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Passenger Locator Form
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Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): Keiner
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26.05.2021

Latest News: Government updates list of COVID-19 affected countries (Schengen Visa Info, 25.05.2021). Cyprus authorities to allow restriction-free entry for arrivals from Iceland, move Slovakia to red category as list of COVID-19 affected countries updated (Schengen Visa Info, 19.05.2021).

International Restrictions:

*From within the EU:

Cyprus implements travel restrictions according to a classification of high, medium and low-risk countries based on data and criteria communicated every Thursday by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). Each country has a colour code (red, orange, green, gray). The measures applicable to travel to Cyprus depend on the colour code assigned to each country.

Travel from countries classified as "green"

Travellers arriving from countries classified as "green" can enter Cyprus without being subject to any isolation or test requirement.

For these travellers, testing and quarantine are not required also in case of transit through high-risk countries, provided that no overnight stay has taken place (as well as no stay has taken place in such countries in the last 14 days).

Travel from countries NOT classified as "green"

vaccination-benefits Travellers arriving from countries NOT classified as "green" can enter Cyprus without being subject to any isolation or test requirement in case they have been fully vaccinated. These passengers, regardless of their nationality, holding a valid vaccination certificate from the following list of countries, will be able to travel from any country to the Republic of Cyprus without being subject to isolation or test requirement. A dedicated form must be filled in within 24 hours before the last departure flight to the Republic of Cyprus. Full information for vaccinated travellers is available at Cyprus Flight Pass - Vaccinated Passengers.

All other travellers arriving from countries classified as "orange" or "red" are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative PCR test. The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to arrival.

Additionally, travellers from countries classified as "red" are subject to a second test upon their arrival, at their own expenses.

The following categories may opt to be tested upon arrival in Cyprus only (at their own expenses):

  1. Cypriot citizens and their family members (spouses, underage children and parents);
  2. Persons legally residing in Cyprus;
  3. Persons entitled to enter the Republic under the Vienna Convention;
  4. Persons from countries classified as "orange", irrespective of their nationality, whose country of residence does not provide a laboratory testing service.

Travellers from countries classified as "orange" or "red" shall remain in mandatory self-isolation until they receive the test result. People arriving from "red" countries falling under categories 1-3 above must remain in self-isolation for 72 hours and, after that, they must undergo a second PCR test at their own expenses. If the last test is negative, isolation is ended.

Travellers from countries classified as "gray" must complete a compulsory self-isolation of 14 days. Self-isolation may be shortened by taking a PCR test on day 7 of the isolation period.

The test result must be sent to the following email address: monada@mphs.moh.gov.cy

All travellers who test positive will be placed in compulsory confinement for 14 days.

Mandatory Travel Documentation

All passengers have to submit, within 24 hours before starting their journey, all the information and documents required to obtain the CyprusFlightPass.

The download forms for passengers travelling to Cyprus can be found at https://cyprusflightpass.gov.cy/en/download-forms

Find out more:
Updated information on Country Categories
Epidemiological risk assessment (03/05/2021)

Contact point for Cyprus:
A Covid-19 call centre is available from Monday to Sunday (8:00 - 20:00) at 1474. This service provides direct, timely and comprehensive information regarding all governmental initiatives related to COVID-19.


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Health cover for temporary stays *Transit:

As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

*From Third Countries:

Cyprus implements travel restrictions according to a classification of high, medium and low-risk countries based on data and criteria communicated every Thursday by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). Each country has a colour code (red, orange, green, gray). The measures applicable to travel to Cyprus depend on the colour code assigned to each country.

Travel from countries classified as "green"

Travellers arriving from countries classified as "green" can enter Cyprus without being subject to any isolation or test requirement.

For these travellers, testing and quarantine are not required also in case of transit through high-risk countries, provided that no overnight stay has taken place (as well as no stay has taken place in such countries in the last 14 days).

Travel from countries NOT classified as "green"

vaccination-benefits Travellers arriving from countries NOT classified as "green" can enter Cyprus without being subject to any isolation or test requirement in case they have been fully vaccinated. These passengers, regardless of their nationality, holding a valid vaccination certificate from the following list of countries, will be able to travel from any country to the Republic of Cyprus without being subject to isolation or test requirement. A dedicated form must be filled in within 24 hours before the last departure flight to the Republic of Cyprus. Full information for vaccinated travellers is available at Cyprus Flight Pass - Vaccinated Passengers.

All other travellers arriving from countries classified as "orange" or "red" are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative PCR test. The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to arrival.

Additionally, travellers from countries classified as "red" are subject to a second test upon their arrival, at their own expenses.

The following categories may opt to be tested upon arrival in Cyprus only (at their own expenses):

  1. Cypriot citizens and their family members (spouses, underage children and parents);
  2. Persons legally residing in Cyprus;
  3. Persons entitled to enter the Republic under the Vienna Convention;
  4. Persons from countries classified as "orange", irrespective of their nationality, whose country of residence does not provide a laboratory testing service.

