Covid-19 information

Traveling to the Iceland

Read about the Covid-19 guidelines for Iceland here:

Traveling to the Faroe Islands

Read about the Covid-19 guidelines for the Faroe Islands here:

Safe to Visit

In order to prepare our tourism industry for the return of visitors, Visit Faroe Islands has joined forces with the best medical capacities in the country to train our leisure and meetings industry in ensuring a safe stay for our

Companies and organisations that work in leisure and meetings tourism in the Faroe Islands have taken part in an educational course titled: “Corona Virus – Protection and Preventive Measures in the Tourism Industry.”

Staff that completed the course were given a “Safe to Visit” badge. The badge demonstrates that they have been taught to follow public Covid-19 health guidelines and have chosen to adopt the guidelines in their company or organisation.

The Faroese tourism industry is committed to doing everything in our power to reduce the risk of the virus spreading. However, we also need your help. We hope and expect that you will familiarise yourself with and follow the Covid-19 guidelines issued by the Faroese health authorities. 

How to minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19

  • Wash your hands and/or use hand sanitiser frequently – especially before and after touching surfaces that many others also touch, e.g. door handles and lift buttons, etc.
  • Cough or sneeze into your sleeve
  • Avoid shaking hands, kissing on the cheek and hugging
  • Limit physical contact
  • Keep a distance of at least one metre to other people who are not in your group and ask others to show consideration

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