Covid-19 Passports


The use of the Covid Passport will be in force in the Valencian Community until 31 January 2022  and the requirement to present it has been extended to more venues including those with capacities of fewer than 50 people. 

The restrictions may also affect  a number of group activities. They can  still continue, but you will need to provide a Covid passport to gain entry. You will need to provide a Covid passport to gain entry to the U3A General Meeting in January and to various venues – see the list below. 

What is the Covid Passport?
It is a document with proof of either: the fully vaccinated certificate, the presentation of a negative diagnostic test (PCR or antigen test) or proof of having recently recovered from Covid-19, to access certain establishments.

Where will the Covid Passport be requested?
People will need the Covid Passport to access bars, restaurants and leisure establishments and all public places where you eat or drink, such as cinemas, circuses, theatres, party venues or multifunctional rooms. Other areas covered by this requirement are gyms, indoor swimming pools and music festivals, and when visiting patients in hospitals and residences anywhere in the Comunidad.

How to obtain the Covid Passport
To get the Covid Passport (for the Comunidad Valenciana) online, follow this link: https://coronavirus.san.gva.es/es/certificado-digital-ue

This tweet from the Generalitat Valenciana Health Department has a link to a video about how to obtain the Covid Passport: 
https://twitter.com/albasenve/status/1465268784059535367?s=20