En De
Total doses
given
1.8M
People fully
vaccinated
645K
% Fully
vaccinated
71.98%
Masks
Mask is required in all public indoor, public transport and certain outdoor areas
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

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21.06.2022

30/12/2021: Visits are not allowed to nursing homes and other closed care facilities hosting the elderly and vulnerable groups; 31/01/2022: Visits in nursing homes and other closed care facilities are allowed to people with vaccination/recovery certificate and a 24-hour negative rapid antigen test. Residents are not allowed to leave the facilities; 03/02/2022: Employees in nursing homes other closed care facilities hosting the elderly and vulnerable groups must demonstrate a 24-hour negative PCR/rapid antigen test or demonstrate vaccination/recovery certificate and a 72-hour negative PCR/rapid antigen test; 21/02/2022: Visits are allowed to persons who have a negative rapid test antigen detection by sampling on the day of the visit; 08/03/2022: Visits are allowed only with approval of the Director of that hospital and in compliance with Regulation 79 (1). Visitors are required to demonstrate (a) Certificate of vaccination or recovery; a negative PCR with sampling within 72 hours or a antigen certificate with sampling within 48 hours; or (b) negative PCR certificate with sampling within 48 hours or a certificate of rapid antigen detection with 24 hours sampling performed; and (c) for persons aged 6 to 17 years; negative PCR or rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 with sampling within 72 hours. Children under 6 years of age; are exempted from all the above. Tenants are not allowed to spend the night outside the nursing home and/or the closed structure. Employees in nursing homes other closed care facilities hosting the elderly and vulnerable groups must demonstrate a 24-hour negative PCR/rapid antigen test or demonstrate vaccination/recovery certificate and a 72-hour negative PCR/rapid antigen test; 21/03/2022: Residents of nursing homes and other closed care facilities hosting the elderly and vulnerable groups; are allowed to exit and/or stay overnight outside the facilities.; 01/06/2022 Two persons are allowed per visit; with a maximum of four visitors per tenant in one day.

21.06.2022

1/06/2022: The use of a face mask is only compulsory in hospitals; care homes; and other medical facilities and in all public transports for everyone aged 12 and above.

21.06.2022

10/01/2022 Person using hotels and / or tourist accommodation must present a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 7-day negative PCR/antigen test. Persons that have been vaccinated only with the first dose; must have a 72-hour negative PCR/antigen test. Persons who have completed their vaccination and have passed a period of 7 months; without having received a booster dose; must present a 72-hour negative PCR test or a 48-hour rapid antigen test.; 08/03/2022 Person using hotels and / or tourist accommodation must present a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 48-hour negative rapid test/ 72-hour negative PCR test. Kids 6-17 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 72 hours.

21.06.2022

Since 10 of May non essential shops including shopping centres are open. People have to keep physical distance (1 person per 10m2). From 10/05/2021 until 19/07/2021 In shops bigger than 500m2 people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.;30/10/2021: In non essential shops; one person is required per 10m2 and they must keep a physical distance of 2 meters.; 21/02/2022: In shops bigger than 500m2 counting is conducted to avoid presence of clients in excess of 50.; 08/03/2022 The measure of one person per 4m2 is observed.; 23/05/2022 Operation with full capacity for spaces up to 500 sq.m. and a maximum of 85% of the capacity for spaces over 500 sq.m.

21.06.2022

It is allowed the operation of theaters and cinemas with 50 max number of people. People have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 17/05/2021 It is allowed the operation of theaters and cinemas with 50 max number of people or 30% of their capacity in indoor spaces and 50% of their capacity in outdoor spaces. People have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 09/07/2021 The operation of theaters; cinemas and concerts is allowed with 50% of their capacity and people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 21/07/2021 The operation of theaters; cinemas and concerts is allowed with 75% of their capacity; with maximum 250 participants indoors and 350 outdoors and people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 08/10/2021 The operation of theaters; cinemas and concerts is allowed with 75% of their capacity; with maximum 300 participants indoors and 350 outdoors and people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 06/12/2021 The operation of theaters; cinemas and concerts is allowed with 75% of their capacity; with maximum 300 participants indoors and 350 outdoors and people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having completed the vaccination or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 15/12/2021 Theaters; cinemas and concerts can operate a) with 75% of their capacity and participants must demonstrate a certification of complete vaccination or a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or b) with maximum 300 participants indoors and 350 outdoors is allowed for people who have completed the vaccination or contracted the virus in the past six months. Participants 6-11 years old or those who can not be vaccinated; have to demonstrate a 7-day-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID. Participants who have been vaccinated with at least one vaccine dose for COVID-19 disease; have to demonstrate the vaccination certificate and a negative PCR laboratory test for COVID-19 disease with sampling within 72 hours; or a rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 disease with sampling within 48 hours (age >18 years old) and within 72 hours (age<18 years old).; 30/12/2021 Events; including weddings and christenings in restaurants; event and banquet facilities; hotels and / or tourist accommodation; nightclubs; music and dance venues; theaters; amphitheaters; and cinemas can operate with maximum 300 people in total (indoors and outdoors) with a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test or can operate with 75% of the capacity and all persons must present either a valid vaccination certificate for COVID19 disease; or a valid certificate of recovery from COVID-19 disease. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 24-hour negative PCR/antigen test. Persons that have been vaccinated only with the first dose; must have a 24-hour negative PCR/antigen test.; 06/01/2022 Events; including weddings and christenings in restaurants; event and banquet facilities; hotels and / or tourist accommodation; nightclubs; music and dance venues can operate with maximum 200 people in total (indoors and outdoors) and theaters; amphitheaters; and cinemas can operate with maximum of 300 people in total with a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test or can operate with 75% of the capacity and all persons must present either a valid vaccination certificate for COVID19 disease; or a valid certificate of recovery from COVID-19 disease. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 24-hour negative PCR/antigen test. Persons that have been vaccinated only with the first dose; must have a 24-hour negative PCR/antigen test.; 21/02/2022 Events; including weddings and christenings in restaurants; event and banquet facilities; hotels and / or tourist accommodation; nightclubs; music and dance venues can operate with maximum 250 people in total (indoors and outdoors) and theaters; amphitheaters; and cinemas can operate with maximum of 75% capacity with a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days.; 24/02/2022 In restaurants can operate with maximum 500 people in total (indoors and outdoors). In areas with a capacity of 150 people or more; which includes a dance floor people 12 years old and older must demonstrate a 15-hour PCR/rapid test and kids 6-11 years old must demonstrate a 7-day PCR/rapid test. For all the other areas regardless of capacity people must demonstrate a COVID-19 vaccine certificate or a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery and kids 6-11 years old must demonstrate a 7-day PCR/rapid test. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 7-day negative PCR/antigen test.; 08/03/2022 In areas with a capacity of 150 people or more people are required to demonstrate (a) Certificate of vaccination or recovery; a negative PCR with sampling within 72 hours or a antigen certificate with sampling within 48 hours; or (b) negative PCR certificate with sampling within 48 hours or a certificate of rapid antigen detection with 24 hours sampling performed; and (c) for persons aged 6 to 17 years; negative PCR or rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 with sampling within 72 hours. Children under 6 years of age; are exempted from all the above.; 15/05/2022 The operation of theaters and cinemas is allowed with full capacity. In casinos and entertainment night venues is allowed full capacity for spaces up to 500 sq.m. and maximum 85% capacity for spaces over 500 sq.m.

