For the past few years, Iceland’s tourism industry has boomed, making it one of the foremost popular international tourist destinations for international travelers. Until the CoronaVirus pandemic appears. But last week, on June 15, officials announced that the country would begin welcoming all visitors—even those from the U.S.
However, some safety precautions are going to be taken. Upon landing at Keflavík International Airport, visitors will take a free COVID-19 test or comply with a 14-day quarantine if they do not want to test. If they need negative test results from their home country, that documentation also will be permitted. regardless of which of the 3 options they choose, everyone is going to be required to download the contact-tracing app.
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