Cyprus opens its borders for passengers from 50 countries, including Georgia
Cyprus opens its borders for passengers from 50 countries, including Georgia

Cyprus will open its border for passengers from 50 countries, including Georgia. As stated in the document published by the government of the country, different conditions will apply to different countries. The borders will open on July 23.

Countries are divided into three categories. Citizens of the first group will be able to enter the Republic of Cyprus without restrictions and requirements to submit additional documents. However, the Cypriot government reserves the right to test some passengers.

Citizens of countries in the second category, including Georgia, will be required to have undertaken a laboratory test at least 72 hours prior to departure and to possess a Certificate showing negative PCR examination for the virus.

Tourists from the third category will have to submit the coronavirus test result and remain in a state of self-isolation for 14 days.

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