21.06.2022

Demonstration of Coronapass is required. A Coronapass entails either having a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 20/07/2021 Indoor sports facilities; including gyms and dance schools; operate in compliance with the measure of one person per 10m2.; 08/10/2021 Indoor sports facilities; including gyms and dance schools; operate in compliance with the measure of one person per 8m2.; 08/03/2022 Indoor sports facilities; including gyms and dance schools; operate in compliance with the measure of one person per 3m2; 16/04/2022 Indoor sports facilities; including gyms and dance schools; operate in compliance with the measure of one person per 4m2.

21.06.2022

30/12/2021 Visits are not allowed in public and private hospitals.; 08/03/2022 Visits to public and private hospitals are allowed only with approval of the Director of that hospital and in compliance with Regulation 79 (1). Visitors are required to demonstrate (a) Certificate of vaccination or recovery; a negative PCR with sampling within 72 hours or a antigen certificate with sampling within 48 hours; or (b) negative PCR certificate with sampling within 48 hours or a certificate of rapid antigen detection with 24 hours sampling performed; and (c) for persons aged 6 to 17 years; negative PCR or rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 with sampling within 72 hours. Children under 6 years of age; are exempted from all the above. For visits of patients and their attendants to outpatient clinics; medical and diagnostic negative laboratory test (PCR) or rapid antigen test is required; with sampling performed within 24 hours; excluding persons receiving a booster dose of the vaccine. “27/4/22 (updated ministerial decree). No approval from the hospital director is required to visit patients. All other requirements for visitors in the hospitals are in place as before.”; 15/05/2022 Visitors to public and private hospitals are required to demonstrate a negative PCR or a antigen certificate with sampling within 24 hours. One visitor is allowed per visit; with a maximum of two visitors per patient in one day.; 01/06/2022 Visitors to public and private hospitals from 6 years old and older; are required to demonstrate a negative PCR or a antigen certificate with sampling within 48 hours. Visits to outpatient clinics; medical and diagnostic centers; for persons aged 6 years and older; require demonstration of vaccination certificate; recovery certificate or a negative PCR with sampling within 72 hours or a antigen certificate with sampling within 48 hours.

09.06.2022

11/04/2022 The use of a face mask is mandatory indoors for all persons aged six years and above.; 15/05/2022The use of a face mask is mandatory indoors for all persons aged 12 years and above.; 1/06/2022: The use of a face mask is only compulsory in hospitals; care homes; and other medical facilities and in all public transports for everyone aged 6 and above.

03.06.2022

Since 10 of May non essential shops including shopping centres are open. People have to keep physical distance (1 person per 10m2). From 10/05/2021 until 19/07/2021 In shops bigger than 500m2 people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.;30/10/2021: In non essential shops; one person is required per 10m2 and they must keep a physical distance of 2 meters.; 21/02/2022: In shops bigger than 500m2 counting is conducted to avoid presence of clients in excess of 50.; 08/03/2022 The measure of one person per 4m2 is observed.; 23/05/2022 Operation with full capacity for spaces up to 500 sq.m. and a maximum of 85% of the capacity for spaces over 500 sq.m.

19.05.2022

Since 10 of May non essential shops including shopping centres are open. People have to keep physical distance (1 person per 10m2). From 10/05/2021 until 19/07/2021 In shops bigger than 500m2 people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.;30/10/2021: In non essential shops; one person is required per 10m2 and they must keep a physical distance of 2 meters.; 21/02/2022: In shops bigger than 500m2 counting is conducted to avoid presence of clients in excess of 50.; 08/03/2022 The measure of one person per 4m2 is observed.

