Iceland will let tourists who have had coronavirus
From December 10, foreign travelers will be able to avoid the mandatory two-week quarantine in Iceland and two COVID-19 tests (upon arrival and after 6 days of quarantine) if they can prove that they have already been sick with coronavirus and recovered. This is reported by Travel and Leisure, citing a statement from the Icelandic government.
To cross the Icelandic border, tourists will need to present a positive COVID-19 test result, taken 14 days before travel, or an antibody test result.
Entry rules to Iceland for Ukrainian citizens
At the moment, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, the following can get to Iceland:
- citizens of Ukraine who have a special permit for this;
- Persons holding a residence permit in one of the Schengen countries (including the Republic of Iceland) or an EU country;
- close relatives of citizens of the Schengen countries (including the Republic of Iceland) and EU countries (spouses, children, direct relatives in the ascendant who are supported).
- At the same time, at the moment, the Icelandic government requires that every foreigner entering the country undergo a two-week quarantine or take a coronavirus test twice (upon arrival and after a six-day quarantine).
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