Iceland has lifted several travel restrictions for those who are vaccinated against coronavirus. Restrictions have been removed along the country's borders as well as within the country. The decision has been taken due to the increase in vaccination rates in Iceland.

It has been reported that visitors as well as citizens can venture outside without masks or practicing social distancing. There is no restriction on meetings now.

It should be noted that restrictions have been eased only for people who have been vaccinated against vaccines recognized by the European Medicines Agency. Also, it only applies to people who have been fully vaccinated; Those vaccinated with only one dose of vaccine have to follow restrictions and SOPs.

From 1 July, Iceland has also allowed travellers who can offer their vaccination certificate or provide proof of previous infection.

Iceland's Health Minister Svandis Svarsdottir also expressed that, "We are regaining the kind of society which we feel normal to live in and we have longed for."

It is reported that 87% of its citizens have been partially vaccinated against COVID-19 in Iceland; In addition, 60% of citizens in Iceland are also fully vaccinated.


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