Travel restrictions do not apply to other EEA/EFTA-citizens and citizens of Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican.
Third-country citizens are still not authorized to travel to Iceland unless exemptions apply. Note: As of January 1st 2021, UK nationals have the status of third-country nationals.
Only Greenland is considered safe areas but all other countries are risk areas.
People travelling from Greenland can travel without restrictions.
In emergencies, Icelanders abroad can call the Consular Services 24/7.
Principal information on the rights of travellers as regards to COVID-19 can be found on the website of Ferðamálastofa.
It is recommended that individuals who are travelling familiarise themselves with the travel advice of the authorities as regards to COVID-19.