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EU agrees to ease travel restrictions on non-EU tourists

According to Reuters, European Union countries agreed on Wednesday to ease COVID-19 travel restrictions on non-EU visitors ahead of the summer tourist season, two EU sources said. Ambassadors from the 27 EU countries approved a European Commission proposal from May 3 to loosen the criteria to determine “safe” countries and[…]

Coronavirus: SafePass partially cancelled, curfew extended

A SafePass will no longer be required for outdoor activities, Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou announced on Friday as part of further relaxations of measures. Further relaxations were announced on Friday after the cabinet’s meeting. The relaxations will be in force as of Monday, May 17. The minister, citing the improved[…]

No Covid lockdown as of Monday but Cyprus introduces a Coronapass

A so-called Coronapass for people to be allowed into hospitality venues, churches, gyms, shops and other places will be introduced in Cyprus as of Monday when the total lockdown ends. This is what Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou said in a written statement late on Wednesday after a Cabinet meeting. The[…]

[Updated 01/6] Instructions: Travel Safely to Cyprus

*Update 01/06/2021 As of 1st April 2021, the following apply From: https://www.hermesairports.com/covid-19/travelling-to-cyprus It is noted that the below categorization of countries shall take effect on 03 June 2021, while especially for Kuwait and Canada the categorization will be valid from 01/06/21. Category Green: No restrictions will apply for passengers arriving from these countries. COUNTRIES: Malta, Iceland,Australia, New[…]

Coronavirus: Arrivals from main tourist markets upgraded to red category

The health ministry on Monday upgraded Russia, the UK and Israel, the three biggest markets for Cyprus in terms of tourism, from grey to red category, meaning passengers arriving from those countries do not have to self-isolate upon arrival. They will, however, have to present two negative PCR tests, one[…]

Airports preparing for passenger influx

Larnaca and Paphos airports are getting ready to welcome an increased number of flights and thousands more passengers from mid-May, according to Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos. Speaking to the Cyprus News Agency on Wednesday, Karousos said he held several meeting with airport officials in the past few weeks to check[…]

CYPRUS: Resumption of flights and reopening of airports

Resumption of flights and reopening of airports with additional security measures decided by the Council of MinistersThe Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works announces that the Council of Ministers has today made the following changes regarding the Action Plan for the gradual resumption of flights and the reopening of airports,[…]

Summer looking up for Cyprus holidays

The summer season is looking good for Cyprus, as tour giant TUI said advance holiday bookings for the island and Greece are expected to take-off, as German tourist regain their confidence to travel. TUI, the Anglo-German tour operator, said that Greece and Cyprus are among the most important tourist destinations[…]