Iceland Latest Travel Alerts and Warnings

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December 2022

Cases of Monkeypox have been detected in Iceland. Follow the advice of local authorities.

Avoid areas near iceland's active volcano eruption sites. It's a good idea to m
onitor local media for up-to-date reports on volcanic activity.

A volcano erupted in August 2022 in Meradalur, just 30 km southwest of Reykjavik and there has been an increase in seismic activity on the Reykjanes Peninsula.

Volcanic eruptions can disrupt flights due to volcanic ash clouds. Always check with your airline.

 

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