Rules and guidelines for all travellers entering Iceland

The Icelandic government has issued rules and guidelines for passengers arriving in Iceland. Passengers can choose to be tested for COVID-19 or to go into quarantine for two weeks.
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Lifting of travel restrictions to Iceland - Guidelines to tourism companies

The preparation for lifting travel restrictions in Iceland is well on it´s way. Íslandsstofa (Promote Iceland) will take care of providing the necessary information to foreign tourists and foreign tourism providers. The Icelandic Tourist Board will provide Icelandic tourism companies with the necessary information regarding the arrangement and answer queries as much as possible. Please keep in mind that the arrangement will be re-evaluated periodically and may change rapidly if necessary.
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Information for travellers arriving in Iceland from 15 June 2020

Passengers arriving in Iceland from 15 June can choose to be tested for COVID-19 or to go into quarantine for two weeks. This is in line with the Chief Epidemiologist's recommendations and the preparations are now underway for testing at the Icelandic boarder.
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Testing for international arrivals to start on June​ 15

The Government has today confirmed its plans of offering the option of a COVID-19 test from 15 June to all international arrivals as an alternative to the two-week quarantine requirement, in place since April. This is in line with the recommendations of the Chief Epidemiologist and the economic impact assessment from the Ministry of Finance. There are currently only two active cases of COVID-19 in Iceland.
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