19.05.2022

11/04/2022 The use of a face mask is mandatory indoors for all persons aged six years and above.; 15/05/2022The use of a face mask is mandatory indoors for all persons aged 12 years and above.

19.05.2022

30/12/2021: Visits are not allowed to nursing homes and other closed care facilities hosting the elderly and vulnerable groups; 31/01/2022: Visits in nursing homes and other closed care facilities are allowed to people with vaccination/recovery certificate and a 24-hour negative rapid antigen test. Residents are not allowed to leave the facilities; 03/02/2022: Employees in nursing homes other closed care facilities hosting the elderly and vulnerable groups must demonstrate a 24-hour negative PCR/rapid antigen test or demonstrate vaccination/recovery certificate and a 72-hour negative PCR/rapid antigen test; 21/02/2022: Visits are allowed to persons who have a negative rapid test antigen detection by sampling on the day of the visit; 08/03/2022: Visits are allowed only with approval of the Director of that hospital and in compliance with Regulation 79 (1). Visitors are required to demonstrate (a) Certificate of vaccination or recovery; a negative PCR with sampling within 72 hours or a antigen certificate with sampling within 48 hours; or (b) negative PCR certificate with sampling within 48 hours or a certificate of rapid antigen detection with 24 hours sampling performed; and (c) for persons aged 6 to 17 years; negative PCR or rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 with sampling within 72 hours. Children under 6 years of age; are exempted from all the above. Tenants are not allowed to spend the night outside the nursing home and/or the closed structure. Employees in nursing homes other closed care facilities hosting the elderly and vulnerable groups must demonstrate a 24-hour negative PCR/rapid antigen test or demonstrate vaccination/recovery certificate and a 72-hour negative PCR/rapid antigen test; 21/03/2022: Residents of nursing homes and other closed care facilities hosting the elderly and vulnerable groups; are allowed to exit and/or stay overnight outside the facilities.

19.05.2022

30/12/2021 Visits are not allowed in public and private hospitals.; 08/03/2022 Visits to public and private hospitals are allowed only with approval of the Director of that hospital and in compliance with Regulation 79 (1). Visitors are required to demonstrate (a) Certificate of vaccination or recovery; a negative PCR with sampling within 72 hours or a antigen certificate with sampling within 48 hours; or (b) negative PCR certificate with sampling within 48 hours or a certificate of rapid antigen detection with 24 hours sampling performed; and (c) for persons aged 6 to 17 years; negative PCR or rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 with sampling within 72 hours. Children under 6 years of age; are exempted from all the above. For visits of patients and their attendants to outpatient clinics; medical and diagnostic negative laboratory test (PCR) or rapid antigen test is required; with sampling performed within 24 hours; excluding persons receiving a booster dose of the vaccine. “27/4/22 (updated ministerial decree). No approval from the hospital director is required to visit patients. All other requirements for visitors in the hospitals are in place as before.”; 15/05/2022 Visitors to public and private hospitals are required to demonstrate a negative PCR or a antigen certificate with sampling within 24 hours. One visitor is allowed per visit; with a maximum of two visitors per patient in one day.

19.05.2022

Demonstration of Coronapass is required. A Coronapass entails either having a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 20/07/2021 Indoor sports facilities; including gyms and dance schools; operate in compliance with the measure of one person per 10m2.; 08/10/2021 Indoor sports facilities; including gyms and dance schools; operate in compliance with the measure of one person per 8m2.; 08/03/2022 Indoor sports facilities; including gyms and dance schools; operate in compliance with the measure of one person per 3m2; 16/04/2022 Indoor sports facilities; including gyms and dance schools; operate in compliance with the measure of one person per 4m2.

19.05.2022

The maximum number of people allowed is 10 except the day of Easter; when the maximum number of people allowed is 50. Update: From 10 May onwards: The maximum number of people that are allowed is 50 and 1 person per 3 m2. Also; people have to demonstrate 'coronapass'. A Coronapass entails either having a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID-19 or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months. Update: From 17 May 2021 onwards: The maximum number of people allowed is 1/3 of the worship's capacity. Also; people have to demonstrate a 'SafePass'. 'SafePass' means proof of one of the following three certificates: 1) a negative rapid or PCR test not older than 72 hours; 2) the first dose of vaccine administered at least 3 weeks prior; 3) recovery from Covid-19 in the past 6 months. 28/05/2021 The maximum number of people allowed is 50% of the worship's capacity. Also; people have to demonstrate a 'SafePass'.; 08/07/2021 The maximum number of people allowed inside the worship places is 250. Also; people have to demonstrate a 'SafePass' and keep distance.; 20/07/2021 The maximum number of people in Indoors is set at 250 people with essential presentation of SafePass or to 450 people including all persons are vaccinated with at least the 1st dose and have passed a period of 3 weeks or having contacted the virus in the last six months.; 08/10/2021 The maximum number of people allowed inside the worship places is 300 keeping physical distance and hygiene rules and 500 in case that all people demonstrate a 'SafePass' and keep distance. The maximum number of people allowed outsidethe worship places is 350 keeping physical distance and hygiene rules and 500 in case that all people demonstrate a 'SafePass'.; 30/12/2021 The maximum number of people is 300 people in total; either indoors or in outdoors; keeping distancing measures.; 06/01/2022 The maximum number of people is 200 people in total; either indoors or in outdoors; keeping distancing measures.; 21/02/2022 The maximum number of people is 250 people in total; either indoors or in outdoors; keeping distancing measures.; 08/03/2022 The presence of believers during the church service and / or other forms of religious worship is allowed with a fullness of 70% of the capacity of the place of worship; either indoors or outdoors.; 15/05/2022 The presence of believers during the church service and / or other forms of religious worship is allowed with a fullness of 85% of the capacity of the place of worship for spaces over 500 sq.m. and with full capacity for spaces up to 500 sq.m.

