Last update: 24 March 2021
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Spain
If you're in Spain and believe you have symptoms or have been in contact with someone who does, call 112. For general information and questions related to COVID-19, toll-free (from Spain) information lines are available in each Comunidad Autónoma.
COVID−19 remains a risk in Spain and is present in all regions of the country. From 25 October, there is a State of Alarm in place with new nationwide control measures. The situation differs regionally and regional authorities may implement further measures, including localised movement restrictions at short notice.
To know more about the current COVID-19 context of a specific Spanish province, you can consult this interactive map by the Spanish Ministry of Health.
Vaccinations in Spain
The Spanish government has indicated that anyone residing in Spain will be able to access the Spanish national vaccination program. Details of how this access will be implemented have not yet been released. As vaccination programs are delivered at the regional level, you should continue to monitor local advice on the roll out of the vaccination strategy in your region.
For more information, visit the Smartraveller Travel Advice for Spain.
Spanish Government official channels:
If you are in Spain, we recommendyou follow the Spanish Government’s official channels for regular updates:
Spanish Government: Twitter @desdelamoncloa / Website - lamoncloa.gob.es/en (some information is available in English)
Ministry of Health: Twitter - @sanidadgob & @SaludPublicaEs (for information on public health) / Website - mscbs.gob.es/en (some information is available in English)
Ministry of Transports, Mobility and Urban Agenda: Twitter - @mitmagob / Website - mitma.gob.es
Ministry of Home Affairs: Twitter - @interiorgob / Website - www.interior.gob.es/en (some information is available in English)