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Covid-19 Travel Documentation for Tenerife South Airport

Covid-19 Latest travel information Tenerife South Airport Covid-19 Travel Documentation for Tenerife South Airport

Over the last two and a half years, air travel required thorough preparation, due to frequently changing Covid-19 travel rules. As restrictions are being eased in most parts of the world, there is good news for travellers to Tenerife, as health control measures on arrival at Tenerife South Airport have now been lifted for most countries.

Covid-19 Documentation for Arrivals from the EU and Schengen-Countries

Health controls for travellers arriving from the EU or Schengen-countries were discontinued in June 2022. Therefore, it is no longer necessary to provide proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test result.

Covid-19 Documentation for Arrivals from Third Countries (including the UK)

From 21/10/2022, health controls measures for arrivals from non-EU/non-Schengen countries are no longer in place. Arriving passengers do not need to provide proof of Covid-vaccination /-recovery or a negative test result.

Covid-19 Documentation for Arrivals from China

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Passengers arriving from China must have

  • An EU Digital Covid Certificate or equivalent
  • A negative Covid test result – please see below for details

The following passengers are exempt from the above:

  • Children under twelve years.
  • Passengers arriving in Spain in transit to other countries, provided they do not leave the airport environment and their stay in Spain does not exceed twenty-four hours.
EU Digital Covid Certificate

The EU Digital Covid Certificate or equivalent must show evidence of the following:

The arriving passenger

  • Is fully vaccinated against Covid-19
  • Has tested negative for Covid-19
  • Has recovered from Covid-19 – please see below for details
Recovery from Covid-19

In the case of recovery from Covid-19, the following applies:

The certificate must have been issued by the competent authority or medical service at least 11 days after the first positive NAAT or antigen detection test, carried out by health professionals or qualified personnel. The certificate will remain valid for 180 days after the date of the first positive diagnostic test result.

Negative Covid-19 test result

In the case of a negative Covid test result, the following applies:

The test can be either

  • molecular nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT), the sample of which was obtained within 72 hours prior to departure
  • An antigen detection test, with the sample obtained within 24 hours prior to departure

Please note:

In addition to the information provided on this page, please also check with your airline or tour operator, as these may have additional requirements.

More Information on the Topic

What you need to know when travelling via Tenerife South Airport during Covid-19

Covid testing at Tenerife South Airport

Spanish Ministry of Health

Spanish Tourism Website

Boletín Oficial del Estado

For passport and visa information, please see our page “Entry requirements for Tenerife”.

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What vaccinations do I need to take to travel abroad?

According to Estravel statistics, Estonians have traveled less since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis, but are still looking for different destinations to go on vacation. When choosing a country to travel to, consider the spread of the Covid-19 virus and the restrictions associated with it, but do not forget about other infectious diseases for which vaccination is recommended.

During the previous Christmas and New Year periods, the most popular destinations among Estonian residents were the Canary Islands (Tenerife), Mexico, Dubai, the Maldives and the Caribbean. In the summer, people also traveled, for example, to Greece and Cyprus. nine0003

According to Irina Filippova, Chief Specialist of the Department of Infectious Disease Control of the Department of Health, in Asia, including the Maldives, Africa, South America, including Mexico, the Pacific region and the Caribbean, the viral diseases Zika, Dengue and Chikungunya are widespread, for which there is no vaccine, or it is being tested or its use is restricted. To prevent infection with these diseases, it is important to use other methods of protection, including from mosquito bites. Antimalarial drugs are recommended for prophylaxis in areas at risk of malaria, such as countries in Central and South America, Asia, and Africa. nine0003

“Every traveler should know if they were vaccinated according to the national immunization plan in their year of birth. For example, vaccination against mumps, measles and rubella with two doses of MMR vaccine, polio and (re)vaccination against diphtheria and tetanus in the last 10 years should be completed,” Filippova said.

It is worth remembering that all vaccines take time to achieve the desired effect.

For example, when visiting yellow fever risk areas in Africa and South America, the traveler must be vaccinated against yellow fever at least 10 days before the start of the trip. nine0003

Traveling to Europe, such as Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Poland, Portugal, France, Romania, Germany, Serbia, UK, Czech Republic, and before traveling to Ukraine and Russia is recommended to be vaccinated against measles 2 weeks in advance if the person has not been vaccinated and has not had measles.

