Iceland, one of the first countries to abolish sanitary control over vaccinated travelers, announced that it is reintroducing the requirement to provide the results of a negative PCR or antigen test made 72 hours before arrival in the country.
This regulation, due to the growth of coronavirus infections in the country and abroad, comes into force on July 26.
Restrictions on entry to Iceland were lifted at the end of June due to the high level of vaccination of the population.
Unvaccinated travelers are still required to submit the results of a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before entering the country. In addition, they must pass a PCR test twice - one on arrival, the second - after five days of being in quarantine.