Traveling to Spain? If you’re coming from one of these countries, you’ll need a negative PCR test
Ireland, Uruguay, Tunisia, Namibia, and Swaziland added to the 74-country list
The Spanish government has published the latest update of countries from which a negative PCR test is needed in order to enter by air or sea, in force from January 11 to 24.
Ireland is back on the list, and Finland has been removed, which means that all travelers coming from any other European Union member state can’t enter Spain unless they present a test proving that they don’t have Covid-19.
A number of non-EU countries have been added to the list, such as Uruguay, Tunisia, Namibia, or Swaziland.
You can check out here the list of countries facing traveling restrictions in place from December 28, 2020, to January 10, 2021.
Here's the latest list of countries from January 11 to January 24:
Denmark (except for Greenland and Faroe Islands)
France (except for Brittany and the islands of Corsica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, and Réunion)
Greece (except for Attica, Dytiki Ellada, Peloponnese, Sterea Ellada, Voreio Aigao, Epirus, Ionian Islands, Crete, and Notio Aigaio)
Norway (except for Agder, Innlandet, Møre og Romsdal, Nordland,
Rogaland, Trøndelag, Troms og Finnmark, Vestfold og Telemark and Vestland)
Portugal (except for The Azores)
Non EU-EEA countries
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gibraltar (United Kingdom)
Isle of Man (United Kingdom)
Jersey (United Kingdom)
Saint Martin (The Netherlands)
Turks and Caicos
United Arab Emirates
United States of America
United States Virgin Islands