Filippova added that in order to prevent infectious diseases, it is recommended to contact your family doctor or travel medicine office for a health check and, if necessary, vaccination, at least four weeks before the start of the trip. “There you can also get information about other preventive measures, such as hygiene rules, preventing insect bites, medicines, including malaria prevention,” Filippova said. nine0003

„The world is open and infectious diseases know no borders. One of the goals of vaccination is the development of the so-called general or herd immunity in the population. This means that if there are enough people with immunity among us, then pathogens will not be able to spread among us,” Filippova noted.

Spain opens borders for vaccinated people from all over the world – DW – 06.06.2021

In the Canaries Photo: Sarah Hucal/DW


Alexander Delfinov | Evgeny Zhukov

June 6, 2021

More than 173 million people worldwide have been infected with the coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic. More than 3.7 million patients have died with a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19. DW is following the events of June 6th.


The world is fighting the COVID-19 pandemic – with restrictions and vaccinations. According to the Worldometer portal, since the beginning of the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, the infection has been detected in more than 173 million people on the planet. Over 3.7 million patients have died, more than 156 million people have recovered. DW is following the events of Sunday, June 6th (Moscow time). nine0003


In the UK , 5341 cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection were detected over the past day. This is 68% more than a week ago. In 24 hours, 4 people died from coronavirus.


COVID-19 disease can lead to the development of Guillain-Barré syndrome . This is reported by the largest aggregator of scientific news on health, medicine, science and technology EurekАlert! with reference to scientists from the University of Birmingham. According to their study, the first symptoms of Guillain-Barré disease are numbness in the feet and hands, muscle weakness and pain, and problems with coordination. They were identified in study participants who had mild and severe coronavirus cases. nine0003

Israel starts vaccination of adolescents


Spain from June 7th opens its borders to vaccinated people from all over the world. People who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus “and their families” can stay in the country regardless of their country of origin, the government said in Madrid. Foreign cruise ships will also be allowed to dock again in Spanish ports.

The Spanish tourism industry is counting on a summer business after several months of lockdown – the government hopes that 45 million foreign tourists will visit the country this year. Spain is the second most popular tourist destination in the world after France, in 2019year, according to official figures, 83. 5 million foreign tourists visited here. Last year, that number dropped by 77 percent.


Vaccination center in Israel Photo: Tania Kraemer/DW

On Sunday in Israel , vaccination of adolescents aged 12-16 began. Until that time, the Ministry of Health has already allowed vaccinations for adolescents who are at risk or who live with people for whom infection with coronavirus can be especially dangerous. In addition, it was recommended that young people be vaccinated before going abroad. nine0003


For the first time in more than a year, a tourist group from Germany arrived in Israel , which, after the start of the pandemic, was practically fenced off from the world: foreigners were allowed to enter only in exceptional cases. Last Tuesday, anti-COVID restrictions were almost completely lifted. However, only a limited number of tourist groups will be allowed into Israel at first. Individual trips are planned only at the second stage, not earlier than July. nine0003

Montenegro is fully open for Russian tourists


The course of COVID-19 in some patients passes at lightning speed, the condition can develop from mild to moderate in a day, said Russian Minister of Health Mikhail Murashko. According to the head of the department, this is a weighty argument for vaccination. He emphasized that in vaccinated patients, the risks of getting sick with coronavirus are minimal and they decrease for all people with an increase in the number of people who have been vaccinated. nine0003


Russian tourists will not have to present a PCR test when entering Montenegro , said the Minister of Economic Development of this country Yakov Milatovich. “I can say that Russian citizens can now enter Montenegro in the same way as they entered before the pandemic, which means no test requirements, visa-free entry,” he told TASS at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). In addition, tourists will be provided with free medical care in case of infection with coronavirus. Milatovic also expressed hope for the resumption of flights from Russia, canceled in March 2020. nine0003


Russian theater and film actor Artem Anchukov , known for his roles in the series “Streets of Broken Lights”, “NLS Agency”, “Gangster Petersburg”, “Opera. Chronicles of the homicide department” and others, died at the age of 39 from COVID-19. Anchukov also gained notoriety as a ring announcer for M-1 Global and the ACA Yang Eagles Fighting League. “He had 87% lung damage. Yesterday his lung was torn,” M-1 told TASS.

