You will be able to travel to Iceland once the country will open its borders. Starting 15 June, after six weeks of lock-down, the passengers flying to Iceland will either take a COVID-19 test or choose quarantine for 14 days. Passengers landing in Iceland through Keflavik International Airport will be offered the Corona virus tests, announced the Iceland Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir.
Official tracing app that is used by Iceland must also be downloaded by travelers.
If the passenger can provide a medical document with a negative corona virus result then they needn’t take the test upon arrival. 14 day quarantine is mandatory for all Passengers testing positive on arrival. On 20 March Iceland closed its borders on non-EU/EEA nationals and implemented temporary internal border controls too. The country tested nearly 15 per cent of its population with total 1,801 positive cases and only three of them in May. With a successful control over the pandemic,making Iceland safe to travel, the government of Iceland is now seeking to revive tourism with the summer season coming in.
However, foreign tourists who aren’t from the Schengen Zone are still not eligible to enter the country. There is still a restriction for Travel to Iceland from India. Watch this space for more updates on the same
The country’s large-scale testing has been quite effective and that they will only still expand on that. Iceland travel is safe for people who seek a change in scenery after a troublesome time.
More details regarding the Iceland and Corona Virus can be found here