The certificates for the ‘Covid passport’ will be available from tomorrow
The Minister of Health for the Canary Islands, Blas Trujillo, has announced this afternoon (Tuesday), that from tomorrow, Wednesday 9th June, the three certificates that will be mandatory in the so-called ‘Covid passport’ will be available in the Canary Islands, with confirmation of your status on the Ministry of Health website or the MiHistoria APP.
The Digital Green Pass is being launched in the EU for travel on July 1st, and last week the Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, said that Spain would be taking part in the trials. Three certificates for the ‘Covid passport’ are necessary which show the status of your vaccination, any previous Covid test results, and whether or not you have had, and recovered from the virus.
Trujillo also said that in relation to the ‘Covid passport’ there are reciprocal agreements with non-EU countries for travel. The certificates of full vaccination can be obtained from private health centres and in pharmacies from this month, said the councillor, who recalled that the islands have been working on a vaccine card project.
A card that is in force and that can be obtained both on the website of the Ministry of Health and by applying for it on the MiHistoria app. With this certification, Canarian residents can return from mainland Spain without any tests being necessary.