Information on COVID-19 (Corona virus)
- Gatherings of up to 200 people are allowed in Iceland
- All restaurants and bars can be open until 11 PM.
- 1-meter social distancing rule is mandatory in all public spaces..
- 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.
Iceland – Next level of MICE Experience
In Reykjavík you experience a safe, exciting and creative European city that will raise your spirits and widen your horizon. And the Reykjavík experience and inspiration will travel with you back home
The Scandinavian island nation of approximately 330,000 people offers English-speaking manpower a positive economic environment, a strong export industry and up-to-date infrastructure. The island offers good quality of life with modern, growing, internationally competitive economyFrom CEO Insight Autumn Issue 2017
Nordic Public Transport: Changing Transportation – POSTPONED
Due to the Covid-19, the InformNorden + Nordisk lokaltrafikk in Reykjavik has been postponed.
Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition & Awards (Icefish)- POSTPONED
The event has been moved to 15-17 September 2021.
CHARGE Energy Branding 2020 Virtual
CHARGE is a virtual event.
IPE Iceland 2020
The 21st International Colloquium on Lung and Airway Fibrosis (ICLAF)- POSTPONED
ICLAF has been postponed to October 2 – 6, 2021.
Vestnorden 2020 – POSTPONED
New dates: October 5th-7th, 2021.
Vestnorden Webinar – b2b event
Due to the postponement of Vestnorden 2020, NATA is arranging an online Vestnorden webinar /…
Arctic Circle Assembly 2020 – CANCELLED
Iceland Writers Retreat 2020 – POSTPONED
Previously scheduled in spring 2020 but moved to October due to COVID-19.