London may delay lifting all restrictions


United Kingdom may postpone the lifting of the remaining restrictive measures tentatively scheduled for June 21 due to the spread of the “Indian” variant of the coronavirus. It is too early to make a final decision on the complete lifting of restrictions, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Sky News. In the coming week, Hancock and Prime Minister Boris Johnson will study data on the “Indian” mutation, which, according to the latest data, is 40 percent more infectious than the original version of the coronavirus. nine0003 Advertising of the Berlinale at the open-air cinema on Potsdamer Platz in Berlin Photo: Paul Zinken/dpa/picture alliance


The German government spent about 10 million euros on pandemic-related measures to organize the international film festival Berlinale , taking place this year in two stages. “Already in the winter, in the midst of the second lockdown, when it was still unknown when and what would be possible again, we reserved a double-digit million dollar amount,” Monika Grütters, the German government’s commissioner for culture and media, told dpa. Due to the epidemiological situation, the organizers of the Berlinale decided to cancel the film festival in February and divide the event into two stages. In March, an online film industry forum was held, and on 9-June 20, a festival will be held with the participation of the public, screenings will be held in the open air.


In Russia the total number of registered cases of coronavirus infection in the current week was the highest since mid-March, TASS drew attention. From May 31 to June 6, the operational headquarters in Moscow reported 62,995 infections, up 1.7 percent from the previous week. A higher weekly rate was recorded on March 15-21. nine0003

The number of hungry people increased significantly during the pandemic


The German organization for the world’s hungry (Deutsche Welthungerhilfe) indicated a significant increase in the number of people suffering from hunger during the pandemic. “If in 2019 there were almost 690 million people worldwide suffering from chronic malnutrition, then forecasts for the current year suggest up to 828 million, the trend continues to increase. Thus, the coronavirus is increasingly turning into a hunger virus,” said Secretary General of the organization Matthias Mogge (Mathias Mogge) in an interview with dpa. He called on the world community to provide vaccines to poor countries, primarily African ones, as soon as possible. To do this, according to the head of the humanitarian organization, Germany and the EU should increase the supply of drugs through the COVAX tool. In addition, Mogge advocated the temporary cancellation of patents for the production of coronavirus vaccines. nine0003


In Russia , 9,163 new cases of coronavirus have been detected in the last 24 hours, the total number of registered cases has increased to 5,126,437, the federal operational headquarters said. The number of deaths from viral pneumonia COVID-19 increased by 351 to 123,787.

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Israel starts a vaccination campaign for adolescents 12-15 years old. The country’s Ministry of Health has said that the possible side effects of the coronavirus vaccine for children and adolescents are lower than the risks of the disease. “Cases of inflammation of the heart muscle among 16-19-year-olds were rare and in most cases proceeded without complications, “the statement said. The vaccine from BioNTech and Pfizer will be used to vaccinate adolescents. Israel is conducting one of the most successful vaccination campaigns against coronavirus in the world. In a country of 9 million people, more than

Vaccination of military personnel is almost completed in Russia


Vaccination of military personnel is almost completed in Russia M. Kirova Yevgenia Kryukova According to him, vaccination was carried out on a voluntary basis: “The formation of herd immunity has been completed in the Ministry of Defense,” he said. 0003 Hospital in Lviv Photo: Str/Sputnik/dpa/picture alliance


press service of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. The number of infected since the beginning of the pandemic in Ukraine has increased to 2,214,517 people, the number of deaths – up to 51,182.


Doctors in Uzbekistan0061 Over the past day, 286 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus, the total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection in the country has increased to 101,722, the Ministry of Health of the Republic reports on Sunday. The day before, 238 new patients were reported per day.

According to the agency, there are no new deaths related to COVID-19 in the country. Since the beginning of the pandemic in Uzbekistan, 696 people have become victims of coronavirus infection.

The number of people recovered from coronavirus has reached 97,714 (+197 per day), notes Interfax.


