Coronavirus in Cyprus - FAQ [fr]
FAQ - Coronavirus (màj 10/06/21 - 13h)
▶️ ️ France has been classified as « high-risk » area (marked in red category )
▶️ ️ From France to Cyprus it is necessary to have a negative laboratory PCR test within 72 hours prior to departure and another laboratory PCR test upon arrival in Cyprus. The examination cost will be borne by the traveler and in addition, such persons should remain in self-isolation until the test result is issued. Passengers travelling from France must complete the Cyprus Flight Pass no later than 24 hours before departure( https://www.cyprusflightpass.gov.cy) .
Passengers who have been vaccinated and hold a valid vaccination certificate can enter Cyprus without completing the mandatory COVID 19 PCR test.
The vaccination certificate will be considered valid provided the vaccination has been carried out with one of the vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the required doses of the respective vaccine have been completed.
For information on the approved countries and vaccine details, please refer to Cyprus Flight Pass website.
- If you are already vaccinated, you must present proof of vaccination status and a sworn statement attesting to the absence of symptoms of covid-19 infection and contact with a confirmed case of covid-19.
- If you are not vaccinated, you must present the transport company and border control authorities with a negative PCR or antigenic test no more than 72 hours prior to departure (departure of first flight in case of connecting flights). Children aged below eleven years are exempt from testing.
- You must also present a sworn statement attesting to the absence of symptoms of covid-19 infection and contact with a confirmed case of covid-19.