• To have had the last recommended dose of the vaccine at least 14 days before entering Spain.• The last dose of the vaccine (second dose ) must have been taken in the last 270 days for the vaccination certificate to be valid to enter Spain. The certificate does not expire after 270 days as long as its holder remains under 18 years old. If you have the two doses + booster shot, you can enter Spain on your vaccination certificate without any time limit.• Only vaccines authorized by WHO or by the European Medicines Agency (Pfizer, Moderna, Astra Zeneca, Janssen, Sinopharma and Sinovac) are accepted. Astra Zeneca shots produced in Thailand by Siam Bioscience are also valid. The vaccination mix that Thai authorities use should allow travelers to enter Spain, especially if they have received a 2nd dose of an EMA approved vaccine (Pfizer o Moderna) 4 weeks after the first dose of another accepted vaccine.• The vaccination certificate is only accepted in Spanish, English, French or German. In case you cannot obtain the vaccination certificate in any of those languages, you can travel with a Spanish translation issued by an official/public institution. For further queries on this matter kindly contact email@example.com• The vaccination certificate must include the name and surname of the holder, date of vaccination and doses, type of vaccine and number of doses administered, issuing country and identification of the issuing body of the vaccination certificate.
• Negative PCR test performed 72 hours before arrival in Spain. Check this link for a list of centers where you can take a PCR test in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar.• Laboratory antigen test performed 24 hours before arrival in Spain. Due to the difficulty of obtaining these tests in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar (they are laboratory antigens, not rapid self-diagnosis tests -ATK) and the duration of the transits, this Embassy recommends opting for PCR instead.
• Thailand: To apply for Schengen visas get an appointment at BLS Bangkok. For other visas get appointment directly at the Embassy.• Cambodia: The Embassy of France in Phnom Penh issues Schengen visas (not long-term visas) on behalf of Spain. An appointment is required to apply for a visa.• Laos: The Embassy of Germany in Vientiane issues Schengen visas (not long-term visas) on behalf of Spain. An appointment is required to apply for a visa. • Myanmar: The Embassy of France in Yangon issues Schengen visas (not long-term visas) on behalf of Spain. An appointment is required to apply for a visa. You can get it by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org