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Yes, I decided to go for a lateral flow test. It cost €30 and gave me a negative result in fifteen minutes. At Malaga airport, Ryanair boarding gate staff glanced at the certificate but did not read it. At the destination, passport staff did not want to see anything except my passport. They said my certificate was already in their database (really?). By the ...


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TLDR: Assuming you don't exit the transit area in a country, you only need to follow their transit rules. But in your case you'll have to exit the transit area and consequently you'll have to follow the requirements for entry. Details: See https://reopen.europa.eu/en/map/DEU/7004 for the German transit rules (there are none if you don't exit the transit ...


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I looked into extensively as I will be returning to UK from Spain later this month. I can confirm that lateral flow test is acceptable to enter uk. The government would prefer and advise that you use a pcr test but the regulations do not require a pcr test. This has been widely discussed in the British press. I strongly advise that you only rely on info on ...


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First, for your information, they may not give you a hard time if you just lift your shirt a little without actually revealing skin. I realized this when I was traveling from Germany and I was asked to lift my shirt. I was wearing a dress with cardigan on top. I lifted my cardigan a little, and the agent didn't seem to mind that my skin was covered with my ...


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It seems that you do not need it. From the consular office at Lyon 1.B. Entradas por vía terrestre Todas las personas de 12 años o más, procedentes de países o zonas de riesgo que lleguen a España por vía terrestre deberán disponer de alguna de las certificaciones que arriba se recogen (de vacunación o prueba diagnóstica o recuperación). Quedan exceptuados ...


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You can't fly to the UK directly as British authorities will only accept a valid Irish passport or passport card for entry from outside the Common Travel Area. However you could fly to Dublin, enter as an Irish citizen and then drive or take the bus to Northern Ireland. Its perfectly legal for Irish citizens to cross the land border even if they don't have ...


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You can travel, as Spain is currently on the amber list, but you are treated as "not fully vaccinated" for the purposes of (eg) quarantine-on-arrival and post-arrival testing. The quote from HMG's website is not, it seems to me, in any way ambgiuous: being about people who have natural immunity though prior infection boosted by a single dose of ...


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