En De
Total doses
given
805.5K
People fully
vaccinated
290.2K
% Fully
vaccinated
78.36%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Vaccination:

Covid-19 Vaccination - Not required

28.03.2022

All COVID-19 measures at the Icelandic border have now ended. Thereby no COVID-19 prevention measures will be in place at the border, regardless of whether individuals are vaccinated or unvaccinated

02.03.2022

The Icelandic government has announced that all those who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will be allowed to travel to Iceland without being subject to border measures; such as testing and quarantine. 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.; 03/09/2021 Passengers who have recently been infected with COVID-19 and can therefore present a positive result from a PCR test which is older than 14 days and more recent than 180 days old; are exempted from the duty to present a negative PCR test or a rapid antigen test.; 25/02/2022 All public restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be lifted; both domestically and at the border.;

12.08.2021

25/01/2021 Iceland announced the introduction of COVID-19 Digital vaccine certificates. Those presenting such a certificate are exempt from official border restrictions and are therefore not obliged to undergo a screening; 26/03/2021 the exemption from border measures for vaccinated individuals is extended to non-Schengen countries. 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; 06/04/2021 The Minister of Justice of Iceland has decided that the previously announced decision to exempt from travel restrictions those who can provide proof of vaccination or prior infection will take effect on 6 April. The change in regulation will allow travellers from non-Schengen countries; who meet the criteria; to travel to Iceland for non-essential reasons. The Government intended for the regulation to come into force on 26 March but the decision to postpone is taken to allow scope for careful review of the procedures for evaluating and accepting documentation; 25/06/2021 Those submitting valid vaccination certificates and certificates of prior infections of COVID-19 and children born after 2005 will not need to submit negative PCR-certificates upon arrival to the country as of the 1st of July; 27/07/2021 All vaccinated persons and those that can present a certificate of a prior COVID-19 infection must present a negative PCR or antigen (rapid) test that is no more than 72 hours old before departure to Iceland.