorite destination for the English citizens, either for the summer or retirement. The diversity of climate and landscapes make the English people choose to come and fall in love with the country. Even so, different cities are more in demand than others, either for their beaches, their nightlife or cultural activities. Today, we are going to tell you which are the 5 destinations preferred by English citizens to visit in this country.

Since July 2021, the Spanish government lifted the restrictions related to Covid tests for English citizens who want to visit the country, not being necessary to present any diagnostic test for Covid-19 if they travel from the United Kingdom to Spain. This is an attempt to reactivate the tourism sector in the country, one of the most affected during the pandemic.

  1. Palma de Mallorca

The main island of the Balearic trio is the queen of this top. The English - like the French - have decided to visit its paradisiacal beaches during the summer. The coves of Sa Calobra, Cala Tuent, and Playa S'Amarador, are the 3 most visited. They have all the necessary amenities to enjoy a carefree day at the beach and maximum relaxation.

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  1. Ibiza

Much smaller than its sister Mallorca, but with the same offer, Ibiza is the island of parties and nightlife. Famous for its concerts, festivals, and parties, it is a favorite destination for the English. With wonderful landscapes and beaches of crystal clear water and white sand such as Playa d'en Bossa, bordered by hotels, bars, and shops, to the calmest sandy coves with hills covered with pine trees in its back, which are found throughout the coast.

 

  1. Alicante

The Valencian coast is also very attractive to British tourists, with its history and coastline making the trip very interesting. The most visited points of the city: El Castillo de Santa Bárbara, El Barrio de Santa Cruz (the city center), Las Hogueras de San Juan (best local parties) and La Explanada de España are just a few of the most popular places to visit.

 

  1. Seville

A wonderful city loaded with a lot of history and good vibes, its main attraction is in its architecture, which is why most of the sites visited are related to them. If you are a lover of this, here are the best options to visit: Plaza de España, Museum of Fine Arts, La Catedral de Sevilla, La Giralda and La Torre de Oro.

 

  1. Málaga

It is a city that perfectly combines historical architecture with the best beach amenities, you can enjoy dream beaches while enjoying its best cuisine. Among its most visited attractions, we find La Alcazaba, the Roman Theater, the Cathedral, and its famous La Malagueta beach.

 

Whatever destination you decide to visit in Spain this summer 2021, we invite you to do so in compliance with the security measures. We remind you that we have a post explaining the requirements to return to the UK and that at medmesafe we ​​offer all the Covid tests necessary for travel: antigens, RT-PCR, serology, and home services. If you have additional questions, contact us through the following form.


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Spain is one of the favorite tourist destinations for UK residents, as has been reported by the newspaper The local in its article Holiday bookings to Spain by British tourists soar by 400 percent as UK quarantine rules eased, “budding British tourists have rushed to buy their tickets to Spain, with flight bookings increasing by 400 percent since July 8th, according to the Spanish Airlines Association (ALA)."

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Even though 56.6% of the British population is already fully vaccinated, data published on the official government website, Spain continues to be on the amber list of countries classified by several Coronavirus contagions. According to the current classification, the measures to return to their country that the British will have to comply with are the following:

Before traveling to England

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Upon arrival in England

England currently makes the distinction between people who arrive without being fully vaccinated, and those who do have their full vaccination schedule, for the latter the restrictions are a little lighter:

If you are already fully vaccinated, your conditions are these:

  • You will not have to quarantine upon arrival.
  • You will only have to do the test for the detection of Covid-19 on day 2, you should not buy the one on day 8.
  • Your vaccination schedule must meet the requirements established by the competent authorities.
  • 14 days must have passed after completing your vaccination schedule

If you are not fully vaccinated yet

  • Keep quarantine in your usual residence for 10 days.
  • Take the test for the detection of Covid-19 that you have previously purchased, on days 2 and 8 of your isolation. When you get a negative result, you can move freely.

 

What if I will be in England for less than 10 days, and I am not yet fully vaccinated?

If your trip to England will last less than 10 days, you will need to be in quarantine for this entire time. You must also purchase the tests on day 2 and day 8, even if you will not be in the country after that time.

If you are already fully vaccinated, and it has been 14 days since you completed your vaccination schedule, you will only have to buy the test from day 2 and you do not have to quarantine when you arrive.

