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Cyprus to lift Covid-19 travel restrictions for vaccinated travellers

The new relaxed regulations will come into effect on 18 April 

Authorities in Cyprus have announced that all travel restrictions put in place to stop the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic are set to be lifted for vaccinated travellers.

The country will lift Covid-19 regulations for travel to the island from 18 April 2022, ending two years of rules imposed as a result of the pandemic.

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The island has scrapped its colour-coded assessment of other countries based on epidemiological risk, inbound flight permission to travel and PCR or rapid lateral flow tests for those who were fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

Unvaccinated travellers and those who haven’t had the booster shots by the required time will still need a negative PCR test or a lateral flow test result to enter.

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