Conditions for vaccinated passengers arriving into Cyprus
The Cyprus Ministry of Health clarifies the following that apply from 10th May 2021 for vaccinated passengers arriving in the Republic of Cyprus through the entrance gates:
Persons regardless of nationality, holding a valid vaccination certificate for COVID-19 disease and arriving in Cyprus from abroad, regardless of the country of departure, will be exempted for entry purposes from the obligation to perform laboratory tests, as well as the obligation to , provided that the following conditions are met:
1) Hold a valid vaccination certificate from the following countries:
(i) the Member States of the European Union (including Cyprus);
(ii) the countries of the European Economic Area (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway);
(v) the United Kingdom,
(vii) the United Arab Emirates,
(viii) Saudi Arabia,
(xvii) the United States of America,
2) They have been vaccinated either with one of the approved vaccines of the European Medicines Agency (Pfizer / BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Janssen), or with the Sputnik V vaccine and have completed the vaccination regimen. It is noted that in the case of two-dose vaccines the person should have been vaccinated with both doses, while in the case of the Janssen vaccine (single-dose vaccine) 14 days should have elapsed between the dose of the vaccine and the date of travel.
It is emphasized that all passengers, regardless of the country category, including those holding a valid vaccination certificate, must apply to CyprusFlightPass within 24 hours before the departure of their flight. In addition, for the purposes of ensuring public health and surveillance of the epidemiological picture, the Ministry of Health may carry out sample laboratory COVID-19 molecular testing on passengers (including those holding a vaccination certificate) of selected pilots.