Please note that regulations pertaining to travel varies from destination to destination, and may also change at any time. Before making any travel arrangements please make sure to check with your travel advisor.
TRAVEL REQUIREMENT TO ICELAND
Information courtesy of OK Travel
Starting from the 19th of March 2021 all travelers are welcome to visit Iceland, without being subject to border measures, such as testing and quarantine if they can show either:
Until now, this exemption has only applied to those presenting certificates from the EU/EEA area but now apply equally to everyone who can provide proof of a full vaccination with a vaccine that has been certified for use by the European Medical Agency, certificates from the World Health Organization (WHO), certificate of Vaccination or the Carte Jaune/Yellow Card) are also accepted for vaccines the WHO has validated.
Certificates of vaccination with a vaccine authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), that are listed here. Certificates are accepted whether they originate from countries within or outside the EEA-area:
A vaccine certificate is required to include the following:
Details regarding vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency: (Name of vaccine, authorization holder/manufacturer; number and interval between doses for vaccination to be complete)
The exemption also applies to those who can provide valid proof of prior infection. Documentation on prior infections must be in accordance with the requirements defined by the Chief Epidemiologist.
The following certificates are considered valid confirmation of a previous COVID-19 infection. Certificates are accepted whether they originate from countries within or outside the EEA-area:
*Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) are not accepted (antigen or antibody tests).
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