Cyprus announced on Friday, that starting on June 9 Israelis will be able to the enter country without being requested to enter quarantine, KAN News reported.
In order to fly to Cyprus between the dates June 9 and 19, Israeli citizens will first need to take a coronavirus test within the 72 hours leading up to their arrival, which must come back with negative results.
After June 19, the test will no longer be required according to KAN.
Cyprus has cumulatively had fewer than a 1,000 coronavirus cases since the beginning of the outbreak, and only 17 deaths according to John Hopkins University's coronavirus tally. Israel has started to return to a new normal with the reopening of the economy as the rate of infection continues to drop by the day. As of Friday afternoon, Israel had just over 2,600 cases.