Spain aims to open its doors to foreign travelers with Corona passports in June.
This was stated by Minister of State for Tourism in Spain, Fernando Valdes, at a meeting with the World Trade Association and the World Travel and Tourism Council, today, Tuesday, according to what he reported. Watchman.
Valdes said that Spain will participate in a pilot test of a digital vaccine passport so that it will be “ready to receive tourists in June,” according to the British newspaper.
No “magic wand”
Pilot testing, as well as vaccinating the population of Spain, such as “before and after”, according to the foreign minister.
However, he indicated that the vaccination permit is not a “magic wand”, but he believes that it will be an important tool when reopening it to foreign tourists, as well as providing security for travelers.
The vaccine passport will indicate whether the person has been fully vaccinated, tested negative, or has recovered after contracting covid-19.
According to the plan, a simplified version of the certificate will be issued in Norway in May.
Since March last year, Spain has taken strict measures to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.