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Nú þurfa allir sem ætlar sér að ferðast til Tenerife að hafa annað hvort:

  • Neikvætt PCR test (Covid próf) 

  • Bólusetningarvottorð

(Aðeins þarf annað hvort)

  • Sýnataka vegna ferðalaga erlendis og PCR-vottorð

Skráning er í gegnum síðuna travel.covid.is

Eftir að skráningu í sýnatöku er lokið fær viðkomandi SMS skilaboð með strikamerki og tímasetningu í sýnatöku sem fer fram á Suðurlandsbraut 34, 108 Reykjavík. Hægt er að velja  ákveðnar tímasetningar. 

Ef niðurstaða prófsins er neikvæð verður hún send samdægurs í SMS skilaboði og stuttu síðar verður rafrænt PCR vottorð sent á netfangið sem gefið var upp í skráningunni.

Gjald fyrir sýnatökuna og rafræna PCR vottorðið er 7.000 kr. Síðan er bæði á íslensku og ensku. 

  • Bólusetningarvottorð

Hægt er að nálgast vottorð inná Heilsuvera 

Muna að fá vottorðið á Ensku.  

Ekki þarf að framvísa vottorði á flugvellinu heldur þarf að framvísa því á hótelinu.

Hér er hægt að lesa nýjustu relgur og leiðbeiningar:  HelloCanaryIslands.com

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Þegar komið aftur heim til Íslands

Þarf að skrá sig hér: Covid.heimkoma.is

  • Íslensk yfirvöld gera kröfu um að allir sem koma til Íslands og hafa dvalið í meira en sólarhring á áhættusvæði framvísi vottorði um neikvætt PCR-próf sem ekki er eldra en 72 klst við byrðingu.

    • Sjá hér neðar ákveðnar undanþágur fyrir börn og einstaklinga sem eru með önnur vottorð.

    • Skyndipróf (e. rapid antigen test) eru ekki tekin gild.

    • Ef farþegi er að koma með tengiflugi þá telur 72 klst frá byrðingu fyrsta flugleggjar.

    • Einstaklingum sem ekki geta framvísað vottorði við komu til landsins verður annað hvort snúið til baka eða þeim gert að greiða sekt.

    • Íslenskum ríkisborgurum og þeir sem eru með dvalarleyfi á Íslandi verður þó ekki meinað að koma til landsin

  • Allir sem koma til Íslands frá áhættusvæðum þurfa að fara í 2 sýnatökur til veiruleitar og greiningar á sjúkdómnum COVID-19, með sóttkví á milli. Fyrri sýnataka er við komuna til landsins en sú seinni 5 dögum eftir komuna.

  • Fyrir komuna er öllum einstaklingum skylt að fylla út eyðublað (forskráningu) þar sem m.a. koma fram samskiptaupplýsingar, staðfesting á neikvæði PCR-prófi, upplýsingar um dvalarstað í sóttkví og upplýsingar um heilsufar.

  • Öll börn fædd 2005 og síðar

    • Þarf að forskrá

    • Eru undanþegin skyldu að framvísa neikvæðu PCR-prófi við komuna.

    • Þurfa að undirgangast eina sýnatöku á landamærum. Sýni hjá börnum má taka úr nefkoki, hálsi eða munni.

    • Eru ekki undanþegin sýnatöku þó þau hafi áður greinst með COVID-19 eða verið bólusett.

    • Ef foreldri/forráðamaður fer í sóttkví fer barn í sóttkví en barn losnar úr sóttkví, án seinni sýnatöku, þegar sóttkví foreldra/forráðamanns er aflétt.

    • Ef foreldri/forráðamaður er með vottorð til undanþágu er sóttkví barns aflétt þegar neikvæð niðurstaða liggur fyrir úr sýnatöku barns.

  • Þeir sem hafa greinst með COVID-19 sýkingu eða mótefni og framvísa gildu vottorði

    • Eru undanþegnir því að framvísa neikvæðu PCR-prófi við komuna.

    • Þurfa að undirgangast eina sýnatöku vegna COVID-19 á landamærum en eru undanþegnir sóttkví ef sýni er neikvætt.

