Cyprus scraps the PLF from April 18

Cyprus no longer requires travelers to complete a passenger locator form (PLF) and removes all country categorization and most travel-related protocols

As of April 18, 2022, Cyprus no longer requires arrivals to fill the passenger locater form (PLF) called Cyprus Flight Pass, whether they are fully vaccinated or not.

Moreover, Cyrpus removes its country categorization and most travel-related COVID protocols. A full copy of the updated travel protocol can be found on the Visit Cyprus website.

The updated entry requirements are as follows:

Fully vaccinated travelers presenting a digital vaccination certificate are exempt from a PCR test before arrival.

Fully vaccinated passengers are those who have received a booster (3rd vaccine) or those who have been vaccinated with at least two doses, provided no more than nine months have passed since the second dose. Children up to the age of 12 are not required to present any certificate.

PCR exemption is also valid for recently recovered passengers, provided no more than six months have passed since they tested positive.

Passengers who do not meet these criteria must undergo a PCR test up to 72 hours before their flight or a supervised antigen test 24 hours before their flight.

The same rules apply to children aged 12-18, considered fully vaccinated after two doses.

Masks are still required indoors.

Please note: travelers need to present the Israeli digital vaccination certificate to be admitted to concerts, shows, weddings, and other mass gatherings.


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