November 13th According to Euronet, the European Union News Agency reported on the 12th that according to the European Union’s high-risk national standards for coronavirus, the European Centers for Disease Control and Prevention once again updated the list of high-risk countries and regions. The Spanish Ministry of Health also stated that starting from November 23, travelers from countries at high risk of the coronavirus must submit a certificate of negative test results for the new coronavirus.
According to EU standards, cities or regions with 150 new confirmed cases per 100,000 residents in the past 14 days are classified as high-risk areas. Currently, Germany, France, Italy and Austria have all been listed as high-risk countries.
On October 28, local time, Madrid, Spain, imposed a curfew to control the rebound of the coronavirus, and the Plaza Mayor was almost empty.
According to another report, the Spanish Ministry of Health issued a statement stating that from November 23, inbound passengers must submit proof of negative results for the new coronavirus. It is said that currently,
Spain’s requirements for incoming passengers are that passengers must fill out a health questionnaire and take their body temperature when they arrive in Spain.
The Spanish authorities stated that Spain will define high-risk countries and regions based on EU standards. According to regulations, passengers from these countries or regions must provide original Spanish or English certification documents when entering the country. Among them, paper documents need to be presented before boarding.