Spain expats given crucial vaccine update – Benidorm, Alicante & Canary Islands rules

spain expats given crucial vaccine update benidorm alicante canary islands rules

Around 285,000 British expats currently live in Spain. As the vaccination roll-out pushes forward around the world, it may be confusing for expats to know where to obtain their jab – particularly if they aren’t registered to a health centre.

For those living in the Valencia region, which is home to Alicante and Benidorm, the FCDO explains they should go directly to their “local health centre to register”.

It continues: “You will be given a provisional health card to cover the vaccination and any other public health needs.

“You should visit the Valencia regional government health service website to check and update your contact details.”

The FCDO has also added new advice for those living in the Canary Islands.

It states: “We are awaiting further information from the Government of the Canary Islands regarding their vaccine plan for those who do not have public healthcare, and will update this section in due course.

“You should call 012 for information about registering for the vaccine.”

The FCDO continues: “British nationals living overseas should seek medical advice from their local healthcare provider in the country where they reside…

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