No entry rules in Cyprus

Discover the latest entry rules for Cyprus. COVID-19-vaccinated Cypriots can now travel without further testing. Find out which immunization and recovery certifications are accepted and which ones are not. Learn about the specific requirements for leaving Cyprus and the quarantine rules for visitors. Stay informed and plan your trip accordingly.

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COVID-19-vaccinated Cypriots can travel. No one who recently recovered from COVID-19 or obtained all essential immunization doses will be tested further in Cyprus.

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EU/Schengen Area citizens and third-party organizations can now enter Cyprus with vaccination or recovery proof.

Cyprus only accepts third-party immunization and recovery certifications.


Cyprus accepts recent immunization records. Travel-approved immunizations only.

Cyprus doesn't accept Sputnik V, Sinopharm, or Sinovac.

A permission application must be infected within 180 days.


Government will color-code those who aren't immunized or recovered.

You require a fast antigen test or polymerase chain reaction to leave Cyprus without MMR (PCR).

Red Country has stricter rules. Visitors from "Red List" nations must retest in Cyprus.


Gray travelers face a 10-day quarantine. PCR tests terminate self-isolation after seven days.

Cypriot non-EU status

This list includes Greece, Germany, Vatican City State, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Latvia, Italy, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Malta, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Monaco, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden.

The group includes almost a dozen countries. UAE (Bahrain), Bahrain, Canada, Chile, China, Egypt, and China (including Cairo and Giza).

This list includes non-first-two countries.

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