Iceland opens its borders to vaccinated travelers

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Iceland's famed Blue Lagoon. The country has opened its borders to all travelers who have been vaccinated against or can show proof of a previous Covid-19 infection.
Iceland's famed Blue Lagoon. The country has opened its borders to all travelers who have been vaccinated against or can show proof of a previous Covid-19 infection.

Iceland has opened its borders to all travelers who have been vaccinated against or can show proof of a previous Covid-19 infection.

Related: European Commission proposes a standard health passport for Europe

The move makes Iceland one of the first EU members to remove quarantine and testing requirements for international visitors since the beginning of the pandemic.

Greece earlier this month said it expects to open its borders on May 14 to all international visitors who have been vaccinated, have a negative test or show proof of Covid antibodies.

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