Travel quarantine to be cut from 14 days to 5 – all your questions answered The 23 countries you can (feasibly) visit How to get a Covid test for your holiday Can I go on holiday? What the new tier system means for getaways Sign up to the Telegraph Travel newsletter Cyprus is to waive Covid testing requirements for visitors who have been vaccinated against the virus, according to a Government plan that will come into effect in March 2021. This would make it the first destination to specify that vaccinated travellers will not need to meet other Covid-related entry rules, such as a negative test result or quarantine. The measure was included in an action plan for the resumption of flights to the country, the Cyprus Mail reports. “The amended action plan is expected to further boost the interest of airline companies to carry out additional flights to Cyprus, improve connectivity and increase passenger traffic,” said Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos. This action plan includes a four-tier safe travel list, replacing a three-tier system, in a bid to boost air travel and tourism to Cyprus. Passengers who have not been vaccinated will still need to meet Cyprus’ requirements based on their origin country. Karousos said its safe travel list would follow European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) guidelines. As it stands, visitors from the UK are required to present a negative Covid result result on arrival in Cyprus taken within 72 hours of travel. Cyprus is on the quarantine list, meaning British travellers returning from there to the UK are required to self-isolate. Scroll down for more updates.