COVID-19 has hit and hurt most countries around the world. However, there are a handful of territories where it does not seem to have had a great epidemiology impact yet. That is the case of Cyprus. With an estimate of 1,189,265 inhabitants, the island has reported 1,654 positive cases and 22 deaths as of today.
With only 7 deaths over the last 4 months, the government certainly has the pandemic under control. Because of this, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued travel advice asking Cypriot citizens to exercise caution when traveling to countries belonging to categories Α and Β (See the list below) since most of the country’s positive cases have been imported.
CyprusFlightPass why do I need it?
In order to be granted access to the country, all travelers are requested to apply for the new CyprusFlightPass. Apply here.
Is Cyprus open to tourists?
Yes, but only from certain countries. Starting September 24 Cyprus will sort out visitors into three categories (A,B,C) depending on their country of origin.
Visitors from this group are allowed entry with little to no restrictions
If you come from any of these territories you can visit Cyprus but you will have to bring a negative COVID-19 test result or take one in Cyprus and quarantine until results are available