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Iceland is open for a lifetime adventure in 2022

In these uncertain times, more than ever, you need to know that you can trust us to help you plan and book your perfect Iceland holiday. Even more so, you deserve to be able to enjoy your holiday knowing that your wellbeing is in good hands, and your booking is secure. For complete peace of mind, Iceland Holidays are giving you the flexibility to make changes to your holiday dates if it has to be cancelled due to COVID-19. We are here to reassure you that you can trust our team with your Iceland holiday plans, knowing that all bookings with us are ATOL protected


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The Icelandic Government & COVID-19

The Icelandic Government has announced that current border measures to limit the influx of COVID-19 infections will remain mostly unchanged until 1 February next year. These measures include a choice between a fourteen-day quarantine period or a double screening process.

However, as of 10 December, arriving passengers who have already recovered from a COVID-19 infection will exempt from border measures if they can provide proof of prior infection. Further information on what kind of documentation is needed will be available shortly on the Government information portal www.covid.is. 

"These measures are intended to limit the risk of infections getting into the country across the border. While we can never guarantee that all potential sources of future outbreaks can be stopped, it is prudent to aim to minimize this risk as much as possible. We are hopeful that the development of effective vaccines will allow us to review the border measures in the first weeks of the new year," says Katrín Jakobsdóttir, Prime Minister of Iceland.

Further decisions on border measures will be made no later than 15 January 2021.

The Government's decision is based on a memorandum from a working group on the recognition of certificates appointed by the Minister of Health, a working group on economic measures in response to COVID-19 appointed by the Minister of Finance; and the recommendation of the Chief Epidemiologist.

Earlier this week, the Ministry of Health announced that testing of travellers for COVID-19 at Iceland’s borders is to be free of charge.

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