19.05.2022

Restaurants; cafes; bars are open for outdoor seated service only until 23.00. Customers have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 20/07/2021 The maximum number is 10 people per table. 08/10/2021 The maximum number is 12 people per table. The maximum number is 300 costumers inside and 350 outside if keeping distance or 500 costumers that demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months. 15/12/2021 The maximum number is a) 500 persons; in the case where all persons demonstrate either a valid vaccination certificate for COVID-19 disease; or a COVID-19 Certificate of Recovery; or b) 300 costumers inside and 350 outside with the demonstration of either a valid vaccination certificate for COVID-19 disease; or a COVID-19 Certificate of Recovery; participants 6-11 years old or those who can not be vaccinated; have to demonstrate a 7-day-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID; and participants who have been vaccinated with at least one vaccine dose for COVID-19 disease; have to demonstrate the vaccination certificate and a negative PCR laboratory test for COVID-19 disease with sampling within 72 hours; or a rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 disease with sampling within 48 hours (age >18 years old) and within 72 hours (age<18 years old). The maximum number is 12 people per table.; 22/12/2021 The maximum number is 300 costumers inside and 350 outside if keeping distance; with 12 people per table and costumers older than 6 years old must present a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 7-day negative PCR/antigen test. Persons that have been vaccinated only with the first dose; must have a 72-hour negative PCR or a 48-hour antigen test. Persons who have completed their vaccination and have passed a period of 7 months; without having received a booster dose; must present a 72-hour negative PCR test or a 48-hour rapid antigen test.; 30/12/2021 The maximum number is 300 costumers in total inside and outside if keeping distance; with 12 people per table and costumers older than 6 years old must present a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 7-day negative PCR/antigen test. Persons that have been vaccinated only with the first dose; must have a 72-hour negative PCR or a 48-hour antigen test. Persons who have completed their vaccination and have passed a period of 7 months; without having received a booster dose; must present a 72-hour negative PCR test or a 48-hour rapid antigen test.; 10/01/2022 The maximum number is 200 costumers in total inside and outside if keeping distance; with 8 people per table and costumers older than 6 years old must present a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 7-day negative PCR/antigen test. Persons that have been vaccinated only with the first dose; must have a 72-hour negative PCR or a 48-hour antigen test. Persons who have completed their vaccination and have passed a period of 7 months; without having received a booster dose; must present a 72-hour negative PCR test or a 48-hour rapid antigen test.; 21/02/2022 In restaurants can operate with maximum 250 people in total (indoors and outdoors) with a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 24-hour negative PCR/antigen test or the medical certificate issued by the Ministry of Health and a negative PCR test no more than 7 days. Twelve (12) people are allowed at a table.; 24/02/2022 In restaurants can operate with maximum 500 people in total (indoors and outdoors). In areas with a capacity of 150 people or more; which includes a dance floor people 12 years old and older must demonstrate a 15-hour PCR/rapid test and kids 6-11 years old must demonstrate a 7-day PCR/rapid test. For all the other areas regardless of capacity people must demonstrate a COVID-19 vaccine certificate or a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery and kids 6-11 years old must demonstrate a 7-day PCR/rapid test. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 7-day negative PCR/antigen test.; 08/03/2022 In areas with a capacity of 150 people or more people are required to demonstrate (a) Certificate of vaccination or recovery; a negative PCR with sampling within 72 hours or a antigen certificate with sampling within 48 hours; or (b) negative PCR certificate with sampling within 48 hours or a certificate of rapid antigen detection with 24 hours sampling performed; and (c) for persons aged 6 to 17 years; negative PCR or rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 with sampling within 72 hours. Children under 6 years of age; are exempted from all the above. In all other areas costumers are required to demonstrate a vaccination certificate; or a certificate of recovery; or PCR certificate with sampling within 72 hours or antigen certificate within 48 hours; or persons aged 6 to 17 years; a negative PCR or rapid antigen detection test; with sampling performed within 72 hours. Exemption for children under 6.; 15/05/2022 Full capacity is allowed for spaces up to 500 sq.m. and maximum 85% capacity for spaces over 500 sq.m.

