Despite news of vaccines and a changing political environment, I think it’s safe to say that the COVID-19 virus won’t be fully eradicated any time soon. Not in the first half of 2021 anyway. However, that doesn’t mean that travel and ‘life’ can’t take on a semblance of normality as countries and borders get to grips with containing the spread.
Iceland is one of the few countries in Europe not reporting a continued increase in case numbers. We had a slight spike the past few weeks but that has been largely contained. In fact, the Chief Epidemiologist is expecting domestic restrictions to be loosened as early as the 19th of November. With strict double testing on the borders and a (temporary) 5 day quarantine procedure I’m confident this recovery will continue into the New Year.
So with a bit of luck, and a lot of effort, Iceland may well
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