  • Einstaklingar sem framvísa gildu bólusetningarvottorði sem uppfyllir leiðbeiningar sóttvarnalæknis eða alþjóðabólusetningarskírteini sem staðfestir fulla bólusetningu gegn COVID-19 í samræmi við alþjóðaheilbrigðisreglugerð Alþjóðaheilbrigðismálastofnunarinnar

    • Eru undanþegnir því að framvísa neikvæðu PCR-prófi við komuna.

    • Þurfa að undirgangast eina sýnatöku á landamærum en eru undanþegnir sóttkví ef sýni er neikvætt.

  • Einstaklingar sem bíða niðurstöðu sýnatöku ber að fara eftir reglum um heimasóttkví og um húsnæði í sóttkví.

  • Sjá nánar á covid.is

The minimum distance is 1.5 meters

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Use of face mask is mandatory if the minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be met.

It is necessary to wash your hands regularly and use disinfectant.

Núverandi takmarkanir

 

Grímu skylda í öllum almenningsrýmum, innan dyra sem utan, óháð félagslegri fjarlægð.

Undantekningar eru aðeins :
- Af læknisfræðilegum ástæðum.
- yngri en 6 ára.
- Í sundlaug eða sjó.
- Á meðan þú æfir.
- meðan þú borðar eða drekkur.

Börum og veitingarstöðum er enn leyft að hafa opið svo framarlega sem félagslegri fjarlægð er fylgt.  Grímur skylda er öllum stundum af starfsfólki og aðeins mega viðskiptavinir taka niður grímur þegar þeir borða eða drekka. Reykingar eru ekki leyfðar á útisvæðum nema fólk sé með 1,5 metra millibili.

Travelling to Tenerife.

On planes and around the airport:

• The use of a mask is mandatory, both within airport facilities and on aeroplanes, following the orders given by airport authorities and airlines.

• Each passenger will travel with a preassigned seat number and may be required to offer information regarding personal details, onward location, health and the flight on which they arrived on the island. This information must be held by the company for a minimum of four weeks after the journey.

• The Foreign Health department is using cameras to carry out temperature checks of all international passengers arriving at the island’s airports.

• There is a possibility of random temperature controls being carried out on passengers.

• Online check-in is recommended, although it must be born in mind that many airlines are no longer allowing carry-on baggage in the cabin, except for a small bag for personal use that fits under the seat.

In general:

The use of a mask is mandatory for people over six years of age in general public, inside public places and on public transport (airplanes, buses, etc.), whenever the minimum distance of 1.5 metres cannot be respected. Exceptions are when sports are being carried out, when eating and drinking and/or in the case of disability or respiratory disease.

In shops and establishments:

• Different rules regarding capacity have been set in place to avoid crowds, as well as measures regarding disinfection, prevention and reconditioning in all areas.

• In communal areas, appropriate organisational measures to adopt have been clearly set out in order to avoid crowds and ensure that clients and workers maintain a minimum interpersonal safety distance of 1.5 metres. If this is not possible, alternative measures will be taken.

In accommodation establishments:

• Each establishment is obliged to have a specific Contingency Plan to reduce and avoid the spread of COVID-19, with the aim of complying with all of the hygiene and cleaning measures that have been reinforced, as well as personnel training.

• Fabric items within rooms have been reduced, and the blankets and pillows that are stored in cupboards must be protected.

• Large gatherings of people should be avoided, and the use of communal areas must be carried out in compliance with the correct interpersonal distances, which has been set at 1.5 metres.

• Entertainment activities will be carried out in the open air, maintaining the correct distances and avoiding the exchange of materials. The same applies to the use of swimming pools.

• In dining areas, hydroalcoholic gels will be positioned at the entrance, tables will be 1.5 metres apart and will be cleaned and disinfected between one group of clients and the next. Items of shared use, such as serviette holders or toothpick dispensers, will be removed.

• Buffets must be separated from customers by the use of a protective screen, offering fresh or pre-prepared products in individual portions, protected from the environment.

• The provision of it not being permitted for accommodation to be shared by people who do no live together has now been removed.

