The Minister of Health has decided to amend the disease prevention rules at the borders applicable as of the 1st of July to the 15th of August.
- On the 1st of July testing of those who submit valid vaccination certificates with vaccines approved by the European Medicines Evaluation Agency and/or by WHO will be stopped. A vaccination is considered valid when two weeks have passed from the time when the person in question received the latter injection of the vaccine. When a person has been vaccinated with the Janssen vaccine two weeks must pass from the vaccination as well.
- Testing of children born after 2005 will stop.
- Those submitting valid vaccination certificates and certificates of prior infections of COVID-19 and children born after 2005 will not need to submit negative PCR-certificates upon arrival to the country as of the 1st of July.
- Note: If a vaccination certificate is less than 14 days old, traveler can still board a plane and come to Iceland without a PCR test, given they fulfill other requirements for travel.