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A guide to all Covid guides: figures, vaccines, certificates, restrictions, and more

Information on everything you need to know about the pandemic in Catalonia

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09 January 2022 07:33 PM

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ACN|Barcelona

Below is a list of frequently updated articles with useful information on Covid-19 in Catalonia, from daily pandemic indicators to restrictions or how to access the public health system and get vaccinated. 

Daily Covid-19 figures

In this article, we update the main pandemic-related indicators – including cases, deaths, hospitalizations, or the transmission rate – every day based on information provided by the Catalan health department.

Catalonia's vaccination campaign

Here you can find the latest vaccination stats: how many people have had a first, second, or third dose, the number of doses administered daily, and the percentage of the population that has been inoculated according to the Catalan health department.

EU Covid-19 certificates

Find out how to get a certificate demonstrating proof of vaccination, having recently had the virus, or of testing negative as well as what you will need one for here.

Restrictions

The latest information on health and safety measures in Catalonia can be found here.

Traveling to Spain

All passengers have to fill out health control forms prior to travel, but in this article, you will find the most recent list of 'risk' and 'high risk' countries and territories as well as the additional requirements that apply to them.

Catalonia's health system

Questions about public and private healthcare in Catalonia? How to get vaccinated or what La Meva Salut is? This is the article you're looking for.

Covid positives and close contacts

You can find our comprehensive guide to what to do if you have the virus or if you've been in close contact with someone who does here

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  • Face masks are required in indoor spaces open to the public (by Marta Casado)

  • Face masks are required in indoor spaces open to the public (by Marta Casado)

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