- Extension of quarantine measures for travelers entering Iceland
The government of Iceland announced that current quarantine measures would remain unchanged until January 15, 2022. Under current quarantine measures, travelers must quarantine if arriving from abroad and who cannot present a vaccination certificate or certificate indicating the previous infection with COVID-19. The current quarantine period is 14 days. However, the period can be shortened to five days if a negative COVID-19 test is produced on the fifth day of the quarantine period. For information regarding home quarantine qualifications, private facility quarantine locations, and hotel quarantine locations, click here.
What are the Changes?
Iceland has extended current quarantine measures until January 15, 2022.
Continue to check Iceland’s government website for additional updates and information.
Source: Government of Iceland