Iceland has removed all domestic restrictions, and has eased COVID restrictions at its borders. The country has reported that 87 percent of its adult population has been vaccinated at least once, while the other 60 percent are fully vaccinated. The country has now removed restrictions such as wearing masks and social distancing .Iceland has also lifted restrictions on the number of attendees at gatherings, opening hours, becoming the first country in Europe to do so. Travellers too will have it easier with easing of restrictions, as all these rules apply to them as well. The rules have already kicked in from the end of June. The country also has new rules for vaccinated travellers. Starting July 1, travellers who have been vaccinated, and who can submit their vaccination certificates, will not be tested on entry. It has also been reported that those children who are born after 2005, along with those who all have vaccine certificates to show, will not have to show a negative COVID 19 test report.