Iceland coronavirus travel advice

The latest Covid-19 statistics on new cases and vaccine rollout in Iceland plus access to up-to-date resources on travel and travel advice from government organisations and international agencies. Track trends in the coronavirus outbreak in Iceland.

Iceland Covid-19 vaccine rollout

Below are the latest statistics on Covid-19 vaccinations in Iceland showing the number of people and percentage of population who are partially and fully vaccinated.

As of 19/04/2021 Number of people Percentage of population
Partially vaccinated 70,482 20.7%
Fully vaccinated 29,686 8.7%

The Covid-19 (coronavirus) vaccinations information for Iceland is collected and maintained by Our World in Data from official reports. Last update: 19/04/2021

Iceland Covid-19 statistics - new cases

The figures below show the average numbers of new cases per 100,000 of population for Iceland recorded in the latest 7-day and 14-day period and the percentage difference from the week before, plus charts showing the numbers of new cases recorded over the past 10 weeks.

Week ending 7-day average 7-day weekly change 14-day average 14-day weekly change
2021-04-04 11.5   29.1  
2021-04-11 11.5 0% 23.1 -20.8%

New cases 7-day average

The 7-day average number of new cases per 100,000 of population for Iceland recorded over the past 10 weeks.

3
5.2
2.7
1.4
2.7
5.2
9.9
17.6
11.5
11.5
07/02
14/02
21/02
28/02
07/03
14/03
21/03
28/03
04/04
11/04

New cases 14-day average

The 14-day average number of new cases per 100,000 of population for Iceland recorded over the past 10 weeks.

8.2
8.2
8
4.1
4.1
8
15.1
27.5
29.1
23.1
07/02
14/02
21/02
28/02
07/03
14/03
21/03
28/03
04/04
11/04

The Covid-19 number of newly recorded cases per 100,000 of population is provided by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and is updated weekly.

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Iceland coronavirus live updates

Are there entry restrictions to Iceland due to the coronavirus?

Iceland is closed for tourism from the UK. Non-resident foreign nationals travelling from the UK are banned from entering.

All arrivals face a period of quarantine on entering Iceland. 2nd test on arrival + 3rd test on Day 5.

Do I need to quarantine in the UK if I travel from Iceland?

If you arrive in the UK from Iceland you do need to self-isolate for 10 days.

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