Covid veirumynd


Passengers arriving in Iceland on and after 19 August 2020 may choose either to submit to two screening tests for COVID-19, separated by five days’ quarantine until the results of the second test are known, or else not to undergo border screening but instead to spend 14 days in quarantine after arrival. Children born in or after 2005 are exempt from the screening and quarantine requirements, and the same exemption applies to persons who have been certified by the Icelandic health authorities, following a PCR test, as having previously been infected with COVID-19 and have completed a period of isolation, or if they have been shown by antibody measurements to have recovered from COVID-19.  Transit passsengers who do not leave the terminal facilities at the border are not required to undergo screening or quarantine.

The first screening test is upon arrival, after which the passengers must go into quarantine for 5-6 days according to the Instructions for home-based quarantine or the Instructions for quarantine for visitors in Iceland.

The second screening test takes place at health care services and it is possible to undergo screening all over the country. Please note the different opening hours. Quarantine is released when a negative result is obtained from the second screening test. A positive result always leads to isolation and the Instructions for persons under home-based isolation must be followed. Further information on www.covid.is

SUNDAY - FRIDAY: From 11:30 am - 12:30 pm 
Where: Blómvangur 31 (next to Bónus supermarket).
There is no need to make an appointment, but it is important to have the second barcode for the test with you.
Travellers can not enter the 2nd screening without the second barcode.

Location information: https://ja.is/kort/?d=hashid%3AGP3qp&x=714430&y=537194&type=map&nz=15.16

Covid test

Inkedblomvangur 31 LI

The Health Directorate of East Iceland
Health Centers and District Hospital

  • The Healt Directorate of East Iceland (HSA) serves the munipalities Vopnafjordur, Egilsstadir, Borgarfjordur eystri, Seydisfjordur, Reyðarfjordur, Eskifjordur, Neskaupstadur, Faskrudsfjordur, Stodvarfjordur, Breiddalsvik and Djupivogur. HSA provides public health services and is entitled under law to cooperate in the organization of health services in the affected areas, and in each health clinic operated or healthcare.
  • The District Hospital, based in the town Neskaupstaður, provides general hospital services.
  • Please find information about daily opening hours and phone numbers in our Health Centers and hospital at HSA-map.
  • Pregnancy and birth info

In case of emergency, call 112.