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Americans can now add Spain to their summer travel plans with the country announcing it will open up to vaccinated U.S. travelers on June 7.
According to USA Today, U.S. travelers to Spain will have to show proof that they have received either the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine or both doses of the Pfizer or Moderna shots 14-days prior to entering Spain.
Vaccinated parents are allowed to bring their unvaccinated children with them, however, children 6 years of age and older will need to show proof of a negative COVID test and all travelers must fill out a health questionnaire before departing their home city.
USA Today reports Spain’s announcement is welcome news for the airline industry, with United Airlines saying they will resume flights to Spain. Beginning in July, United Airlines will offer service from metropolitan New York to Barcelona and Madrid.