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Spanish Locator Form Online

The Spanish Locator Form is a new health screening form (Formairo de Control Sanitario) introduced under the Spanish Travel Health (SPTH) programme.PLF Spain is an online form providing all the necessary health and travel details for travelers entering Spain.
Thanks to the FCS health form and the SPTH app, the Spanish government can easily track any possible cases of Covid-19 in the country and protect both Spanish citizens and foreign visitors outside.

Who needs to fill out the passenger locator form for Spain?

Any passengers wishing to travel to Spain by air or sea must first fill out a health screening form.This document is required for all travelers regardless of nationality, age or reason for travel.
Additionally, anyone entering Spain in transit must also complete a Spain Passenger Locator Form before their intended trip.

When does it need to be filled out?

The Spanish health check form must be submitted within 48 hours of expected arrival in Spain.Health information provided in the form can only be completed within 48 hours of travel as all data must be appropriate.
This form is accessible online and takes only a few minutes to complete.

How can I fill the Spanish Health Control Form out?

Since the health control form in Spanish is available online, completing it is not difficult.Anyone traveling to Spain can use any work device with an Internet connection to get work done at home.
Travelers should follow these steps:
  • Complete the health form online in Spanish - provide the necessary information in the form and remember to carefully check the data provided to avoid any errors.
  • Choose any online payment method and pay the issuance fee.
  • Check your email for the Spanish localization form processed in PDF format.
  • Processed documents will include individual QR codes for each applicant.

Information to provide in the form

In addition to basic personal information, such as the passenger's first name, last name, nationality, date of birth and passport/ID card number, the Spanish health form also asks travelers to provide additional information:

  1. travel details (a flight number/or vessel name, dates of arrival and departure, accommodation information)
  2. contact information (e.g., an email address)
  3. health-related details

Additionally, some travelers may need proof of a negative COVID-19 test result, vaccination certificate, or proof of recovery.

What happens after applying?

Once travelers complete the online Spanish health form, they will receive a PDF file containing form completion confirmation and a QR code.
Next, anyone wishing to enter Spain must save the PDF and QR code received on their mobile device or print it out and keep it with them at all times during their trip.

Do children need a Spanish PLF?

All visitors to Spain, including children, must complete a Spanish PLF and be issued a personal QR code. Parents or legal guardians must fill out the online form on behalf of their child.
Documents that travelers aged 12 and under are exempt from are proof of a negative Covid-19 test, vaccination certificate or proof of recovery upon arrival in Spain from any country at risk High.

Can families/groups fill one collective form?

The Spanish government allows people who want to come to Spain in groups to fill out a collective application form.
Each person included in the form will receive an individual QR code, which must be presented upon arrival in Spain.
A family/group must meet several conditions to complete the group form:
  • must have one person responsible for the family/group
  • the group/family must travel to Spain together; therefore, having the same flight number/traveling on the same ship, as well as the same arrival date
  • families/groups must have the same country of origin
Can include up to 15 people in one family/group .

Covid-19/vaccination requirements in Spain

Currently, the only requirement Spain imposes on visitors is that anyone arriving from a high-risk country must provide one of the following documents:
  • negative Covid-19 test (PCR can be performed within 72 hours)
  • travel or antigen test carried out within 48 hours of arrival in Spain)
  • EU digital certificates proving full vaccination/or replacement products from third countries (with Spanish, English, French or German)
  • valid proof of rehabilitation
Children under 12 are exempt from this obligation.

The Spanish Government updates the list of high-risk countries every seven days. Thus, it's essential to check the current list a few days before the planned trip.

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Frequently asked questions

 Spanish Health Control (FCS) is a form of online health that constitutes one of the country’s security measures, introduced due to the ongoing pandemic. FCS Spain can be completed online at home within 48 hours of your arrival in Spain.

Visitors must fill out a health declaration to help Spain reduce the spread of Covid-19 cases. If anyone becomes infected while traveling to Spain, those traveling with them will be informed by the country’s government of the following safety protocols.

The FCS health form for Spain must be submitted within 48 hours of arrival in the country. All information provided in the placement form must be accurate and up to date. Travelers should always check their forms for errors.

Current requirements for entry into Spain state that anyone visiting the country from a high-risk area must have a negative Covid-19 PCR/antigen test, a certificate vaccination or valid proof of recovery. The list of high-risk countries is updated weekly by the Spanish government.

Children must also have a completed Spanish PLF form to be able to cross the Spanish border.
However, the data may be provided by their parents or legal guardians, who are responsible for providing accurate information.
Each minor traveler will then receive an individual QR code.
Travelers do not need to print the PDF file received with the Spanish health form and completed QR code.
However, it is best to keep printed copies of these documents in case you encounter technical difficulties during your trip.

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