Measures and prevention plan


21-22, SEPTEMBER, 2021


The first edition of the International Mobility Congress, has been planned in a pandemic environment. For this reason, it has been taken into account at all times; on the one hand, the location, the preventive measures and contingency plans, and the project’s viability guaranteeing streaming participation.

We recommend being attentive to all the information posted on this web, and in general, to the official information issued by the sanitary authorities.

General recommendations

  • Wearing a face mask is mandatory.
  • Security distance: security distance between people of 1,5 m and a security space of 2,5 m2 per person.
  • Reduction of the capacity to 50% of the authorized, with a maximum number of attendees of 1.000 people.
  • The auditorium of the Melià Hotel has a ventilation system suitable for COVID normative.
  • The normative allows for stand-up cocktails in congresses, conventions, commercial fairs and similar activities, as long as there is a security distance of  2 meters between tables, that the food is served in individual format and that the criteria established by the sector’s plan is followed, approved by the Director’s Committee of the Action Plan of PROCICAT.


Entrance to travelers coming from the European Union (EU), to those countries associated to the Schengen space (Iceland, Switzerland, Norway and Liechtenstein, United Kingdom) as well as Andorra, The Vatican, Monaco and San Marino.

Furthermore, depending of the country of origin, different restrictions and requirements will be applied to access the country according with the epidemiological situation of each territory.

All those travelers who fulfill the established and current requirements to arrive at Catalunya, can do so by road or by rail, sea and air. 

With the exception of some specific countries, nowadays all of those who arrive to Catalan territory, whether it is by air, sea or land, must have one of the following certificates: 

  • A PCR test (such as NAAT) or a quick antigens test (such as RAT) with a negative result (written in English, French, German or Spanish) done within the 48 hours previous to the beginning of the trip.
  • A vaccination certificate. All of those certificates corresponding to the authorized vaccines by the European Agency of Medicine will be considered valid as well as those which have completed the process of emergency use by the OMS. The European Union has created a  Digital COVID Certificate common to all its citizens.  

Aside of this certificate, it is also required that a public health form is filled before starting the trip for people arriving by air or sea

By air: filling the form which can be found on this link  or in the SPAIN TRAVEL HEALTH-SpTH App (Android and Apple).