CYPRUS is due to reopen to British tourists on Saturday, August 1.
However, as of July 23, the UK is classed as an “increased risk” country, meaning there are extra precautions like multiple coronavirus tests to be mindful of.
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Cyprus is welcoming Brits back from August 1Credit: AP:Associated Press
What is the latest travel advice for Cyprus?
Most hotels and bars are closed due to coronavirus and the lack of British and Russian tourists.
It is highly likely that you will have to take a coronavirus test before you are allowed into Cyprus.
Will I have to quarantine in Cyprus or when returning to the UK?
From August 1 you will not have to self-quarantine when travelling to Cyprus, according to the country’s health minister.
Cyprus’ tourism minister Savvas Perdios previously suggested Brits could be back as soon as July 15.
Speaking exclusively to Sun Online Travel, he said: “The UK is our biggest market, it’s massively important to us, and the situation there is improving all the time.”
As of July 23, the UK is still classed as category C “increased risk countries” by the Cypriot government.
This means that Brits will have to have a certificate with the results of a Covid test conducted 72 hours before they come into the country, or take a test upon arrival.
All passengers also have to file an application for the CyprusFlightPass within 24 hours of their departure flight.
Hotel Atlantica Golden Beach in Paphos, CyprusCredit: tui.co.uk
What other restrictions are in place in Cyprus?
In the Republic of Cyprus, most movement and other restrictions have now been lifted in both the north and south.
Face masks must be worn in public at all times.
Further guidance and information is available on the gradual easing of the lockdown measures.
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Are flights operating to Cyprus?
While Brits will be able to return from next month, tour operators such as Jet2 and TUI have said they will not allow holidays unless the UK is moved to a category A.
Category B and C require a negative coronavirus test taken 72 hours before travel, while category A requires no testing or checks.
TUI’s website currently says “TUI is likely to start flying to Cyprus again soon.” and Jet2 appears to be accepting bookings from August 1.
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