En De
Total doses
given
1.8M
People fully
vaccinated
645.7K
% Fully
vaccinated
72.07%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Quarantine:

Covid-19 Quarantine
Not required
29.08.2022

23/03/20: update on a recommendation for self-isolation (see the source above).; 19/06/2020: Covid cases must isolate themselves for 14 days.; 03/03/2022: Covid cases must be quarantined for 10 days after the first positive test.; 28/03/2022: Covid cases can stop their quarantine earlier than the day 10th only in case their covid test is negative.; 07/04/2022: Isolation for covid cases will be 7 days after the first positive covid test.;

16.08.2022

CovTracer-EN is the official application of the Government of Cyprus which was created for the detection of contacts.

19.05.2022

Since 10 of May; passengers holding a valid vaccination certificate will be able to travel to the Republic of Cyprus without being subject to isolation or test requirement. At the moment only vaccinated people with vaccines approved by EMA; Sputnic V or the Sinopharm (BBIBP COVID-19) vaccine are excluded from the obligation of test and isolation.; 21/05/2021; persons traveling from GREY countries are required to remain in a status of obligatory self-isolation/quarantine for fourteen (14) days or in a status of obligatory self-isolation/quarantine for seven (7) days; provided they undergo another PCR test for Covid-19 on the 7th day; at their own expense.; 20/07/2021 Persons traveling from GREY countries that don't have a complete vaccination certificate or a recovery certificate are required to remain in a status of obligatory self-isolation/quarantine for fourteen (14) days or in a status of obligatory self-isolation/quarantine for seven (7) days; provided they undergo another PCR test for Covid-19 on the 7th day; at their own expense.; 06/12/2021 Due to Omicron variant; passengers from Botswana; South Africa; Namibia; Lesotho; Eswatini; Zimbabwe; Mozambique and Malawi should remain in mandatory self-isolation for a period of 10 days from their arrival. They must provide a negative laboratory test on the 10th day to terminate their mandatory isolation.; 22/12/2021 Persons traveling from GREY countries that don't have a complete vaccination certificate or a recovery certificate are required to remain in a status of obligatory self-isolation/quarantine for fourteen (14) days or in a status of obligatory self-isolation/quarantine for seven (7) days; provided they undergo another PCR test for Covid-19 on the 7th day; at their own expense.; 24/01/2022 Persons traveling from GREY countries that don't have a complete vaccination certificate or a recovery certificate are required to remain in a status of obligatory self-isolation/quarantine for ten (10) days or in a status of obligatory self-isolation/quarantine for seven (7) days; provided they undergo another PCR test for Covid-19 on the 7th day; at their own expense.; 21/02/2022 Travellers who refuse to undergo a PCR testing are obliged to quarantine for 10 days.

17.05.2022

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to category.

All passengers, regardless of their age and country of departure, can enter Cyprus without being subject to testing or quarantine if they provide one of the following documents:

Proof of full vaccination, Proof of recovery from COVID-19 (Validity: between 7 and 180 days after testing positive), Negative result to a pre-departure test (Accepted tests: molecular (PCR) tests, valid 72 hours, and rapid antigen tests, valid 24 hours).

Travellers who do not hold any of these documents will be subject to a fine. Note: all travellers might be subject to random testing upon arrival, free of charge. Self-isolation is not required until test results become available (they are sent via text message by Cyprus' authorities). Travellers who test positive to COVID-19 must quarantine for 7 days. Quarantine can be shortened to 5 days after a negative test result, performed at own cost.

Children younger than 12 are exempt from testing requirements.

06.05.2022

25/06/20 Close contacts of suspected cases of COVID-19 (e.g. family members or healthcare professionals) or of confirmed cases should closely monitor their health for 14 days from the last day of contact with the patient. All updates of the measure can be found in the source above.; 01/02/2022 Students that are contacts of COVID-19 confirmed cases can attend school if they take a rapid antigen test every day for 7 days after the contact. Students who have vaccination/recovery certificate can attend school if they take a rapid antigen test on the 3rd and 5th day.; 11/2/2021: National guards who are contacts of COVID-19 confirmed cases continue working if they take a rapid antigen test every day for 7 days after the last day of the contact. In case that they are fully vaccinated or recovered they should take a test day 3 and day 5 after the last day of the contact.; 21/03/2022 Children aged 3 and over who attend pre-primary; kindergarten and special schools that are contacts of COVID-19 confirmed cases can attend school if they take a rapid antigen test every day for 7 days after the contact. Children who have vaccination/recovery certificate can attend school if they take a rapid antigen test on the 3rd and 5th day.; 22/04/2022 Children aged 3 and over who attend pre-primary; kindergarten and special schools and primary and secondary students that are contacts of COVID-19 confirmed cases can attend school if they take a rapid antigen test every day for 5 days after the contact. Children who have vaccination/recovery certificate can attend school if they take a rapid antigen test on the 3rd and 5th day.

23.11.2021

23/03/20 update on recommendation for self-isolation (see the source above).

22.11.2021

After returning from China; and especially from the city Wuhan; the MoH advises citizens to monitor their health for the next 14 days.

17.11.2021

CovTracer-EN is the official application of the Government of Cyprus which was created for the detection of contacts.

26.05.2021

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to category.

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. 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.

18.05.2021

Travelers from category C countries (according Cyprus authorities classification) should remain in quarantine for 14 days. In addition; if they want they can perform a PCR test on day 10 of the period of their quarantine at their own expenses. If the result of test is negative they can stop their quarantine earlier that 14 days. Since 8 February travelers from category A and B countries (according Cyprus authorities classification) should remain in quarantine for 3 days after their arrival and they have to perform a PCR test after 72 hours from their arrival. After a negative result of PCR test; they are relesed from their quarantine. As of 1 March 2021; Cyprus implements the commonly agreed EU 'traffic lights' approach to travel restrictions. Travellers from 'orange' and 'red' countries shall remain in quarantine until they receive the PCR test result which is undertaken upon their arrival in Cyprus. People from 'red' countries shall remain in quarantine for 72 hours and after the end of the 72 hours they must undergo another PCR test; at their own expense. If the last test is negative; quarantine expires. Passengers; holding a valid vaccination certificate will be able to travel to the Republic of Cyprus without being subject to isolation or test requirement. Since 3 of May 2021 vaccinated people with vaccines approved by EMA and Sputnic V are excluded from the obligation of test and isolation.

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