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The mobility restrictions caused by the pandemic are gradually becoming more flexible, as we have commented previously, with the arrival of the Covid-19 passport and the current rate of vaccination; The European Union is committed to saving the summer of 2021.

The United Kingdom is one of the few countries that still require quarantine when entering its territory. If you want a detailed guide of what you need according to which country, you can read it in our post “Covid-19 digital certificate of the European Union, what is it? What is it for? How do you use it? We tell you everything about the new measure approved"

Here is an updated guide (July 2021), of the requirements that you must meet if you travel from Spain to the United Kingdom. The following restrictions apply to the entire Spanish territory except for the Balearic Islands, which are in the green list of countries, according to the information on the official website

Step 1. Obtain your negative certificate for the RT-PCR fit to fly test.

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.


The first step when traveling to the United Kingdom is to carry out a fit-to-fly RT-PCR test in the city of Spain where you are. Depending on this, the results times range from 6 hours to a maximum of 48 hours. The certificate must meet certain information to be considered valid:

  • Name and surname of the patient (as it appears on their identity document).
  • Identification number (passport).
  • Client's date of birth.
  • Analysis number.
  • Data from the laboratory conducting the test.
  • Date of sample collection.
  • Date of delivery of the result.
  • Professional who has validated the sample.
  • QR code with a link to the laboratory database to verify the validity of the test.
  • Type of sample and methodology used to carry out the test.

Step 2. Buy the kits from days 2 and 8

As we mentioned, the United Kingdom is one of the few countries that still require a 10-day quarantine, achievable from the arrival of the person to the territory. This day will count as day 0, and the quarantine will end 10 days later at 11:59 pm. This, because it is the amount of time it takes for Covid-19 to manifest symptoms.

To declare to the Government that they are not infected with the virus, travelers must buy 2 home tests known as the “day 2 and day 8 test”; On the official website, they have a list of authorized providers for these tests. Individuals will need to fill out this form and once completed, such providers will be suggested.

The name of these kits is given because they are made on the second and eighth day after the person has arrived in the United Kingdom, in this way the Government ensures that she is not infected. In case of a positive, the person will be contacted to give the necessary guidelines.

Step 3. How to shorten the quarantine time?

If the person wants to cut their quarantine time, they will have to carry out an RT-PCR test voluntarily on day 5 of their arrival in the UK. If he tests negative, he will no longer be required to quarantine.

Step 4. Where should the quarantine be done?

The UK Government allows 3 assumptions for people to keep the proper quarantine time:

  • In your habitual residence.
  • With family or friends.
  • A hotel or temporary accommodation is paid for by the person.

In the case of the last two options, the person may not be in contact with other cohabitants or make use of common spaces such as bars or gyms. In this way, they prevent the spread of the virus.

Undoubtedly, Spain is one of the favorite tourist destinations for the English, who have shown their broad interest in spending the summer in the country. We hope this guide is helpful to you, and if not, you can always contact us for more information.

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


Today, July 1st, the Covid-19 "passport" comes into force for some countries. In a past post, we explained that it is a document (digital or physical), which will allow to gradually recover the free movement of citizens through the European Union. This document contains the information of its owner against Covid-19, that is:

  • If the person has been vaccinated, with which vaccine and how many doses do they have.
  • How long have you received the vaccination from him
  • If you have passed Covid-19 and have developed antibodies.
  • Negative antigen or PCR result.

In this way, the authorities will be able to know the situation of each person against the Coronavirus or Covid-19, the main mission is to facilitate travel between territories belonging to the European Union and countries associated with Schengen.


How is this certificate obtained?

Well, several scenarios arise, before knowing the conditions you should know that at least in Spain, it is issued by each autonomous community, and you must have passed through one of the health controls: vaccination or Covid infection. In the case of the RT-PCR test and travel antigens, they are not covered by Social Security.

If you have been vaccinated: you must have completed the two doses of the vaccine, wait 14 days and you will be able to travel; in the case of single-dose vaccines, it will be the same waiting time. For people who have passed the Covid-19 and have developed antibodies, with a single vaccination dose it is considered that they already have the full dose.

If you have been infected with Covid-19, you have taken an antigen test or PCR with social security, and it has not been more than 180 days, you can present this result to obtain the QR code.

If you do not qualify in any of the above cases, you will have to pay for your RT-PCR or antigen test, the type of test you must perform will depend on your destination. We have a post that tells you what test each country accepts to visit in the following link.