At medmesafe, we ​​place at your disposal a network of certified laboratories to carry out your PCR Test (throughout Spain), Home PCR Test, Rapid Antibody Test, and Rapid Antigen Test by contacting us through the following form

Source: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list-rules 


 


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With the resurgence of the Indian variant called "Delta" and despite the significant increase in injection of Pfizer – BioNTech, Moderna, Astra Zeneca and Janssen vaccines; Covid-19 infections are on the rise again in France and Europe, particularly in Spain and Portugal.

Thus, during his last televised speech, French President Emmanuel Macron decreed that people wishing to enter French territory will now be asked, in the event that they have not received the complete vaccination diagram (read our article here ) a Covid19 negative test of less than 24 hours contrary to the subsequent requirements which were a negative test of less than 72 hours for the PCR test and less than 48 hours for the antigen test.

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This choice was confirmed by Clément Beaune, member of the Government and Secretary of State at the Ministries of Europe and Foreign Affairs via his Twitter account, without giving details of its implementation; which created stress and confusion. In recent days, he has finally communicated these measures in numerous interventions in the national media.
 

This new requirements will be asked, according to Clément Beaune, from this weekend of July 17 and 18, 2021.

See all the details on the following video

Anyone who does not meet this requirement will, according to the Voix du Nord, be forced to pay a fine of “135 euros per person. In the case of repeated offenses, this fine can go up to € 3,750 ”. There are also plans to strengthen border controls with immediate effect.

This measure poses the problem of a sudden change without taking into account the saturation of laboratories in Spain.

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In Spain all the diagnostic tests for Sars-Cov-2 or coronavirus are offered, at medmesafe, we ​​offer these services to our users, with the largest network of accredited laboratories in Spain:

  • Results in 24 hours.
  • Certificate in English or Spanish.
  • A certificate with a QR code.
  • Accredited laboratories to travel anywhere in the world.

We have at your disposal the following services:

With personalized service in multiple languages, and delivery of results in the agreed time.

NB: Self-tests purchased in pharmacies are not valid for travel!

We are also available to our users to answer their questions via this form: click here.

Have a nice summer and have a good trip!


 

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We know that it is difficult to keep up with changes and travel restrictions in times of Covid-19. Recently, in the case of a traveler who was not allowed to get on the bus to travel to France from Barcelona, ​​the FlixBus transport line indicated that an RT-PCR test was necessary; Is this true?

Not entirely, currently, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs allows you to travel to France with a certificate of a negative antigen test or RT-PCR, carried out no more than 72 hours before the trip; However, Hector only had with him the certificate of an antigen test carried out in the pharmacy, so they have not allowed him to travel.

According to the president of France, Emmanuel Macron, in his speech on July 12 2021, France will begin to demand that the results of these tests have no more than 24 hours.

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If you are traveling through the European Union at this time, you must understand that entry and exit restrictions are imposed by the country of destination. We have a post about what test you need to travel to which destination, even so, and despite the free mobility of people through the European Union, the current crisis has made the borders between countries once again be partially controlled.

What options do I have to know the restrictions of each country?

Initially, the official website of the European Union, which keeps its citizens informed of the evolution of the pandemic in the different member states, is the "European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)", there you can find an interactive map, that informs you about the requirements imposed by each country, about Covid-19.

As a second option, if you are traveling from Spain, the official website of the "Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation", has a section for each country you decide to visit. It has consular information, evidence, forty, and others.

As a third option, there are the official websites of each country; some examples of them are https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control in the United Kingdom, https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr in France and http://www.exteriores.gob.es in Spain. Each country has its own website with current information on the conditions to visit it, as well as reports on the evolution of the virus in its territory and other information of interest.

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Can my transportation company refuse to let me travel if I do not submit a PCR test?

The answer is yes, since the countries' entry measures are demanding these conditions, the most common being the RT-PCR and antigen tests. With the introduction of the Covid-19 passport, many people thought that vaccination would be mandatory for travel, but this, unlike tests, is optional and facilitates the mobility of the traveler through the European Union.

Where can I do my antigen test or PCR in Spain?

In Spain all the diagnostic tests for Sars-Cov-2 or coronavirus are offered, at medmesafe, we ​​offer these services to our users, with the largest network of accredited laboratories in Spain:

  • Results in 24 hours.
  • Certificate in English or Spanish.
  • A certificate with a QR code.
  • Accredited laboratories to travel anywhere in the world.

We have at your disposal the following services:

With personalized service in multiple languages, and delivery of results in the agreed time.

If you have any additional questions, leave them in the comments.


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