19.05.2022

It is allowed the operation of theaters and cinemas with 50 max number of people. People have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 17/05/2021 It is allowed the operation of theaters and cinemas with 50 max number of people or 30% of their capacity in indoor spaces and 50% of their capacity in outdoor spaces. People have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 09/07/2021 The operation of theaters; cinemas and concerts is allowed with 50% of their capacity and people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 21/07/2021 The operation of theaters; cinemas and concerts is allowed with 75% of their capacity; with maximum 250 participants indoors and 350 outdoors and people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 08/10/2021 The operation of theaters; cinemas and concerts is allowed with 75% of their capacity; with maximum 300 participants indoors and 350 outdoors and people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 06/12/2021 The operation of theaters; cinemas and concerts is allowed with 75% of their capacity; with maximum 300 participants indoors and 350 outdoors and people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having completed the vaccination or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 15/12/2021 Theaters; cinemas and concerts can operate a) with 75% of their capacity and participants must demonstrate a certification of complete vaccination or a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or b) with maximum 300 participants indoors and 350 outdoors is allowed for people who have completed the vaccination or contracted the virus in the past six months. Participants 6-11 years old or those who can not be vaccinated; have to demonstrate a 7-day-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID. Participants who have been vaccinated with at least one vaccine dose for COVID-19 disease; have to demonstrate the vaccination certificate and a negative PCR laboratory test for COVID-19 disease with sampling within 72 hours; or a rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 disease with sampling within 48 hours (age >18 years old) and within 72 hours (age<18 years old).; 30/12/2021 Events; including weddings and christenings in restaurants; event and banquet facilities; hotels and / or tourist accommodation; nightclubs; music and dance venues; theaters; amphitheaters; and cinemas can operate with maximum 300 people in total (indoors and outdoors) with a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test or can operate with 75% of the capacity and all persons must present either a valid vaccination certificate for COVID19 disease; or a valid certificate of recovery from COVID-19 disease. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 24-hour negative PCR/antigen test. Persons that have been vaccinated only with the first dose; must have a 24-hour negative PCR/antigen test.; 06/01/2022 Events; including weddings and christenings in restaurants; event and banquet facilities; hotels and / or tourist accommodation; nightclubs; music and dance venues can operate with maximum 200 people in total (indoors and outdoors) and theaters; amphitheaters; and cinemas can operate with maximum of 300 people in total with a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test or can operate with 75% of the capacity and all persons must present either a valid vaccination certificate for COVID19 disease; or a valid certificate of recovery from COVID-19 disease. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 24-hour negative PCR/antigen test. Persons that have been vaccinated only with the first dose; must have a 24-hour negative PCR/antigen test.; 21/02/2022 Events; including weddings and christenings in restaurants; event and banquet facilities; hotels and / or tourist accommodation; nightclubs; music and dance venues can operate with maximum 250 people in total (indoors and outdoors) and theaters; amphitheaters; and cinemas can operate with maximum of 75% capacity with a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days.; 24/02/2022 In restaurants can operate with maximum 500 people in total (indoors and outdoors). In areas with a capacity of 150 people or more; which includes a dance floor people 12 years old and older must demonstrate a 15-hour PCR/rapid test and kids 6-11 years old must demonstrate a 7-day PCR/rapid test. For all the other areas regardless of capacity people must demonstrate a COVID-19 vaccine certificate or a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery and kids 6-11 years old must demonstrate a 7-day PCR/rapid test. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 7-day negative PCR/antigen test.; 08/03/2022 In areas with a capacity of 150 people or more people are required to demonstrate (a) Certificate of vaccination or recovery; a negative PCR with sampling within 72 hours or a antigen certificate with sampling within 48 hours; or (b) negative PCR certificate with sampling within 48 hours or a certificate of rapid antigen detection with 24 hours sampling performed; and (c) for persons aged 6 to 17 years; negative PCR or rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19 with sampling within 72 hours. Children under 6 years of age; are exempted from all the above.; 15/05/2022 The operation of theaters and cinemas is allowed with full capacity. In casinos and entertainment night venues is allowed full capacity for spaces up to 500 sq.m. and maximum 85% capacity for spaces over 500 sq.m.

19.05.2022

From 30/10/2021 until 28/11/2021 in public transport; for employees as well as for passengers aged 12 and over; is required either a 72-hour-old negative laboratory or rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19; or a certificate of completion of vaccine regimen for COVID-19 disease; or a no more than six months old certificate of recovery from the COVID-19 disease. The use of a face mask is mandatory for employees and passengers on all means of transport.; 29/11/2021: The use of a face mask is mandatory for employees and passengers on all means of transport; 08/03/2022 Obligation for a vaccination certificate; or a certificate of recovery; or PCR certificate with sampling within 72 hours or antigen certificate within 48 hours; for persons aged 6 to 17 years; a negative PCR or rapid antigen detection test; with sampling performed within 72 hours; is needed. Exemption for children under 6.; 15/05/2022 The use of a face mask is mandatory for employees and passengers on all means of transport.

06.05.2022

The use of face mask is mandatory in closed and open public spaces.; 08/07/2021 The use of a face mask is mandatory for all persons from twelve years old; indoors where there is more than one person and outdoors where there are two or more persons.; 06/12/2021 The use of a face mask is mandatory for all persons from 6 years old; indoors where there is more than one person and outdoors where there are two or more persons.

06.05.2022

10/01/2022 Person using hotels and / or tourist accommodation must present a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 24-hour negative PCR test. Kids 6-11 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 7 days. Persons who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical problem must have a 7-day negative PCR/antigen test. Persons that have been vaccinated only with the first dose; must have a 72-hour negative PCR/antigen test. Persons who have completed their vaccination and have passed a period of 7 months; without having received a booster dose; must present a 72-hour negative PCR test or a 48-hour rapid antigen test.; 08/03/2022 Person using hotels and / or tourist accommodation must present a) a COVID-19 vaccine certificate; b) a valid certificate of COVID-19 recovery; or c) a 48-hour negative rapid test/ 72-hour negative PCR test. Kids 6-17 years old must have a negative PCR/antigen test no more than 72 hours.

06.05.2022

Since 29 May 2021; it is allowed the presence (gathering) of maximum 20 individuals into a house (including children and the household members themselves). Weddings; funerals etc are allowed keeping physical distance and demonstrating vaccination proof or recovery certificate either a negative test no more than 72 hours before the demonstration.; 06/01/2022 It is allowed the presence (gathering) of maximum 10 individuals into a house (not including minor children up to 12 years old).; 21/02/2022 It is allowed the presence (gathering) of maximum 20 individuals into a house (not including minor children up to 12 years old); but no more than 30 people.; 08/03/2022 It is allowed the presence (gathering) of maximum 30 individuals into a house.

