The Canary Islands will stop requiring PCR tests or antigen tests for national passengers who are already vaccinated.
The Governing Council agreed this Thursday, although the measure will take effect next week, through an order that will be published by the Ministry of Health in the Official Gazette of the Canary Islands. To be excluded from presenting Covid proof, passengers will have to prove that they have already received the complete schedule or at least one dose of the vaccine, with a date in advance of more than 15 days with respect to the date of the trip.
Along with vaccinated people, those who prove that they have already had the disease less than six months ago, or those who have been outside the Canary Islands for a period of less than 72 hours prior to arrival , will also be excluded from presenting a PDIA upon entry into the Canary Islands, regardless of your place of residence.
The Governing Council of the Canary Islands has once again reviewed the epidemiological indicators of each island this Thursday and has decided to keep Lanzarote at alert level 2Gran Canaria, which will drop from level 2 to level 1,