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Spain vaccine rules Rangers fans must comply with as restrictions could change before Europa League Final

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Rangers fans travelling to Seville remain subject to Covid-19 vaccine rules upon arrival in Spain. Tens of thousands of supporters are expected to descend on the city for Wednesday's historic Europa League Final showdown.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst 's side take on Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium on Wednesday, May 18.

Spanish restrictions have largely been dropped but regulations around vaccination or recovery status are still in place. Reports have emerged on social media of Rangers fans being denied entry to the country upon arrival due to not meeting the criteria.

Here's all you need to know before travelling.Fully vaccinated travellers may enter Spain without the need to quarantine or a Covid-19 test.But you must be able to show proof of vaccination.Spanish rules define "fully vaccinated" as having received both doses of a two-dose vaccine or a single dose of a one-shot vaccine within the past 270 days.Additionally, the rules required 14 days to have passed since completing your vaccination course.If it's been more than 270 days since completing your vaccination then proof of a booster dose is required.There is no need for 14 days to have passed from receiving your booster and there is no expiry date.Spain accepts the NHS Scotland Covid Status app as proof of vaccination, as well as the other UK equivalents.Travellers who are fully vaccinated do not need to complete Spain's Travel Health Control form.If you've not received a full Covid-19 vaccine dose or your vaccination record is no longer valid, Spain remains open to individuals who can show that they have recovered from the virus in the past six months.Travellers from the UK can present a valid proof of recovery record via the

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