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From Ireland: 01 246 7677 (local rate)

All other countries: +34 914 142 334 (international rate)

Email: ibexdirect@ibexinsure.com

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Covid-19 Vaccine Information in Spain

07-May-2021


If you are resident in Spain and have private health insurance, rather than being in the state system and would like to know how you can register for the Covid-19 vaccine please see below.

Because Spain operates its health system regionally, the way people access the vaccine will differ depending on where you live.

Andalucía: You can register for the vaccine here. More information is available here.

Andorra: For information click here.

Balearic Islands: To register for the vaccine, please call 971 211 999. For more information click here.

Canary Islands: We are awaiting further information from the Government of the Canary Islands regarding their vaccines plan for those who do not have public healthcare. You should call 012 for information about registering for the vaccine.

Cataluña: If you are already registered on the padrón, you can apply online here.

Madrid: To register for the vaccine, please call 900 102 112. For more information click here.

Murcía: You can register online for the vaccine here or call: 900 121 212.

Comunidad Valenciana (Valencia region): You will need to go to your local health centre to register. 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 here.

If the region you live in is not listed above, we are aware that some people have managed to be added to the vaccine list in their region by registering temporarily at their health centre with their residency document. 

This is known as an 'alta temporal'. You should contact your local health centre about for further information. We will continue to seek more details from those authorities who have not yet confirmed their specific arrangements.

The full Spanish government vaccination strategy is available here