On-site Update 12 February 2022: the general restriction on numbers will be 200 persons (indoors). Masks will be required when the 1m social distancing rule can not be observed. Restaurants, including bars and nightclubs, will be allowed to let guests in until midnight, but guests must have left the establishment by 1 am.

Since July 26, 2021, travellers, who have been vaccinated and can provide official vaccination documents, also have to present a negative PCR test or antigen test upon entering the country. The same applies to travellers, who have recovered from a prior infection.

The vaccination certificate is valid when 14 days have passed from the second dose (or 14 days from Janssen/Johnson & Johnson dose). Furthermore, the testing of children born after 2005 will stop.

Certificates of vaccination with vaccines already approved by the European Medicines Agency will be accepted. For more details please visit www.covid.is.

Regardless of valid proof of vaccination or recovery, all travelers who have been in a high-risk area for more than 24 hours in the last 14 days (e.g. South Africa, Botswana, etc.) have to do a PCR test upon entry and go into quarantine. After 5 days, a new PCR test is necessary, which ends the quarantine, if the result is negative.