According to the latest decisions, the criteria for arriving passengers will depend on the risk category of the countries from which they departed. The criteria will be regularly updated in accordance with epidemiological data. Country risk levels will also apply to transit passengers.
All people, with the exception of TRNC citizens who have traveled to India, Brazil, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Cote d'Ivoire, Sierra Leone and Cameroon in the past 14 days, will not be allowed into the country until further notice.
Persons who have provided an address of residence in the TRNC and downloaded the Stay Safe app prior to arrival will be allowed to self-isolate or be quarantined at their place of residence for 10-14 days.
Individuals who cannot provide an address will be required to spend 10-14 days in a state-controlled facility under quarantine.
Hotels wishing to offer domestic tourism will sign a declaration of consent and will be allowed to operate under certain conditions. Hotel staff will be required to undergo PCR testing every seven days. Domestic tourism hotels will not be allowed to host weddings or engagements, nor will they be allowed to enter the country through indoor tourism. Such hotels will also not be able to be used as quarantine hotels.
Museums will be allowed to open from Monday 31 May following social distancing measures.
Kinds of sports
Spectators will also be allowed to participate in sports. While spectators should practice social distancing when watching outdoor sporting events, indoor spectators will be admitted to one in three seating positions.
Maronites living in the TRNC will be allowed to move south to meet with first degree family members for PCR tests repeated every seven days. These people will be released from quarantine when they return to the TRNC.
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