All passengers from Kenya, Uganda or Somalia, from 12 years of age, must have ONE (and ONLY one) of the following certificates to travel to Spain (notwithstanding the fact that that transit countries or airlines may set your own requirements).
-Vaccination certificate: certificates issued by the competent authorities of the country of origin from 14 days after the date of administration of the last dose of the complete vaccination schedule will be accepted, provided no more than 270 days have elapsed from the date of administration of the last dose. From that moment, a booster dose is necessary. The vaccination certificate for those under 18 years of age does not have an expiration date (they do not need a booster).
-Diagnostic certificate: those with a negative result will be accepted, whose sample collection has been obtained within 72 hours prior to departure to Spain in the case of nucleic acid amplification tests (eg PCR, TMA, LAMP, NEAR, etc.) or within 24 hours prior to departure to Spain in the case of rapid antigen tests (RAT).
-Recovery certificate: Recovery certificates issued by the competent authority or by a medical service at least 11 days after the first NAAT diagnostic test or rapid antigen detection test with a positive result will be accepted as valid. The certificate will be valid for 180 days after the date of the first positive result.
Children under 12 years of age may enter Spain without the need to present any certificate.
In addition to any of the aforementioned certificates, those travelers who do not have a European Union Digital COVID Certificate or equivalent must complete a health control form before the start of their trip through the website www.spth.gob.es or from the Spain Travel Health application.