Cyprus scraps all entry rules for tourists in time for a busy summer season

Cyprus opened up its borders with no entry restrictions in April, which saw tourists flocking to the beautiful island for their Easter holidays. 

The country has just announced that, from 1 June, masks are no longer needed indoors either, which means there are no COVID restrictions in the country anymore.

The Mediterranean gem joins a growing list of EU countries now easing or scrapping entry rules introduced during the pandemic.

A favourite with British holidaymakers due to its world-renowned beaches and blue skies, the island’s tourism sector has suffered huge losses over the past two years.

Tourism directly accounts for around 13 per cent of the country’s GDP, and with the significant loss

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