Travel restrictions from to

for citizens, nationals and residents of that are

The restrictions below are based on the following criteria
Travelling from Iceland
Travelling to Madagascar
Citizen or resident of  Iceland
 Not vaccinated
Recovery certificate not available
Recently visited  Iceland
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Outgoing travel
travelling from Iceland to Madagascar
According to available information you cannot visit Madagascar at this time.
Some exceptions may apply if you have a special status or special circumstances. Please contact the embassy of Madagascar for advice.
Return travel
returning from Madagascar to Iceland
What you need to make sure:
What you need to do:
That's it! Bon Voyage and get there safe!
Do I have to quarantine when travelling from Iceland to Madagascar?
Unfortunately you are not permitted to enter Madagascar at all, with or without quarantine.
This information only applies to citizens of Iceland arriving from Iceland that are not vaccinated, without a recovery certificate and in the last 14 days they did not visit any other countries.
If these criteria are invalid, please correct them above.
Do I have to quarantine when returning back from Madagascar to Iceland?
No, you don't need to quarantine upon arriving to Iceland.
This information only applies to citizens of Iceland arriving from Madagascar that are not vaccinated, without a recovery certificate and in the last 14 days they did not visit any other countries.
If these criteria are invalid, please correct them above.
COVID-19 confirmed cases
in Madagascar
0.0 new cases this week
per 100.000 people
Down -33%
from 0.1 per 100.000 people since last week
Infection risk: Low
according to Risk Assessment Level data from CDC
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Last updated on
20 September 2021