Travelling to Cyprus
According to a decision by the Council of Ministers, as of 1st June 2022, all travelers arriving in the Republic of Cyprus, irrespective of their country of origin, will not be required to present a valid certificate of vaccination or recovery or a negative result from a PCR or antigen rapid test. However, in an effort to contain the spread of the virus and safeguard public health, the reintroduction of the measure for the mandatory use of a protective mask for people over 12 years of age, will be in effect as of 8th July 2022.
More information can be found on the updated Destination Protocol.
Travelling from Cyprus to the EU
Find all the information you need to know, when travelling from Cyprus to the EU by using the interactive tool Re-Open EU *. The online platform provides the necessary information you will need in order to plan your EU travel and holidays with ease. Simply select the destination and read all the information you need to know. (*We suggest you avoid using Internet Explorer when opening this site).
Passengers who intent to travel from Cyprus and may have any further inquiries about the entry regulations into other countries, are advised to contact directly their airline or the airport they will be travelling to for further advice.
CovTracer-EN is the official contact tracing application of the Cypriot Government aiming to contribute to the reduction of the spread of coronavirus. The app allows people who test positive to coronavirus to share this information with the public health authorities, who are then able to trace the places a carrier has visited and in turn, locate other citizens who have been near the diagnosed carrier, thus acting to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
More information about the app may be found in the following link.
- EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC) sample
- News & Announcements by Dep. Ministry of Tourism
- Latest Covid-19 updates