Cyprus puts Romania in group C and imposes a 14-day quarantine for travel from Romania.
As of July 23, 2020, visitors from 51 countries may enter Cyprus in accordance with the new rules of travel taken by the Cypriot authorities. An epidemiological risk reassessment was performed for COVID-19 and the 51 countries were divided into 3 groups.
Group A comprises 22 countries, and citizens of these countries can travel to Cyprus without a COVID-19 test. Group B comprises 21 countries, and those traveling from these countries to Cyprus need a COVID-19 PCR test with a negative result. Group C comprises 7 countries, and citizens of these countries can travel to Cyprus only if they have a COVID-19 PCR test with a negative result and a self-administered quarantine of 14 days upon arrival.
Category A - Low risk countries at the current stage
Member States of the European Union: 1) Austria, 2) Germany, 3) Denmark, 4) Greece, 5) Estonia, 6) Ireland, 7) Latvia, 8) Lithuania, 9) Malta, 10) Hungary, 11) Poland, 12) Slovakia, 13 ) Slovenia, 14) Finland
Members of the Schengen Area: 1) Switzerland, 2) Iceland, 3) Liechtenstein, 4) Norway.
Third countries: 1) Japan, 2) Canada, 3) New Zealand, 4) South Korea
Category B - Countries with a possible low risk, but higher compared to those in Category A
Member States of the European Union: 1) Belgium, 2) Bulgaria, 3) France, 4) Spain, 5) Italy, 6) Croatia, 7) Netherlands, 8) Czech Republic
Small states: 1) Andorra, 2) Monaco, 3) Vatican City, 4) San Marino
Third countries: 1) Algeria, 2) Australia, 3) Georgia, 4) Morocco, 5) Rwanda, 6) Thailand, 7) Tunisia, 8) Uruguay, 9) China
Category C - High risk countries compared to categories A and B.
Please note that only specific groups of travelers from Group C countries are allowed to travel to Cyprus
Member States of the European Union: 1) Portugal, 2) Sweden, 3) Luxembourg, 4) Romania, 5) United Kingdom
Third countries: 1) Serbia, 2) Montenegro
All passengers, regardless of country of origin, are required to submit an application for CyprusFlightPass (https://cyprusflightpass.gov.cy/) within 24 hours prior to travel. At the same time, Cyprus decided to randomly test passengers arriving by plane.