Cyprus reopens borders for EU/Schengen nationals in two stages

Cyprus will allow nationals of various countries to enter its territory from 9 June, the official portal of Cyprus tourism announces. Countries are divided into two categories, A and B, based on the internationally available epidemiological data.

The nationals of 13 countries are included in the A category and they will be eligible to enter Cyprus from 9 June. This category covers travellers from Greece, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovenia and 6 others, including Israel.

Countries included in the B category, the nationals of which will be eligible to enter from 20 June, when the second stage starts, are Switzerland, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Croatia and Estonia.

An entry ban on the citizens of the UK, France, Spain, Italy, as well the US, will remain in place, until further notice. At the same time, the Ryanair airlines have announced that flights between the UK, Italy, France, Cyprus and other destinations will be resumed from 1 July.

If persons test positive for Coronavirus after visiting, the Cypriot government will reimburse the travel costs.

 

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