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Canary Islands (Spain) Specific Risk of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

15 April 2021

There has been an increase in case numbers of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Canary Islands.

Following a review of the public health risk assessment process, this part of the country has now changed from a moderate to a high risk of exposure to COVID-19.

  • Please check the TRAVAX Spain page regularly for updates on any changes to the risk of exposure to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Advice for Travellers

On the mainland of Spain there is a high risk of exposure to coronavirus (COVID-19) and local healthcare capacity may be severely impacted.

On the Canary Islands, there is also a high risk of exposure to coronavirus (COVID-19). Prior to travel, all travellers should consider:

Is the journey necessary?

Their risk of severe COVID-19 and availability of medical facilities at the destination.

Their ability to comply with COVID-19 prevention advice during travel and at their destination.

Further information can be found on the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) page.