If I am vaccinated, but my children are not, what do I do?

As we know, vaccination (at least in Spain) began prioritizing the oldest adults in the population. Currently, in Spain adults between 40-45 years of age are already being vaccinated; But what if you travel as a family?

Well, the answer varies according to the destination, let's take an example of a family that wants to take their grandparents and children on vacation to France, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain, all children under 11 years of age are exempt from presenting a Covid-19 diagnostic test, understanding that the elderly are already vaccinated, all other members of the family must take a RT-PCR test or an antigen test no longer than 72 hours.

What destinations can I visit?

According to the ABC news portal, with this certificate, you can travel to any of the 27 member states of the European Union: Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Romania and Sweden; also Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland.

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

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Ireland is a very popular destination for people who want to practice or learn the English language, with a fairly wide cultural and leisure offer. This country already allows tourism travel, however, due to restrictions - a product of the Covid-19 pandemic - it has certain limitations that we explain below:

If you travel from Spain to Ireland

For Ireland, Spain is not labeled as a high-risk country, this means that whoever travellers from here will not have to isolate themselves for 14 days in a hotel designated for it. As long as an RT-PCR test is presented, no more than 72 hours after it is done is sufficient.

Ireland does not accept other tests such as antigens or antibodies for entry into its territory, but it does accept vaccination certificates, as long as the vaccine is approved by the European Union. As of July, it is estimated that the travel certificates known as "Covid-19 passports" will be available for its citizens to circulate freely.

The traveler from Spain should not isolate themselves in one of the hotels destined for people from high-risk countries, however, they must comply with a quarantine of at least 14 days in accommodation or residence of their choice; Isolation time will only be reduced if an RT-PCR test is performed on the fifth day of arrival and a negative result is obtained.

ALL people, regardless of their origin, must fill out a passenger location form, which they can find at this link. The Irish authorities will be informed of the traveler's data: name, surname, etc .; contact details, and place of stay in Ireland.


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


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If you are planning a trip to Germany from Spain soon, this information interests you.

Germany is a country that has bet on the individual responsibility of its citizens to stop the spread of the virus, they have antigen self-tests, which can be bought in pharmacies and supermarkets. Until recently, they asked everyone who came from another country to self-quarantine for 10 days before living in Germany.

On June 23, this country has updated the requirements for those who decide to visit it, according to the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation of Spain, those who travel from any of these Spanish provinces/cities must only present a PCR test or an antigen test, no more than 72 hours:

  • Balearics
  • Murcia
  • Valencia
  • Galicia
  • Canary Islands
  • Estremadura
  • Asturias
  • Castilla la Mancha
  • Cantabria
  • Castilla Leon
  • Madrid
  • Aragon
  • Catalonia
  • Melilla


On the contrary, provinces such as Andalusia, are still on the list of countries with a high number of infections by Covid-19, if you arrive in Germany from any of these destinations, you must keep a voluntary quarantine for 10 days, only reducible if perform an RT-PCR test on day 5 and get a negative result.

Registration obligation

There is also a mandatory registration form, which can be found at, where ALL travelers must provide their contact and personal information (name, surname, mobile, etc.); in addition to the RT-PCR test, antigens, or the vaccination certificate.

People who are exempt from submitting this form are:

  • Those who are only in Germany in transit, with another final destination.
  • People who will be in the country for less than 24 hours.
  • Workers of transporting goods and services.

Test requirements

Accepted tests are nucleic acid amplification tests (PCR, TMA, LAMP), as well as antigen tests for the direct detection of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, provided they meet the minimum criteria (≥80% sensitivity and ≥ 97% specificity).


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


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Good news for travelers returning to the United Kingdom from Spain, the Government has published this morning on its official site that the Balearic Islands go to the green list since June 30 at  4:00 am:

“Spain (including the Balearics and Canary Islands) The Balearic islands will move to the green watchlist at 4:00 am, Wednesday 30 June. If you arrive in England from the Balearics before then, you need to follow the amber list rules. Mainland Spain and the Canary Islands will stay on the amber list."

The requirements that are maintained for the countries on the green list are:

  • RT-PCR test for the return trip, do a maximum of 72 hours before the trip.
  • Certificate of results in English with QR code.
  • Purchase of PCR test kits at home on days 2 and 8 after your return.