Travellers from countries classified as "orange" or "red" shall remain in mandatory self-isolation until they receive the test result. People arriving from "red" countries falling under categories 1-3 above must remain in self-isolation for 72 hours and, after that, they must undergo a second PCR test at their own expenses. If the last test is negative, isolation is ended.

Travellers from countries classified as "gray" must complete a compulsory self-isolation of 14 days. Self-isolation may be shortened by taking a PCR test on day 7 of the isolation period.

The test result must be sent to the following email address: monada@mphs.moh.gov.cy

All travellers who test positive will be placed in compulsory confinement for 14 days.

Mandatory Travel Documentation

All passengers have to submit, within 24 hours before starting their journey, all the information and documents required to obtain the CyprusFlightPass.

The download forms for passengers travelling to Cyprus can be found at https://cyprusflightpass.gov.cy/en/download-forms

Find out more:
Updated information on Country Categories
Epidemiological risk assessment (03/05/2021)

Contact point for Cyprus:
A Covid-19 call centre is available from Monday to Sunday (8:00 - 20:00) at 1474. This service provides direct, timely and comprehensive information regarding all governmental initiatives related to COVID-19.

Internal Restrictions:

*Travel in Cyprus: Following policy changes announced by the Republic of Cyprus Government and the administration in the north, all crossing points between the Republic and the north are effectively closed to travellers.

*Public spaces and services: The use of a face mask is compulsory in all indoor and outdoor public spaces in the Republic of Cyprus. Failure to comply with restrictions may result in a €300 fine. As of 10 May, the latest curfew on movement is in place from 11pm until 5am (with few exceptions) while other restrictive measures continue, including the use of a SafePass/CoronaPass to enter specified areas including, for example, malls, catering establishments, some athletic facilities etc. The SafePass/CoronaPass requires individuals to provide proof of a negative test taken within 72 hours; at least one dose of the vaccine received at least 3 weeks prior; or having contracted coronavirus in the past 6 months. You can find full details of the latest measures introduced by the Cypriot authorities on this information page and more generally, including on SafePass/CoronaPass, on the Press & Information Office website.

*North of Cyprus: Face masks must be worn in public at all times and, until further notice, there remains a curfew in place between 9pm to 5am Monday to Saturday and a full curfew on Sundays. The UK entered Cyprus’ Amber category on 29 April. Passengers coming from Amber Category countries are required to undergo a PCR test within 72 hours prior to departure and provide proof of a negative result. The following categories of passengers may opt to take a laboratory test only upon their arrival in the Republic of Cyprus, at their own expense and subject to self-isolation until a negative result is obtained.

