Tunis/Tunisia — Only essential travel to Spain is allowed till February 28, 2021, following the new health restrictions imposed by the Spanish authorities, national carrier Tunisair announced Monday.
More specifically, the persons allowed to travel to Spain are:
– Ordinary residents of the European Union, Schengen associated States, Andorra, Monaco, the Vatican (the Holy See) or San Marino travelling to Spain, providing supporting documentary evidence.
– Holders of long-stay visas issued by a Schengen member or associated country traveling to Spain.
– Health professionals, including researchers, elderly healthcare professionals, going to or coming back from their professional activities.
– Transport staff, seafarers and aviation crew required to carry out air transport activities.
– Diplomatic, consular, international organisations, military, civil defence and humanitarian workers in the discharge of their duties.
– Students pursuing their studies in the Schengen member or associated States and who hold the required authorisation or visa and the relevant medical insurance, provided that they travel to the country where they are studying and that entry takes place during the academic year or 15 days before.
– Highly qualified workers whose work is needed and cannot be postponed or carried out remotely, including participants in high-level sport events held in Spain. These circumstances must be justified by documents.
– Duly accredited persons travelling for compelling family reasons.
– Persons who have documents justifying reasons of absolute necessity, or whose entry is authorised on humanitarian grounds.
– Residents of third countries provided that:
* They came directly from these countries.
* Transited only through one of the countries listed below.
* They made international transits via any airport in the world but still coming from: Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, China, the Special Administrative Regions of the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, Macao.