We have a post where we explain all the requirements that your certificate must have, once your test has been carried out in Spain:

  • Laboratory name
  • Laboratory contact details
  • Details of the specialist who analyzes the sample
  • Analysis method used
  • Test reliability
  • Sample collection date
  • Patient's date of birth
  • Patient's first and last name
  • QR code

We will keep abreast of the new measures taken by the Government of the United Kingdom regarding the position of Spain in the list of risk countries.


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.


RT-PCR from a self-shot is already a reality, now you can order a COVID-19 RT-PCR Test - Self-shot at the comfort of your home. Avoid taking the sample through the nose, and use this test similar to self-saliva. Your kit contains the necessary instructions and permits for you to collect your sample, deliver it to an authorized courier, who takes the package to the indicated laboratory. In this way, it is sought to reduce the waiting time for the test result, and the long lines in some laboratories today. It is also a cheaper option than in-center PCR.
You will not have to go to any laboratory to take the test, the result is valid for travel to destinations such as the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands or in any country in the world. It is the best alternative for families or people who want to travel from Spain to different tourist destinations this summer 2021.
Self-collection is through gargling so that the test detects the presence of Covid-19 or the new coronavirus, as an RT-PCR would do with a nasopharyngeal sample. It is valid for travel since the certificate contains all the international requirements necessary to affirm that the person is not infected with the virus.
It is a much more comfortable test to perform, especially for children and older adults. Results are delivered within 24 hours of receipt by the courier, and shipping is available throughout Spain. This type of test detects the virus even in asymptomatic people. We work with certified laboratories in more than 90 centers throughout Spain. You only have to place your order before 5:30 p.m. from Monday to Friday, and you will receive your kit the next morning at the indicated address. Once you carry out the self-sampling, you will have an instruction manual to request its collection and the laboratory is in charge of processing it.
You can purchase your self-gargle kit at this link:
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

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The European Union has held numerous meetings to determine the safest way to resume free movement between member countries, and thus reactivate the economy, especially in countries that depend on tourism such as Spain and Portugal. We already mentioned in previous posts that the President of the Government Pedro Sánchez has declared that to come to Spain these people have a free pass:

  • Tourists from the UK.
  • European citizens with the full dose of their vaccine.
  • Tourists from third countries have all the doses of the vaccines accepted by the European Union.

But what about tourists who want to travel from Spain to other destinations in the European Union? Next, we present a comparative table of the countries that you can visit as a tourist and the conditions required in each one. for travelers, updated on June 7, 2021

Germany: Accepts PCR test for no older than 72 hours or antigen test no older than 48 hours. Once you land in the country, you must comply with a 10-day quarantine, which can be reduced to 5 if a PCR that gives a negative result is carried out. People with a valid vaccination certificate are exempt from testing.

Austria: Accepts PCR test for no older than 72 hours or antigen test no older than 48 hours. They should not quarantine upon arrival. People with a valid vaccination certificate are exempt from testing.

Belgium: Only accepts the PCR test as a certificate to travel, valid for a maximum of 72 hours, you must quarantine upon arrival, it can only be reduced in case of a negative PCR test on the 5th day.

Bulgaria: Certificate of vaccination with the last dose of the vaccine administered at least 14 days before or a PCR test of no more than 72 hours.

Cyprus: PCR test no older than 72 hours or complete vaccination certificate for the case of AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, and Sputnik.

Croatia: They must present a complete vaccination certificate, at least 14 days after the last dose. If not, a PCR test of no older than 72 hours or an antigen test of no older than 48 hours can be performed. If they do not have any, they will be able to take the test upon arrival in the country, but they will have to wait in quarantine for the result.

Denmark: They accept a PCR test for no older than 72 hours or antigen test for no older than 48 hours from its completion, also the complete vaccination certificate. Children under 12 years of age are exempt from these tests.

Slovakia: A PCR test for no older than 72 hours or antigen test for no older than 48 hours. People who do not present a complete vaccination certificate must keep quarantine for 14 days, with the option to cut it on day 8 by doing a PCR test.

Slovenia: Travelers who present a valid vaccination certificate are exempt from submitting a PCR test. An antigen test is not accepted, it must be a PCR test no more than 48 hours after it has been performed.

Estonia: Does not accept an antigen test, it must be a PCR test not more than 72 hours old. Compulsory quarantine must be complied with if at the time of travel the incidence of the country exceeds 150 people per one hundred thousand inhabitants.

Finland: They accept the vaccination certificate even if it is only the first dose, with 21 days since it was received. If they have not been vaccinated, they can carry out a PCR test of no more than 72 hours, and they must keep 14 days of quarantine.