01.03.2022

Visits to hospitals are allowed in case that the visitors have permission from the director of the hospital and also demonstrate a 48-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID-19.; 01/07/2021 Visits to hospitals require a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for Covid or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 30/10/2021 Visits to hospitals require either a 72-hour-old negative laboratory or rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19; or a certificate of completion of vaccine regimen for COVID-19 disease; or a no more than six months old certificate of recovery from the COVID-19 disease.

18.01.2022

Visits to the elderly population in Long Term Care Facilities is allowed if the visitors demonstrate 'coronapass'. A Coronapass entails either having a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for Covid or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; 30/10/2021 Visits to the elderly population in Long Term Care Facilities require either a 72-hour-old negative laboratory or rapid antigen detection test for COVID-19; or a certificate of completion of vaccine regimen for COVID-19 disease; or a no more than six months old certificate of recovery from the COVID-19 disease.

22.12.2021

Prison visits cancelled.

17.08.2021

Demonstration of Coronapass is required. A Coronapass entails either having a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.; From 20/07/2021 hotels and tourist accommodation are allowed to operate.

16.06.2021

In line with the current lockdown. Prohibition of all private and public gatherings. Weddings; funerals etc are allowed with a max number of 10 individuals.

16.06.2021

Since 10 May 2021; it is allowed the presence (gathering) of maximum 10 individuals into a house (including children and the household members themselves).

16.06.2021

Since 26 April 2021; it is allowed the presence (gathering) of maximum 10 individuals into a house (including children and the household members themselves) only for the day of Easter. Weddings; funerals etc are allowed with a max number of 10 individuals.

18.05.2021

Restaurants; cafes; bars etc operate only for delivery and take away

18.05.2021

Demonstration of Coronapass is required. A Coronapass entails either having a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.

18.05.2021

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18.05.2021

Unitl furter notice no hospital visits.

18.05.2021

Since 10 of May nonessential shops including shopping centers are open. People have to keep physical distance (1 person per 10m2). In shops bigger than 500m2 people have to demonstrate either a 72-hour-old negative PCR/rapid test for COVID or having received at least one dose of a vaccine three weeks earlier or having contracted the virus in the past six months.

04.05.2021

Restaurants and cafes could operate serving clients in outdoor places. The maximum number of people per table is 8.

04.05.2021

It is allowed the operation of theatres; spectacle halls and cinemas for no more than 50 people.

04.05.2021

Since 8 February 2021; only the presence of maximum 4 individuals is allowed into a house except the household members itself.

04.05.2021

The maximum number of people that allowed is 50.

20.04.2021

The closure concerns only indoor shoping centres.

20.04.2021

Gyms and sport centers have now been required to close until further notice.

29.03.2021

Restaurants; cafes; bars etc operate only for delivery and take away

29.03.2021

Gyms and sport centers have now been required to close until further notice.

15.03.2021

Restaurants; cafes; bars etc operate until 19:00

02.03.2021

10 people limit allowed to gather privately; in both public and private places. Since 8 of January private gatherings to 2 people.

11.02.2021

Since 11/12/2020 the operation of theaters; spectacle halls and cinemas has been suspended.

15.01.2021

No event allowed to operate; sporting events allowed only with no spectators.

18.12.2020

Gathering of more than 250 (outdoors).

18.12.2020

Temporary cancelation of cultural events (e.g. concerts) with standing people.

18.12.2020

Entertainment venues have now been required to close until further notice.

07.12.2020

Non-essential shops have now been required to close until further notice.

07.12.2020

Restaurants and cafes have now been required to close until further notice.

07.12.2020

Restaurant operational hours restricted to 22:30.

07.12.2020

Restaurants; cafes; bars etc operate until 22:30

23.11.2020

For the general population; the use of a disposable mask is recommended in closed areas such as: supermarkets; shopping malls; department stores; pharmacies; banks; various departments/services of the public and wider public sector. With regard to staff; the use of disposable masks is compulsory for those working in public transportation; employees of the public and private sectors who serve the public; and people working in the retail trade sector that interact with customers; target group Staff who are in contact with costumers changed to Employees and shop owners.

06.11.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 05 November 2020 to 01 June 2020