06.11.2020

Other: partially closed/partially cancelled

Restrictive measures mandatory between 05 November 2020 to 15 January 2021

The use of a facemask by the general population, aged 12 years and above, becomes mandatory in indoor and outdoor areas, according to the instructions issued by the Ministry of Health. Contingency island-wide measures, in force as of the 5th until the 30th of November: All team sports and social activities for children under the age of 18 (e.g. football, dancing, swimming, martial arts, theatre, choir, etc.) are prohibited. Championship matches for athletes below 18 years of age, based in the Districts of Lemesos and Pafos, are suspended. For example, if a team based in the District of Lemesos or Pafos is playing with a team of the Lefkosia District, the match shall be suspended until the measures are lifted. The operation of all children’s playgrounds, indoor or outdoor, is suspended. The operation of gyms is suspended. Covid restrictive measure on sports, social, other activities of under-18s The following measures are put into effect on an island-wide basis until the 2nd November 2020: - Attendance at house gatherings and public assembly places, excluding catering establishments, is allowed with a maximum number of 10 persons per house/group, including underage children. - Church services, as well as religious ceremonies, shall be performed according to the instructions of the Holy Archbishopric of Cyprus. - The holding of matches in sport premises, in the context of athletic championships, is allowed without spectators being present, provided the relevant protocols are applied. - The maximum number of persons allowed to be served in catering establishments is set at 75 persons in indoor areas and 150 persons in outdoor areas. The measure that continues to be in force is that of maintaining social distancing of 3 sq.m. in each case for indoor areas and 2 sq.m. for outdoor areas per person, regardless of the square metre area of each establishment. Provided that in each case no more than 10 persons may occupy a single table. - Cocktail parties and well-wishing ceremonies at weddings and christenings are prohibited. Physical presence is only allowed at lunch or dinner with a maximum number of 350 persons attending. - The holding of events, such as conferences, day-events, assemblies, concerts, theatre performances, dance or music performances, etc., is allowed in both closed and open venues, in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health. - The functioning is allowed of Indoor and open-air cinemas, theatres and performance halls at 50% capacity. - Retail businesses of drinks and food (bakeries, supermarkets, mini-markets etc.) and pharmacies shall only serve persons included in the vulnerable groups of the populations between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. In addition to the above, and due to the deterioration of the epidemiological picture and the increased epidemiological load in the city and district of Lemesos, the following measures have been decided until 26 October 2020: - The functioning of catering establishments (cafeterias, bars, restaurants, snack-bars, etc.) is allowed until 10.30 p.m. - It is strongly recommended that members of the public restrict their movement after 11.30 p.m. In addition to the above measures, it is recalled that by a Decree of the Health Minister the use of facemask by the general population, aged 12 years and above, is mandatory for all in closed, indoor areas as described in the instruction issued by the Ministry of Health. Review of the directive for mandatory use of face masks by the general population. the use of a protective mask is made compulsory for the general population, aged 12 years and above, in indoor areas where there is an increased gathering of people, as these areas have been defined in announcements by the Ministry of Health. It is clarified that the use of face-mask in indoor areas with increased public gathering is optional for children aged 6 to 12 years. Decree on mandatory use of protective mask is extended Limassol takes additional measures to deal with the pandemic: 1. Intensification of spraying in both municipal and public areas as well as areas that constitute hearths of outbreaks of the virus (ie. bus stops, garbage cans, etc); 2. Suspension of operation of playgrounds in the Molos Embankment, in the Municipal Gardens and in the public squares of Anagennisi and Filellinon; 3. Measures to regulate pedestrian traffic in the Molos Embankment with signs and a dividing strip for pedestrian traffic; 4. Very strict measures and meticulous supervision in all open public events of the Municipality with application of all measures provided in the relevant protocols; 5. Very strict surveillance of street markets. Ministry publishes protocols for children’s play areas Ministry eases rules on number of swimmers in pools: outdoor pools can have one swimmer for every 2.5 square metres of surface water and for indoor pools, one for every five square metres. Under the revised rules that come into effect tomorrow, the social distancing requirement remains in force. However, establishments can now serve a maximum of 100 people inside and 200 people outside. They cannot serve more, even if they have the space required by the distancing rule, the ministry clarified. The ministry added that the above arrangements will be reassessed based on the epidemiological indices. Cinemas, theaters can reopen on July 1 Phase three of the relaxation of restrictions gets underway today with the opening of swimming pools under stringent new hygiene protocols Public and private kindergartens reopen on June 9, the Education Ministry said on Wednesday, citing an earlier decision by the Council of Ministers. Ministry unveils beach rules ahead of tomorrow’s opening The Forestry Department said on Friday that access to picnic sites is allowed for maximum 10 people per group (underage children inclusive) Driving tests will start again on June 1 with new rules requiring teachers, candidates and examiners to wear a mask in the vehicle. – Church services and other forms of religious worship in churches, mosques and other places of worship are permitted, provided that protocols on hygiene, as determined by the Ministry of Health, are strictly adhered to (from June 1). – Operation and access to organised beaches will be permitted (from June 1). – Visit to parks, open space playgrounds, squares, marinas etc. will be permitted, provided no more than 10 persons are gathered at any time (from May 21) From 4 May public and the wider public sector will be fully operational, with the return of all the employees at their work. Exercise of religion will be permitted in churches, mosques and other places of worship, provided that there are no more than 10 persons present. The decree on weddings, christenings and funerals remains in force. As of June 1, church services and other forms of religious worship in churches, mosques and other places of worship are permitted included weddings, christenings, and funerals From June 9 to July 13 hotels, beaches (provided distances), open air theatres and cinemas, gyms, sports tournaments (no fans), summer programmes of private tertiary education will be reopen From July 14 theaters and indoor cinemas, festivals and concerts, casinos, children’s play areas indoors and outdoors. The plan will then go to the Council of Ministers for approval on Wednesday with all indications that the first relaxation in the measures will be introduced on May 4. The lockdown in Cyprus is to be extended until the end of April. As from tomorrow Tuesday at 6 a.m. the operation of the following services is also suspended: Tourist and travel agencies. Aircraft provision services, with the exception of those relating to the service of flights which are exceptionally approved by the Minister of Transport, Communications and Works as well as cargo flights. The number of persons including the driver during taxi rides, in private cars and/or in other vehicles shall not exceed three persons. Suspension of building sites with the exception of social utility projects that will obtain a special permit from the Minister of Transport. All visits to patients in private and public hospitals island-wide are prohibited, effective on March 18 and until further notice. In addition, and based on the decree announced by the Minister of Health on March 15, all scheduled surgeries and admissions are suspended from March 16 to March 31, provided that no human life is at risk. Cyprus Post said on Monday that postal services will be suspended for all countries except Greece for all services, except the Quickpost courier service.