Coronavirus in Cyprus - FAQ [fr]

FAQ - Coronavirus (màj 05/08/21 - 12h)

Public health and travelling regulations between France and Cyprus can differ depending on the direction (whether you’re going to Cyprus or coming back).

In the France 🇫🇷 ▶️ Cyprus 🇨🇾 direction, as of August 5th of 2021 (according to the recent reclassification of France in the “red” category):

- If you have been vaccinated : you have to present a certificate (if so, the green European certificate "GreenPass") indicating that the full vaccination cycle has been completed, taking effect from day +0 in case of a two-dose vaccine, or from day +14 in case of the Janssen (single-dose) vaccine.
Even if you are vaccinated, it is mandatory to fill the « CyprusFlightPass » form within 24h before the departure.
- If you have not been vaccinated or have not completed the full vaccination cycle yet: It is mandatory to undergo a PCR test (« rapid »/antigen test are not allowed) within 72h before the departure. This PCR test result, presented before the flight, must be negative. Another test will be performed on arrival at the airport. It is also necessary to undergo a PCR or rapid test on the 7th day after your arrival from the 2nd of August 2021.
Children under 12 are exempt from testing.
It is mandatory to fill the « CyprusFlightPass » form within 24h before the departure as well.

In the Cyprus 🇨🇾 ▶️ France 🇫🇷 direction.

- If you have been vaccinated : you have to present a certificate (if so, the green European certificate "GreenPass") indicating that the full vaccination cycle has been completed, taking effect from day +7 after the last dose in case of a two-dose vaccine, or from day +28 in case of the Janssen (single-dose) vaccine.
Vaccines that are not approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) are not accepted. This includes Sputnik V, Sinovac, Sinopharm.
It is also mandatory to sign a sworn statement declaring your lack of symptoms.
- If you have not been vaccinated or have not completed the full vaccination cycle yet:
it is mandatory to undergo a PCR or a rapid/antigen test within 24h before the departure. The test must show a negative result. Children under 12 are exempt from testing.
It is also mandatory to sign a sworn statement declaring your lack of symptoms.

For all connecting flights, it is necessary to keep aware of the applicable rules and regulations in each transit country (forms, tests, how vaccination is considered…).

To obtain the green European certificate "GreenPass" you may use the following the following platforms:
If you are vaccinated or tested in France : https://attestation-vaccin.ameli.fr
If you are vaccinated or tested in Cyprus : https://www.eudcc.gov.cy

More information on this page.

publié le 05/08/2021

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