Madrid, Jun 9 (EFE) .- The Ministry of Health has raised the minimum age of demand for health requirements from 6 to 12 years to undergo a test to detect if there is a COVID-19 infection to enter Spain.
This is stated in the resolution of the General Directorate of Public Health published this Wednesday in the Official State Gazette (BOE), which modifies a previous one of last day 4 regarding the health controls to be carried out at the points of entry in Spain.
For this modification, Health has taken into account the minimum age to qualify for vaccination and the limits that some countries around Spain have already established.
Likewise, that the revision of the European Union (EU) recommendation to coordinate restrictions on free movement in response to the pandemic provides that children under 12 years of age should be exempted from the requirement to undergo a travel-related test to detect infection.
This resolution takes effect from this Wednesday, the day of its publication in the BOE.
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