If you already have an active SIP card in Spain and are resident then all you can do is to make sure your contact details are up to date in the system. If you are unsure, you can update them by clicking this link and entering the correct the correct information. You will need to enter your SIP number, date of when your SIP card was issued (if applicable) and date of birth. Once you validate the information, it will allow you to enter your contact details (mobile, house phone and email).
If you don’t have a SIP card, but are a resident with private health insurance, you should go to your local medical centre and ask for a temporary SIP card. You will need to take your passport, residency document, padrón certificate and your private health insurance documents/card. The policy of each medical centre may vary but you should be entitled to the temporary SIP card for the purpose of getting the vaccine.
*this article will be updated regularly as changes to the legislation occur and when new information comes to light. Be sure to check back to see new updates.
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