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Region by region: What foreigners in Spain should do to register for the Covid-19 vaccine

Each region in Spain is deciding how it incorporates foreign residents into its Covid vaccine strategy, including those who don’t have access to public healthcare. Here's how those in each region should register for the vaccine when their group is called up.

How to register for the vaccine in Spain
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Below you will find the contact details for registering for the Covid-19 vaccine in each of Spain’s 17 autonomous communities. You will also find websites with more information, as well as what you should do if you don’t have a public health card. We also have more detailed information for those in Murcia, Valencia, Andalusia and Catalonia. 

Andalusia

To register for the vaccine please visit this site: https://www.sspa.juntadeandalucia.es/…/alta-en-bdu-para…. More information on the vaccine campaign can be found here: https://www.andavac.es/campanas/covid/

READ MORE: Andalusia’s foreigners will get the vaccine, but how should they register? 

Balearic Islands

To register for the vaccine, please call 971 211 999. For more information visit: https://www.ibsalut.es/vacuna-covid-19

Catalonia

If you already have your padrón certificate, you can apply online here: https://catsalut.gencat.cat/…/programes-interes…/

If you are not registered for the padrón, read our article specifically for those in Catalonia to find out what you should do. What residents in Catalonia need to know about getting the Covid vaccine

Madrid

To register for the vaccine, please call 900 102 112. For more information please visit: https://www.comunidad.madrid/servicios/salud/coronavirus

Murcia

You can register online for the vaccine here, whether you have public or private health insurance: https://portalsalud.carm.es/portalsalud/principal/inicio… or call: 900 121 212

READ ALSO: What foreigners in Spain’s Murcia region need to know about getting the Covid vaccine

Valencia region

You will need to go to your local health centre to register for the vaccine. You will be given a provisional health card to cover the period of vaccination and any other public health needs. 

READ ALSO: What foreigners in Spain’s Valencia region need to know about getting the Covid vaccine

Canary Islands

To register for your vaccine, please call 900 112 061. For more information visit this website: https://www3.gobiernodecanarias.org/sanidad/scs/contenidoGenerico.jsp?idDocument=c6332147-5728-11eb-8a2c-c902a217e6a5&idCarpeta=e01092c2-7d66-11ea-871d-cb574c2473a4

Castilla y León

To register for your vaccine or for other vaccine information please call 900 222 000. 

Castilla-La Mancha

For more information on how to register for your vaccine, please call 925 248 367. For more questions, you can also e-mail the following address: [email protected]

Asturias

To register for the vaccine, please call 984 016 114. 
You can find out more information by visiting: https://www.astursalud.es/noticias/-/noticias/programa-de-vacunacion-covid-19

If you haven’t been contacted for your vaccine when your group is called up, you can leave your details with the number above and someone will get back to you. 

Basque Country

Make sure you are registered with your local health authority and wait for a text message when your group is called up. You can find out more about the Basque Country’s vaccination campaign at: https://www.euskadi.eus/vacuna-frente-a-la-covid-19/web01-a3txerto/es/ or here:https://www.osakidetza.euskadi.eus/inicio/

Galicia

To register for your vaccine, please call 981 569 540. For more information about the vaccine process in Galicia visit: https://www.sergas.es/Saude-publica/Vacina-COVID?idioma=es

Galician health authorities have told residents to make sure the contact details associated with their health card are up to date. If they’re not, you can update them here: https://www.sergas.es/Tarxeta-sanitaria?idioma=es

If you are not eligible for public health care you can visit this web page for help: https://www.sergas.es/Asistencia-sanitaria/Documents/1372/instruci%C3%B3n%2010.21%20castellano%20con%20anexo%20firmada.pdf

If your group has been called, but you have not yet been contacted and are not registered in the database, call 881 002 021

Aragón

To register for your vaccine, please call 948 370 120. For more information on the Covid-19 vaccination campaign in the region, you can visit: https://www.aragon.es/-/calendario-de-vacunacion-de-covid-19-en-aragon or https://www.saludinforma.es/portalsi/web/salud/inicio. 

Navarra

All the information you need on how to register for the vaccine can be found via the region’s online health portal here: https://coronavirus.navarra.es/es/

If you have any other questions you can e-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]

Cantabria

The information on registering for your vaccine can be found here: https://www.scsalud.es/coronavirus-vacunas-ciudadanos or by calling them on 900 612 112.

If you have private health insurance, they say not to worry and that they will call you via your padrón details when your group comes up for vaccination

Extremadura

To register for your vaccine, please call 900 100 737. More vaccination information from the Extremadura Salud service can be found here: https://saludextremadura.ses.es/web/

If you have private health insurance, they say to get in contact with your local health centre when your group is called and show your ID card to prove your age.

La Rioja

To register for your vaccine please call 941 298 333. To find out when your group is called up please visit: https://www.riojasalud.es/salud-publicaconsumo/epidemiologia/alertasepidemiologicas/vacunacion-prevista-para-esta-semana

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Covid face mask rule on flights in Europe set to be eased

The mandatory EU-wide mask requirement for air travel is set to be dropped from Monday, May 16th, but airlines may still require passengers to wear masks on some or all flights

Covid face mask rule on flights in Europe set to be eased

Europe-wide facemask rules on flights are set to be ditched as early as next week in light of new recommendations from health and air safety experts.

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) dropped recommendations for mandatory mask-wearing in airports and during flights in updated Covid-19 safety measures for travel issued on Wednesday, May 11th.

The new rules are expected to be rolled out from Monday, May 16th, but airlines may still continue to require the wearing of masks on some or all of flights. And the updated health safety measures still say that wearing a face mask remains one of the best ways to protect against the transmission of the virus.

The joint EASA/ECDC statement reminded travellers that masks may still be required on flights to destinations in certain countries that still require the wearing of masks on public transport and in transport hubs.

It also recommends that vulnerable passengers should continue to wear a face mask regardless of the rules, ideally an FFP2/N95/KN95 type mask which offers a higher level of protection than a standard surgical mask.

“From next week, face masks will no longer need to be mandatory in air travel in all cases, broadly aligning with the changing requirements of national authorities across Europe for public transport,” EASA executive director Patrick Ky said in the statement. 

“For passengers and air crews, this is a big step forward in the normalisation of air travel. Passengers should however behave responsibly and respect the choices of others around them. And a passenger who is coughing and sneezing should strongly consider wearing a face mask, for the reassurance of those seated nearby.”  

ECDC director Andrea Ammon added: “The development and continuous updates to the Aviation Health Safety Protocol in light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic have given travellers and aviation personnel better knowledge of the risks of transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and its variants. 

“While risks do remain, we have seen that non-pharmaceutical interventions and vaccines have allowed our lives to begin to return to normal. 

“While mandatory mask-wearing in all situations is no longer recommended, it is important to be mindful that together with physical distancing and good hand hygiene it is one of the best methods of reducing transmission. 

“The rules and requirements of departure and destination states should be respected and applied consistently, and travel operators should take care to inform passengers of any required measures in a timely manner.”

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