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Latest travel and Covid rules for people heading to Spain for Easter holidays

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This Easter is the first school holiday since all coronavirus travel restrictions were lifted in the UK. Airlines have seen a boost in bookings for Easter getaways, with TUI revealing that Spain and Greece are among its most popular destinations.

Spain has so much to offer families and couples looking for a break abroad, boasting short flight times and usually sunny, bright weather.

Holidaymakers also have the option of a city break or a resort getaway, on the Balearic or Canary islands. If you're all packed and ready for your Spanish holiday, or whether you're planning one, here is all you need to know about the latest travel and coronavirus rules in the country. Read more: TUI issue statement on face mask rules as Easter holidays start All UK passengers heading to Spain need to complete a health control form, including children under 12 years old.

If you're fully jabbed you need to show proof of vaccination (your final dose must have been administered within 270 days before travel, if not you must have had your booster jab).

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