Cyprus on Tuesday downgraded four countries and upgraded two from the list dictating requirements from passengers based on the covid-19 infection rate of their country of origin.
Estonia and Georgia are dropped from category A to B, while Czech Republic and Hungary are moved from category B to C.
On the other hand, Australia is upgrade from category B to A, and Rwanda from category C to B.
The changes come in effect as of Friday, September 18, according to an official announcement.
This means that all passengers from Category B need to show a COVID-19 negative test done 72 hours prior to their departure for Cyprus.
Category A passengers don’t have to show a COVID-19 negative test done 72 hours prior to their departure for Cyprus.