In Germany , the burden on clinics associated with the pandemic has significantly decreased, Gernot Marx, head of the DIVI intensive and emergency medicine trade union, said in an interview with Redaktionswerk Deutschland. The pandemic-related crisis is not over yet, but the situation is “moving in the right direction,” he said. This week, about 2,000 patients with coronavirus were treated in hospitals in Germany, which corresponds to the situation at the beginning of November 2020, Marks further noted. nine0003

Trump offered to demand compensation from China for pandemic damage


Former US President Donald Trump coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 was first recorded in this country. Every country in the world should stand together and demand that the Chinese “make amends for the damage they have caused,” Trump said at the Republican convention in North Carolina. At the same time, according to him, he called the “lower threshold” of damage from the pandemic, the amount could be much higher. Trump also invited countries to waive their debt obligations to China. nine0003


In Germany , according to the Robert Koch Institute, the daily increase in coronavirus infections was 2,440 cases. In total, 3,700,367 cases of infection have been detected in Germany since the beginning of the epidemic. Over the past 24 hours, 74 patients have died, the total number of deaths has increased to 89,222. More than 3.538 million people have recovered. The population of Germany is about 84 million inhabitants.

Over the past 7 days, 24.7 cases of infection have been registered per 100,000 inhabitants (26.3 a day earlier). The highest incidence rate reached December 22, 2020 – 197.6 cases.

Data published on weekends and public holidays are usually lower than the real figures due to fewer tests and incomplete information from the regions.

Taiwanese buy face masks amid new outbreak Photo: Ann Wang/REUTERS


US to provide Taiwan 750,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine as part of President Joe Biden’s drug distribution campaign around the world, three senators said. Authorities in the self-ruled island have complained that Beijing is hindering their efforts to secure vaccinations amid the novel coronavirus outbreak. nine0003


The Minister for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth Germany Christine Lambrecht advocated for the vaccination of children with a history of illness. “If a safe vaccine is approved and available for this age group, it could make an important contribution to the fight against the pandemic because children and adolescents may also have health risks,” she said in an interview with the Funke publications group. The minister assured that there will be no mandatory vaccination in Germany – neither for adults nor for children. nine0003

The head of the German Ministry of Health pointed to a slowdown in the rate of vaccination in the country


80 percent of adults in Germany who want to be vaccinated will receive at least one dose of the vaccine by mid-July, said German Health Minister Jens Spahn (Jens Spahn) Bild am Sonntag. The week before, on Public TV, he spoke of “nearly 90 percent” until mid-July. On June 7, vaccination priority will be lifted throughout Germany. nine0003 Ballet during the pandemic in Stuttgart Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa/picture alliance


The pandemic has caused enormous damage to the arts and culture in Germany . The film, theater and visual arts markets were the hardest hit, with sales dropping below 2003 levels. In general, turnover in this area decreased by 22.4 billion euros. The Scientific Service of the Bundestag came to such an expert conclusion. According to her report, the cultural and creative sector in Germany employs a total of about 260,000 companies and more than 1.8 million people. nine0003

Johnson called for the world to be vaccinated by 2023


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Photo: Lindsey Parnaby/empics/picture alliance

Prime Minister UK Boris Johnson called on G7 leaders commit at the upcoming summit to ensure that the world is vaccinated against coronavirus by the end of 2022. According to the politician, this would be “the greatest feat in the history of medicine.”

The next summit of the “Group of Seven” (“big seven”, G7) should be held in the UK on June 11-13. For the first time in about two years, the leaders of the world’s seven leading economies will meet face-to-face. The leaders of Australia, India and South Korea will also take part in the summit at the invitation of Boris Johnson as guests. nine0003


According to the Brazilian Ministry of Health , more than 66,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been registered in the country over the past day, with 1,689 deaths.

Vaccination in the Amazon Photo: Mauro Pimentel/AFP

Since the start of the pandemic, the Brazilian authorities have registered 16,907,425 cases of coronavirus infection, and the total number of deaths has reached 472,531 people. After the United States and India, Brazil has become the third country in the prevalence of SARS-CoV-2, and in terms of mortality from its consequences, the largest country in South America ranks second in the world.

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