Over 12s to be vaccinated for travel to Spain
in Coronavirus travel help & info
12 replies 411 views
Hello. We booked a holiday to Spain in August 2021 for travel August 2022. Since booking Spain have updated their entry requirements that all over 12s need to be double vaccinated. My son isn’t 12 until 9th May, so with the 3 month gap between vaccinations there is no way he can meet this entry requirement before we travel on 4th August. Does anyone know if there is any exception/leeway for this circumstance as this will affect any families with children turning 12 less that 3/4 months before planning to travel. Thank you
Latest MSE News and Guides
Martin and MSE campaign win
April's 20% energy price guarantee hike postponedMSE News
Childcare budget boost
More support for children from nine months and those on Universal CreditMSE News
Energy Price Guarantee calculator
How much you'll likely pay from AprilMSE Tools
Home improvement secured loans 30,130/41,000 and 23,156/28,000 End 2027 and 2029
Mortgage 64,513/100,000 End Nov 2035
2022 all rolling into new mortgage + extra to finish house. 125,000 End 2036
No point in getting concerned about it at present.
However as others have said both the Spanish and U.K. rules are likely to change multiple times between now and then.
If too stressful to wait and see, delay your departure date.
A first vaccine on his birthday, would allow for a second vaccine on 1 August.