France: Accepts PCR test or antigen test, with less than 72 hours from its completion.

Greece: Accepts the complete vaccination certificate (at least 14 days before), or a PCR test no older than 72 hours performed.
Hungary: Does not accept tourists at the moment.
Ireland: Receive the vaccination certificate with the full doses (7 days before for Pfizer, 14 for Moderna and Janssen, and 15 for Oxford AstraZeneca). In case of not being vaccinated, a PCR test no older than 72 hours must be submitted and a 14-day quarantine, which can be reduced to 5 if a PCR is performed on-site.
Italy: It does not require quarantine and accepts both tests PCR and antigen, with a maximum of 48 hours from its completion.
Latvia: Does not accept tourists at the moment.
Lithuania: A PCR test no older than 72 hours must be submitted and a 10-day quarantine must be carried out, reducible to 7 if a PCR is performed on-site.
Luxembourg: Accepts tourists with PCR or antigen testing performed no more than 72 hours before.
Malta: Receive the vaccination certificate in English or translated into Maltese. If not vaccinated, a PCR or antigen test of no more than 72 hours must be presented. If you do not submit any of these requirements, you must quarantine for 14 days.
Norway: Does not accept tourists at the moment.
The Netherlands: They must present a PCR test with less than 24 hours of validity, if this is not possible, they must carry out a PCR test with no more than 72 hours of validity and an antigen test of no more than 24 hours of validity. They must quarantine for 10 days, except for those who fly from the Canary or the Balearic Islands.
Poland: Present complete vaccination certificate in English or translated into Polish. Otherwise, a PCR or antigen test no more than 48 hours.
Portugal: To travel by air, a PCR test of no more than 72 hours must be submitted, the land borders between Spain and Portugal are not requesting a PCR test.
United Kingdom: They must present a negative PCR test certificate, no more than 72 hours after it is done. Keep quarantine for 10 days, and likewise, perform 2 more PCR tests, 1 on day 2 of quarantine and day 8.

Romania: They do not ask for any test if you travel from Spain.
Sweden: Closed to tourists until June 30.
Switzerland: Present the certificate of a PCR test of no more than 72 hours.


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.

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Since February 2021, the EU has been in talks to create a Covid-19 digital certificate, which facilitates mobility between countries for European citizens. This is due to the negative impact that the pandemic has had on tourism, especially in countries such as Spain and Portugal, which have been among the most affected.

Finally, on May 20, 2021, the EU has approved the creation and use of this Covid-19 digital certificate, a document where information such as:

  • If the person has been vaccinated.
  • A negative result in PCR or antigen test.
  • Antibody test if you have passed Covid-19.

According to an Euractiv report, most EU countries should be “technically ready” to implement the certificate system by the first week of June with the official launch expected at the end of that month.

The travel certificate idea was initially tabled by Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in January in an attempt to facilitate safe travel and re-start economies. Welcomed by global tourism and travel stakeholders, the digital green certificate concept was further pushed forward by the European Commission last month (read more here).

Why does Spain want vaccination certificates? 

According to the website, in Their article Spain to introduce COVID-19 vaccination certificate expalins “One of the priorities for Spain going into 2021 is to help the tourist industry recover after the coronavirus pandemic has ravaged the sector throughout 2020. Like many countries, Spain introduced travel restrictions in order to contain the virus, which have caused tourism to suffer.

Once people have been vaccinated, in theory, they will be unable to catch coronavirus and pass it on. In this case, it may be safe for them to travel without the risk of infecting others or bringing the virus home again after the trip”.  

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. 


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Spain will not require vaccinations, tests, or vaccination passports from British tourists as of May 20. The Government of Spain, in its attempt to reactivate tourism in the country, has negotiated with the European Union that citizens from the United Kingdom (one of the main countries from where most tourists travel) do not have to present PCR or antigen tests when entering Spain.

The measure was announced on May 13 by Fernando Valdés, Secretary of State for Tourism, after a seminar on the European Parliament sector in Madrid.

“Countries with a low incidence should not pose a risk and could come without CRP, from the UK or any other third country. And the same will be done with the rest of Europe”.

For the summer 2021, Spin is expecting the arrival of between 30% and 40% of international tourists who came to the country before the outbreak of the health crisis, according to estimates by the Independent Authority for Fiscal Responsibility (Airef), the body in charge of ensuring the stability of public accounts.