Retail businesses of beverages and foodstuffs (supermarkets, minimarkets, butcheries, etc) and pharmacies, shall only serve persons who are over 65 years old and persons with disabilities, from opening time until 9am and from 1pm until 2pm. The Mall of Cyprus and Nicosia Mall welcomed on Tuesday their first customers since mid-March after Cyprus further eased measures put in place to curb the spread of the pandemic. They announced that hotels will reopen on June 1. – Museums, archaeological, and historical sites will reopen (from June 1). – Betting shops (from June 1) – Libraries (from June 1) – Hairdressing salons, barber shops and beauty centres will resume operation (from May 21) – Catering business will resume operation only outdoors and in strict adherence to the protocols of the Ministries of Labour and Health (from May 21). The epidemiological situation permitting, May 21 will see the lifting of all restrictions on movement of citizens. Catering establishments will be allowed to open outdoors and hairdressers salons, barbers and beauticians will resume operation. From4 May under the terms and conditions included in the relevant instructions and protocol of the Minister of Health: restrictions in the manufacturing sector and in all related business activities which support this sector are lifted. All businesses in retail trade, except commercial centres and big department stores, can start operating. Flee markets, street vendors and bazaars can open for business. Tourist offices and tourist agents can start working again. From June 9 to July 13 malls/department stores, catering indoors and outdoors will be reopen. All, excluded kiosks and catering (catering only on April 19), must close on April 19 and 20 (Easter Sunday and Monday) including electronic and telephone sales. The lockdown in Cyprus is to be extended until the end of April. The following retailers will remain closed every Sunday: All food and beverage retailers (e.g. supermarkets, grocery stores, butchers, fish markets, bakeries, confectioneries, fruit shops, liquor stores). It is understood that kiosks are excluded from the ban, provided that they do not market retail products. Car dealerships will shut from 6 am on March 25 until 6 am on April 13 under a new decree issued by Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou late on Tuesday adding these businesses to those required to close. However, in another change an exception has been made, so that retail businesses that sell medical equipment and supplies and those that sell car spare parts are excluded from yesterday?s decree. .The operation of all retail businesses is suspended except for the following: Businesses and workshops of disabled and orthopaedic merchandise, Businesses and workshops of medical and industrial gases and machinery, Opticians and their workshops, Businesses selling hearing aids, Car and motorbike workshops, Businesses selling tyres, Businesses selling and repairing bicycles, Dry cleaners, Courier services, Businesses selling pet food or vet medicine, Businesses selling pesticides, fertilisers and other agricultural equipment, Businesses selling cars and motor vehicles, Funeral offices, Flower shops and plant nurseries Any form of open markets, bazaars and street vendors

Events stop: Banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 05 November 2020 to 15 January 2021

-The regulation for the operation of indoor and open-air cinemas, theatres and performance halls at 50% capacity, continues to be in force. -The holding of conferences, assemblies and/or events in indoor conference venues, is allowed with a maximum number of participants set at 250 persons, in accordance with the protocol and the measure for social distancing at 3 sq.m. per person, regardless of the square metres of each facility. Intermissions or coffee/snack/cocktail breaks within the framework of the event are not allowed. -As regards the holding of weddings and christenings, from 13 November 2020 until 15 January 2021, cocktail parties and well-wishing ceremonies are not allowed. Physical presence is only allowed at lunch or dinner, with a maximum number of attendees set at 150 persons. It is understood that the maximum number of persons per table cannot exceed 6 persons. -The maximum number of persons allowed to gather in houses and public places, with the exception of catering establishments, is set at 10 per house/group, inclusive of under-aged children. -Operation of catering establishments and enterprises is permitted until 10:30 p.m. Catering services are considered the following: restaurants, catering services in hotels and tourist accommodations, catering services in malls and department stores, taverns, cafeterias, pizzerias, pubs, snack-bars and bars, coffee shops, canteens and/or refectories of sports clubs, cultural clubs, associations, societies, etc. It is clarified that the above establishments may provide delivery services after 10:30 p.m. Catering services at the Airports of Larnaka and Pafos are excluded from the prohibition. -The maximum number of persons allowed in catering establishments is set to 75 persons in indoor areas and to 150 persons in outdoor areas. -The maximum number of persons per reservation/table/group in catering establishments is not to exceed 6 persons. -Church services and other form of religious worship in churches, mosques and other religious places, as well as religious ceremonies shall be performed in the presence of maximum 75 persons and according to the relevant protocols in force for the places of religious worship. -The holding of matches in sports establishments in the context of sports championships is permitted, without spectators, subject to the relevant protocols. -The operation of children’s playgrounds is permitted, with a maximum number of 50 persons in indoor playgrounds and 150 persons in outdoor playgrounds, subject to the social distancing measures in force based on the square metres of each establishment. It is understood that organizing events at playgrounds (e.g. children’s birthday parties) with more than 10 persons – including adults and children - per event is forbidden. -The use of changing rooms in gyms is forbidden. 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. Extraordinary measures in Limassol and Nicosia due to increase of COVID-19 cases. The measures will last for 10 days, meaning until 23 October. The Health Ministry decided to implement additional measures in the Nicosia and Limassol Districts due to increase of the COVID-19 cases in these areas. -Individuals are permitted to attend gatherings in houses and public meeting areas, with the exception of catering places, not exceeding a maximum number of 10 persons per house/group, including underage children. -Mass attendance and other forms of religious worship in churches, mosques and other religious places, as well as religious ceremonies, shall be performed with a maximum number of 75 persons, subject to the protocols in force for places of religious worship. -The holding of matches in the sports venues of Nicosia and Limassol Districts in the context of athletic championships, is allowed without the presence of spectators, provided that the relevant protocols are observed. -The maximum number of persons allowed to be served in catering establishments in Nicosia and Limassol Districts is set at 75 for indoor spaces and 150 for outdoor spaces. -The functioning of cinemas, theatres and performance halls is allowed with a maximum number of 75 persons in indoor spaces and 150 persons in outdoor spaces, subject to the guidelines and protocols in each case. -Cocktail parties and well-wishing at weddings and christenings is prohibited. Physical presence is only allowed at lunch or dinner, with a maximum number of 350 attending persons. Extended duration of contingency measures in force in the District of Larnaca In the follow up to the additional contingency measures that came into effect for Larnaca District as of 23 September 2020, the Ministry of Health announces that by a Minister of Health Decree today, the validity of the measures is renewed until midnight, October 14: - Individuals are permitted to attend gatherings in houses and public meeting areas, with the exception of catering places, not exceeding a maximum number of 10 persons per house/group, including under age children. - Mass attendance and other forms of religious worship in churches, mosques and other religious places, as well as religious ceremonies, shall be performed with a maximum number of 75 persons, subject to the protocols in force for places of religious worship. - The holding of matches in the sports venues of Larnaca District in the context of athletic championships, is allowed without the presence of spectators, provided that the relevant protocols are observed. - The maximum number of persons allowed to be served in catering establishments in Larnaca District is set at 75 for indoor spaces and 150 for outdoor spaces. The social distancing measure of 3 sq.m. for indoor spaces and 2 sq.m. for outdoor spaces per person continues in force in each case, regardless of the area of each establishment. For example, if a catering establishment in the Larnaca District has an outdoor area of 400 sq.m. and on the basis of maintaining a 2 sq.m. distance per person it could serve up to 200 persons, the number of customers may not exceed 150 persons. If an establishment has a 300 sq.m. indoor area and on the basis of maintaining a 3 sq.m. distance per person it could serve up to 100 persons, the number of persons may not exceed 75. Provided that in each case not more than 10 persons may occupy a single table. - The functioning of cinemas, theatres and performance halls is allowed with a maximum number of 75 persons in indoor spaces and 150 persons in outdoor spaces, subject to the guidelines and protocols in each case. - Cocktail parties and well-wishing at weddings and christenings is prohibited. Physical presence is only allowed at lunch or dinner, with a maximum number of 350 attending persons. Additional measures in a bid to control the alarming spread of covid-19 in Larnaca came in effect early on Thursday for a period of two weeks: Under the new measures, gatherings in people’s homes in Larnaca would be limited to ten people including children. The figure is 50 elsewhere. Churches, mosques and other religious sites must limit gatherings to 75 in accordance with other protocols in place such as wearing masks. Sporting events must take place without spectators, while the maximum number of people allowed to be served in restaurants is set at 75 indoors and 150 outdoors. In addition, social distancing of 3 sq.m indoors and 2 sq.m. outdoors per person regardless of the size of the venue is a must. The operation of cinemas and theatres is allowed with a maximum number of 75 indoors and 150 persons outdoors, observing in each case the guidelines and protocols. Cocktail parties and ‘congratulations’ at weddings and baptisms are prohibited. Only a physical presence at lunch or dinner is allowed, with a maximum of 350 people in attendance. Moreover, random laboratory testing of 3,000 people in the Larnaca district began early on Thursday. Maximum number of persons at cultural and political events should be 350 under the compulsory obligation of being seated Home weddings and christenings with over 50 guests only with prior approval by Health Ministry Measures to contain the spread of covid-19 in Limassol are the following: The maximum number of people in gatherings in homes and public places, excluding catering establishments, will increase from 10 people to 50 people. The measure will be re-evaluated according to the island’s epidemiological state of play next week. Measures to limit the maximum number of people in catering establishments to 75 people indoors and 150 people outdoors, regardless of square footage, remain in effect. In churches, the presence of people is to be determined on the basis of square footage available depending on the protocol which regardless of this will not exceed 75 people. It was further decided that all other measures applied on an island-wide basis, like the mandatory use of masks indoors, remain in effect. The maximum number of persons allowed to attend social gatherings at home and/or in public places (physical presence in the same premises/installation regardless of indoor and outdoor areas), increases from 150 to 250 persons for outdoor spaces and from 75 to 100 persons in indoor spaces. The maximum number of persons allowed to be served in catering establishments increases to 250 in outdoor spaces. As regards indoor spaces, the maximum number remains unchanged at 100 persons. In each case the social distancing measure of 3 sq. m. for indoor spaces and 2 sq. m. for outdoor spaces per person remains in force, regardless of the area of each establishment. Concerts, cultural and music festivals attract large crowds of people and authorities are considering whether to allow them after July 14 From July 14 theaters and indoor cinemas, festivals and concerts, casinos, children’s play areas indoors and outdoors. Movement over Easter: All events, gatherings organized as part of Easter traditions are prohibited as are any events or gatherings in the surrounding areas of places of worship. The lockdown in Cyprus is to be extended until the end of April. Closure of parks, children?s play areas, open sport facilities, squares, dams, excursion sites, marinas and beaches

