All the Canary Islands remain at low health risk due to covid-19
Spain will no longer subject travelers arriving to Spanish territory from countries associated with the Schengen area to health controls. By virtue of this resolution, controls are maintained for travelers who do not come from the EU or from Schengen associated countries and which include, at least, taking their temperature, a documentary check and a visual check on their physical condition.
All restrictions except mandatory mask in public transportation, hospital and medical center has been removed.
Spain do not request a COVID Certificate from travlers from EU and Schengen.
The entry requirements for travelers from third countries, from outside the European Union, will not be asked for a vaccination certificate but only a negative COVID test.
Covid-19 Canary Island, 12 December 2021
Covid-19 Mogan 12 December 2021
Gran Canaria go up to level 2: These are some of the restrictions:
1. Gauges. The maximum allowed in outdoor spaces will be 75% of what they have established and 50% in indoor spaces.
2. Groups of people. The permanence of groups of people both in spaces for public and private use, closed or outdoors, will be subject to the maximum number of 8 people not exceeding, except in the case of cohabitants. In the event that the group is made up of cohabitants and non-cohabitants, the maximum number of people indicated will not be exceeded. Cohabiting is understood to be those people who reside under the same roof.
3. Closing hours. Those establishments and activities that, prior to the pandemic, did not have a closing time set, or had a higher one, the maximum authorized closing time will be 2:00 a.m.
The Government maintain the mandatory use of the mask indoors