It means that if you travel from the United Kingdom to Spain you do NOT need to perform a PCR test or antigens for the detection of Covid-19, but upon your return to the UK, you should perform a PCR test in Spain before traveling to the United Kingdom. Below, we detail the three requirements you need to enter the United Kingdom upon your return from Spain:

People who want to enter the United Kingdom from Spain must: 

Take a Covid-19 detection test máximum of 72 hours before boarding your plane or ferry, either a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or antigen test.
Book and pay for the COVID-19 post-trip tests on day 2 and day 8, which will be taken after you arrive in the United Kingdom.
Complete the passenger location form, you can find it at this link.

Upon arrival in the UK you must:

  • Quarantine at home or where you are staying for 10 days.
  • Take the COVID-19 test on or before day 2 and or after day 8.
  • You may be able to end the quarantine early if you pay for a private COVID-19 test.

The Minister for Industry, Reyes Maroto has expressed that there is a high probability that Spain will go green in the June review by the British Government, in this way travelers would not have to quarantine when returning to their country: “we have asked to differentiate the epidemiological situation by region. If not, we will have to continue to lower the incidence throughout the country, but we are convinced that the British will be able to spend their summer holidays in Spain if they want,” the minister concluded.

Under any scenario, we have prepared a post on all the requirements that the PCR and antigen test certificate must meet so that they can travel back to the United Kingdom, the data that must appear on the certificate, and the times of results throughout Spain. We also have quality service for all travelers who need to perform these tests in Spain.


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The following post is useful for French citizens and residents.

At medmesafe, we provide your PCR test, with results in a maximum of 48 hours, 100% guaranteed. The certificate accomplishes all the requirements to travel to any destination. We also send you your invoice so you can request your refund in France. Click here for more information

Currently, all persons wishing to enter French territory must submit an RT-PCR test less than 72 hours after it has been carried out. This is a preventive measure to stop the expansion of Covid-19 or coronavirus. Many of our French users have doubts about: prices, deadlines, how to request a refund for the test in France. So we have prepared this post to clarify some of your respective doubts.

Is the PCR test covered in Spain?

In theory, the Spanish public health system can cover your test only if you have strong symptoms or if you are in contact with a Covid-19 positive person. However, your CRP test will not be covered or paid for by Spanish social security if it is done for travel. In this case, you will have to pay the price of the test to be able to do it.

How much does a PCR test cost in Spain?

The prices of the PCR test in Spain vary according to the laboratory, the region where it is performed, and especially the speed of obtaining the results. They range from a minimum of € 100 and can reach up to € 300 if you want the results in an hour.

Due to saturation, most laboratories:


  • Request an appointment to collect the sample, however, it is often difficult to contact them.
  • They do not commit to a specific delivery time for results.

That is why at medmesafe we ​​understand the need to feel supported in these times of stress and uncertainty, we support you throughout the process by phone, WhatsApp, or email:


  • We guarantee your appointment at all the extraction points that you will find on our website.
  • Delivery of results within 24 to 48 hours, from the taking of the sample, we work on continuous days so it is also estimated on weekends.

The price of a PCR testing service through medmesafe is € 109 (see details here). It includes:


  • Management of your appointment
  • Certificate in English or Spanish
  • Valid to travel to any international destination
  • Assistance by WhatsApp, phone, and email
  • The delivery of results by an accredited laboratory within the agreed deadlines on weekdays and weekends (Saturday and Sunday).

For more information:

Can I get a refund for the PCR test that I performed in Spain, once back in France?

In Spain this is not the case, from what we explained above, even so, it is possible to obtain a refund of € 60 upon your return to France. To do this, you must send the following duly completed statement to your Health Insurance Center and attach the required supporting documents.

Our customer service will provide you with an invoice to attach to your file so that you can request a lump sum refund of € 60 and we invite you to contact your mutual to ask if it also covers part of the expenses incurred.

We draw your attention to the fact that the situation may change and that it is best to contact the different official bodies such as the French Embassy in Spain, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Medical Insurance.

French traveling in Europe is also strongly advised to apply for the European Health Insurance Card (TSE). This card allows Spain not to advance the costs related to a medical emergency within the framework of a course of treatment within the Spanish social security. More information:

We wish you a pleasant trip to Spain and we are at your entire disposal through this form.

French Embassy in Spain:
Official website of the French administration:
Health Insurance Website: what-you-need-to-know-about-rt-PCR-screening-tests

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