 

On means of transport:

• On all means of transport, be it public or private in the case of rental cars, companies are obliged to comply with specific health and hygiene standards.

• They all must have the maximum allowed capacity clearly visible as well as the measures they have adopted to maintain social distancing.

• Buses will be entered via the rear door and you must follow the seat recommendations if places are not previously assigned.

• Rental cars will be disinfected and used on rotation, meaning that the first car to be handed in will be the last to be used again.

On the beach:

• The interpersonal security distance of 1.5 metres mut be maintained at all times, limiting the capacity to 4 square metres per person. Some beaches offer systems for prior reservation.

• Sunbed services must comply with security measures, through the correct cleaning and disinfection between clients. The use of a towel is mandatory.

• Groups of sunbeds must be separated by 1.5 metres, which ensures the correct safety distance with other people.

• The use of showers and foot washes must be carried out respecting the one-person-at-a-time rule.

 

Restaurant and catering services:

• The distance of at least 1.5 metres between clients and staff will be encouraged, avoiding crowds.

• Hydroalcoholic gel dispensers will be located at the entrance.

• Between one group of clients and the next, tables will be disinfected and the staff will indicate which one is ready for use.

• The tables will be separated from each other by at least 1.5 metres and waiters will wear a mask during service.

• The use of self-service items such as serviette dispensers, salt and pepper pots or menus is not allowed.

 

Nature tourism

• Outdoor and nature-based activities are allowed: hiking, cycle tours, paragliding, surfing, wind and kitesurfing, diving, bird-watching, whale-watching, stargazing, etc.

• Companies dedicated to Active Tourism are obliged to comply with all relevant hygiene measures, disinfecting the materials after each use and respecting the safety distance between people. When this is not possible, masks will be used.

Culture

• Parties, festivals and popular events remain currently suspended.

• Guided tours are allowed, without the use of materials such as audio guides or information brochures.

• In the island’s theatres and auditoriums, seats must always be previously assigned and only set together in the case of groups who live together.

• In the rest of cases, the safety distance will be upheld.

Purchases

• Shops must adopt the necessary hygiene measures and have reduced their capacity to 75%.

• The use of a mask inside is compulsory, as is the use of hydroalcoholic gel at the entrance.

 

Night-time leisure:

The opening of closed-in premises (i.e. those with no outdoor space) is now allowed, under the following conditions:

• For seated or standing consumption only.

• Always in designated reserved areas.

• The capacity in outdoor terraces is now increased to 100% (previously 75%), with a maximum limit of 1000 of people.

• The capacity for indoor nightclubs and night-time entertainment establishments is set at 70%, with a maximum limit of 300 people.

• The interpersonal distance must be maintained or, failing that, masks must be used.

• Access to discos and clubs will be through named entry passes in reserved groups of up to 8 people from your family or social group, seated or standing in the reserved area. Drinks will be served directly to each reserved space.

• The space normally designated for the dance floor or similar may be used to install additional tables or reserved areas.

• Dancing is not allowed.

• Security staff will ensure that interpersonal distances are respected and will be used to avoid the formation of large groups and crowds.

• The premises must be frequently ventilated with fresh air or, in the case of using air conditioning, there will be a guaranteed renewal of air at sufficient intervals, taking the outside air from an appropriate source.

 

Public Shows:

• Members of the visiting public are allowed to sit in groups of 15 people from their social or family group.

• The 75% capacity limit is upheld, with a maximum of 300 people for indoor spaces and 1,000 people outdoors.

Remember:

In the event of any symptom that may lead to a suspicion of infection, such as a cough, fever or respiratory distress, the following is recommended:

1. Self-isolation: in a single-occupancy room with a window, keeping the door closed, and, if possible, a separate bathroom. If this is not possible, maintain the safety distance of 2 metres with others at all times and exercise extreme hygiene measures.

2. Call the COVID-19 information telephone helpline set up by the Canarian Government. Dial 900 112 061 if you speak Spanish or 112 to be assisted in English. Depending on your situation, they will inform you about how to proceed.

You can find more information by visiting the Tenerife Tourism Board (Turismo de Tenerife) (https://www.webtenerife.com/)