As usual in recent months, we inform you about the evolution of the pandemic in Andorra. Today we are answering your questions about the safety protocols that the Government of Andorra is carrying out to date in order to make the country safe for your holidays. We continue working to receive you in the best conditions!
Security measures in Andorra
1) It is compulsory to wear a mask at all times, both in the street and inside public places.
2) It is necessary to keep a safe distance. Each business has adapted its capacity and flow to conform to the regulations imposed by the government of Andorra. For this reason we recommend that you plan visits and reservations in advance whenever possible.
3) It is necessary to use disinfectant gel every time you enter a restaurant, shop, supermarket and so on. Do not worry, as it is usually provided by the same business and you will always have it on display.
The use of gloves has not been established on a regular basis, but some establishments may ask for them at the entrance or at specific times, if they consider it necessary.
4) It is recommended that you pay by credit card whenever you can.
Restrictions on entry and testing of COVID-19
The entry borders of both Spain and France are open and no medical tests are required to enter the country, for all travellers from the European Union and the United Kingdom. You can see the full list of countries here.
What do you do if you feel sick in Andorra?
If you think you might be passing the COVID-19 during your holiday in Andorra, the first thing you should do is call 116, the medical emergency service of Nostra Senyora de Meritxell hospital. From here you will be given instructions to follow depending on the symptoms you have.
If you come from Spain, France or Portugal, it is advisable to travel with a travel document from your social security system. And if you are travelling from another country, it is advisable to take out travel insurance.
You can consult here all the information about symptoms of the disease and telephones of interest.
Safety rules for travelling in Andorra
You can move freely, although the use of a mask is required whenever you are travelling on public transport and with people who are not from the same community as you in your vehicle.
Please note that if you intend to travel by local bus, taxi or international bus the capacity is limited and a safety distance of 1.5 metres must be left.
As you can see, the government of Andorra is working to make the country a safe destination for both residents and travellers who visit us all year round.
If you have any further questions, please contact us.