Foreign Office issues vaccine update for Spain expats – how to get jabbed abroad
What are the latest vaccination updates across Spain for expats?
Britons living in Andalusia are advised to visit the region’s health service website for details on how to register for the vaccine.
Expats are advised to visit their local health enter and request a “código de identificación autonómico”, also known as an AR code.
Once obtained, they will be able to book an appointment online
British expats are advised to visit their local health centre to register for the vaccine.
Expats are instructed to call 971 211 999 to register for the vaccine. More information is available from the Balearic Islands health service website.
British expats are advised to go to their local health centre to register contact details.
They will be required to show identification documentation such as a passport and a padrón certificate to demonstrate that they are a resident in the Canary Islands.
Once registered, they will be issued an appointment for the vaccine/
Castilla La Mancha
Expats can register for the vaccine by e-mailing [email protected] with their personal details, including your name, date of birth, full current address, passport or NIE number and a copy of their padrón certificate if available.
Alternatively, they can also register by calling 925 24 83 67.
Castilla y Leon
British expats can visit one of the regional vaccination hubs. No appointment is necessary. They should show their passport, residency documents or TIE, and padrón certificate.
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