Covid-19 Restrictions on Cruising: Cyprus

            
        
    

Status Summary

Highly Restricted. Phased re-opening.

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25/05/20: Mandatory quarantine now lifted and arrivals permitted.

23/05/20: Republic of Cyprus: From 21/05/20 there will be a second phase of easing of restrictive measures, removing movement restrictions and the nighttime curfew. This includes the re-opening of cafés and restaurants with outside seating areas only, and unrestricted use of beaches.

23/05/20: North of Cyprus: a night time curfew (9pm-6am) remains in place until 1 June. From 20 May, restaurants, cafés and public beaches are permitted to re-open. Hotels may re-open from 1 June.

23/05/20: All crossing points between the Republic and the north are effectively closed to travellers. From 8 June, there will be a gradual reopening of some crossing points, initially to certain categories of Cypriots only.

04/05/20: Signs that beginning to unlock. No landing from boats allowed.

27/03/20: North of Cyprus has introduced a total ban on entry for all foreign nationals, including from the UK, until at least 15 May.

 

Reviewed: 26/05/20

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