All information, developments, and advice about Iceland and COVID-19 can be found at the designated COVID-19 website for Iceland, the Directorate of Health and the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management.
Travel restrictions information for Iceland
Updated June 16
As of 1 July, the measures at Iceland’s borders will be relaxed and the testing of those who present a certificate of vaccination or prior infection with COVID-19 will cease, and children will no longer need to be screened.
Until then, the rules listed below are in effect.
Rules still in effect
Passengers travelling to Iceland that do not have a certificate of vaccination or a certificate that they have had COVID-19 need to follow different rules when arriving depending on where they travel from.
In addition to that, the Chief Epidemiologist defines certain high-risk countries that are divided into two categories based on infection rate (List I and II). It is important to note if the area you are travelling from is on list I or II for high-risk areas.