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Thread: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

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    Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    I'm fully vaccinated but one of my mates hasn't had any of the jabs but we are thinking of booking a holiday today to Tenerife.
    I have no idea what or where we start regarding him getting a pcr test to enter Spain.
    Flight is 8.00am on Sunday morning.

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    Quote Originally Posted by uncle bob View Post
    I'm fully vaccinated but one of my mates hasn't had any of the jabs but we are thinking of booking a holiday today to Tenerife.
    I have no idea what or where we start regarding him getting a pcr test to enter Spain.
    Flight is 8.00am on Sunday morning.
    Try this site https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    Sorry I meant as in any companies in Cardiff that do the tests we can get done for Sunday

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    Quote Originally Posted by uncle bob View Post
    Sorry I meant as in any companies in Cardiff that do the tests we can get done for Sunday
    Sorry for that we used the following before we flew to Boston at New year

    https://www.harleymedic.co.uk/cardiff-pcr-test/

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody's Rep View Post
    Sorry for that we used the following before we flew to Boston at New year

    https://www.harleymedic.co.uk/cardiff-pcr-test/
    Or this https://check2travel.co.uk/?utm_sour...RoCHC4QAvD_BwE

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    dont they still do them at airports ? ? ? ( thought not sure if Cardiff wales airport does if flying from that place, you might be lucky the little spar shop might do them )

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    Quote Originally Posted by uncle bob View Post
    I'm fully vaccinated but one of my mates hasn't had any of the jabs but we are thinking of booking a holiday today to Tenerife.
    I have no idea what or where we start regarding him getting a pcr test to enter Spain.
    Flight is 8.00am on Sunday morning.
    Went to Majorca last week. Didnít think Covid passes were necessary any longer so didnít have one.

    No phone G in the airport so didnít have the ability to acquire one.

    Had to fanny about in my wallet where, fortunately, that little vaccination card was stowed and this was accepted by the masked border protectors.

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    Quote Originally Posted by EastbourneBlue View Post
    Went to Majorca last week. Didn’t think Covid passes were necessary any longer so didn’t have one.

    No phone G in the airport so didn’t have the ability to acquire one.

    Had to fanny about in my wallet where, fortunately, that little vaccination card was stowed and this was accepted by the masked border protectors.
    Just come back from Portugal… no masks, no unreliable PCR test, just normality and fun , would recommend

    Greece already booked for next year

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    Just come back from Portugal… no masks, no unreliable PCR test, just normality and fun , would recommend

    Greece already booked for next year
    I'm going to Portugal in a few weeks. Avoided the busy airports so we are flying from Bournemouth. This thread prompted me to look at the rules and basically there are none. Lifted a whole load of stress (although I went to Valencia last November and it wasn't that difficult). But great that Portugal is in the real world.

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    Quote Originally Posted by TWGL1 View Post
    Just come back from Portugal… no masks, no unreliable PCR test, just normality and fun , would recommend

    Greece already booked for next year
    Went to Malaga in June and needed a covid pass but no tests - they did check but it was a cursory glance

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    Is there not a flight locater form needed anymore for Spain?

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    Re: Going to canary Islands help with pcr tests in Cardiff?

    Quote Originally Posted by uncle bob View Post
    Is there not a flight locater form needed anymore for Spain?
    We always take our covid passes, printed off from NHS Wales, validity extends every time you log on. At Alicante airport there are random checks, just before the luggage reclaim carousels. We’ve never been pulled but they do select a few.

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