The Official Gazette of the Canary Islands (BOC) publishes this Monday, May 31, the Order of the Minister of Health, Blas Trujillo, for which the presentation of diagnostic tests of active infection (PDIA) by SARS-CoV2 by people who enter the Canary Islands from the rest of the national territory and have the official document proving that they have received the complete vaccination schedule against COVID-19 or at least one dose of authorized vaccine, more than 15 days in advance, available for download at www.miscs.org.
This new Order, effective from the moment of signature, on Friday the 28th, is published in the BOC for general information.
The measure promptly modifies the provision in force since April 10, which establishes the carrying out of screening through PDIA to travelers who enter the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands from the national territory, by air or sea, to contain the spread of infections caused by SARS-COV-2.
Therefore, they are excluded from presenting a COVID-19 test Upon entry into the Canary Islands, in addition to people in transit at a Canarian port or airport with final destination to another country or another place in the national territory:
- People who prove that they have been outside the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands for a period of less than 72 hours prior to arrival, regardless of their place of residence.
- PAssajeros who have the official document proving that they have received the complete vaccination schedule within the 8 months prior to the displacement, or at least one dose of a vaccine authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) against COVID-19 -in this second case with more than 15 days prior to the displacement within the previous four months, or that prove by means of an official medical certificate or public document, that they have had the disease for less than 6 months. "
How to obtain the primer against COVID-19
The card or document accrediting the Canary Islands Health Service If you have received the complete regimen or a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, it can be obtained by accessing mySCS (www.miscs.org), within the myHistory web space.
This space will also house, when available, the EU COVID-19 certificate to travel, which proves if you are vaccinated or if you have a negative PCR or immunization for having passed the disease.
It can be accessed from the SCS website or through the iOS or Android apps. As it contains highly secure information, it requires registering with a digital identity, which can be obtained through a digital certificate or the Cl @ ve system at www.miscs.org, where the steps to follow to register are detailed; Or, by means of a username and password provided by the administrative unit of the health center to which it is attached.
Regarding points 2 and 3 of the Fourth section of the Order of April 10, they remain in force in their entirety, so the presentation of negative PDIA is not required at the time of entry to the Canary Islands to those people who accredit a reservation in a tourist accommodation establishment registered in the General Tourist Registry of the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, and are subject to the public health control regime in the admission to an accommodation establishment in accordance with Decree Law 17/2020, of 29 October, of extraordinary measures in tourism to face the effects of the health and economic crisis produced by the pandemic caused by the COVID-19.
The isolation that must be maintained by passengers who have not completed the PDIA in the 72 hours prior to arrival will not be applicable when the urgency of the displacement prevents it, in the following cases:
a) Employed or self-employed workers who carry out critical occupations, including health workers, on professional posting.
b) Workers or transport service providers, including freight vehicle drivers, who transport goods for use in the territory.
c) Patients traveling for imperative medical reasons.
d) Assistance or care, for imperative reasons, to seniors, minors, dependents, people with disabilities or especially vulnerable people.
e) Public representatives, diplomats, staff of international organizations and the persons invited by them whose physical presence is necessary for the proper functioning of said organizations, the military and police, humanitarian workers and civil protection personnel, in the exercise of their functions.
f) Seafarers who arrive in the Canary Islands back from their campaign on board a ship or in transit to embark or disembark.
g) The crew of ships and aircraft that carry out passenger or merchandise traffic between the Canary Islands and other Autonomous Communities or countries.
h) Journalists in professional displacement.
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