In March, the Spanish authorities announced that by June a digital green certificate will be operational, allowing tourists to enter the country, including Ibiza, Mallorca and the rest of the Balearic islands. Spain’s general secretary of Digital Health, Information and Innovation has announced that recently-developed COVID-19 passports — officially recognised as Digital Green Certificates — will allow EU residents to enter the country without coronavirus testing or quarantine

In a press conference on the national television, Spain’s tourism minister Reyes Maroto said that the certificates would allow Spain to “reopen safely” and be “pioneers” in global tourism following the coronavirus pandemic, as well as providing “safe mobility” for tourists.


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