04.11.2020

All indoor Mass gatherings of 100 people and above.

29.06.2020

Gatherings outdoor of 150 or more people are banned.

29.06.2020

All demonstrations; parades; concerts; don’t specify the number of atendants.

15.06.2020

Cafes; restaurants; bars and all catering companies with the exception of those that offer home delivery services.

15.06.2020

Exceptions: Food retailing (e.g. supermarkets must ensure there are no more than one person per 8 m2);Pharmacies; Private health services (clinical laboratories); Open air markets; Bakeries and confectioneries (no table seats); Gas stations; and Convenience stores. Easing of Measure: all shops except malls and big comercial centres

15.06.2020

Covers cafes; restaurants; bars and all catering companies with the exception of those that offer home delivery services.

15.06.2020

Exceptions: Food retailing (e.g. supermarkets must ensure there are no more than one person per 8 m2);Pharmacies; Private health services (clinical laboratories); Open air markets; Bakeries and confectioneries (no table seats); Gas stations; and Convenience stores. Easing of Measure: all shops except malls and big comercial centres.

18.05.2020

All indoor Mass gatherings of 75 people and above

03.04.2020

Gatherings of people at any residence are prohibited; other than of permanent residents.

22.03.2020

Night clubs; Cinemas and theatres; Libraries; Museums; archaeological and historical sites; Gambling agencies; casinos

22.03.2020

Night clubs; Cinemas and theatres; Libraries; Museums; archaeological and historical sites; Gambling agencies; casinos.

22.03.2020

After a HCW was infected 48 hours no admissions in the hospital and no visitors.