Coronavirus: Cyprus reopens to Italy, with test

Starting Saturday, entry permitted to French and Spanish as well

19 June, 20:40

    NICOSIA - Cyprus has further loosened entry restrictions into its territory, and starting on Saturday it will once again allow the arrival of travellers from Italy, France, Spain, and Lebanon, thus far considered countries with a higher risk for coronavirus contagion. Travellers arriving from these countries will have to present a certificate showing they tested negative for coronavirus within 72 hours prior to travelling, otherwise they will be required to be tested upon their arrival on the island. The country is now open to flights from 30 countries. Its airports reopened on June 9 for commercial flights from 19 countries.

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