Geimpfte Reisende müssen in Island nicht mehr in Quarantäne …
In Island zeigt man gerade vor, was wir von vielen Staaten baldigst sehen werden. Seit einem halben Jahr will man zwei Tests und eine 5-tägige Quarantäne zwischen den Tests für eine Einreise. Wer aber einen Nachweis einer Infektion oder eine Impfung gegen Covid-19 vorweisen kann, ist von der Quarantäne befreit.
“All arriving passengers who have stayed in a risk area for more than 24 hours are obligated to undergo two tests for the detection of COVID-19 after arrival in Iceland with a quarantine between tests. Children born 2005 or later who travel with parents/guardians go into quarantine with them. The first test is at the border and the second one 5 days later. Children born 2005 or later who travel alone are obligated to undergo a test after 5 days in quarantine upon arrival. The quarantine is lifted when a negative result (virus not detected) is obtained from the second testing.
Connecting passengers who do not go beyond the respective border-crossing point neither have to quarantine nor undergo testing. Connecting passengers who go beyond the border-crossing but stay in Iceland for less than 48 hours are allowed to quarantine instead of undergoing a test according to this provision.
Those who have confirmed with PCR-testing or antibody testing from an EU/EFTA state that they have previously had a COVID-19 infection are exempt from quarantine. All those who present a valid international vaccination certificate for full vaccination with an approved vaccine against COVID-19 are exempt.”
Zur Page: Travel to and within Iceland
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