Canary Islands (Spain) Specific Risk of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
11 Dec 2020
There has been an increase in reported cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Canary Islands, particularly in northern parts of the Island of Tenerife. This is being monitored.
Please check the fitfortravel Spain page regularly for updates on any changes to the risk of exposure to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Advice for Travellers
On the mainland of Spain there is a high risk of exposure to coronavirus (COVID-19):
- You are advised to avoid non-essential travel to Spain mainland.
On the Canary Islands, there is a moderate risk of exposure to coronavirus (COVID-19):
- You are advised to consider avoiding non-essential travel to the Canary Islands if you are at an increased risk of severe COVID-19.
To find out if you are at increased risk of severe COVID-19, check the following websites:
- Scotland: NHS inform website
- England, Wales and NI: see NHS.uk website
For further information, see Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and COVID-19: Health Considerations for Travel pages.