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The recent spread of Coronavirus has had an immediate impact on all aspects of life, with devastating effects on global economies. One country however to take note of is Iceland, whose authorities have taken realistic and preventative steps to contain the potential spread of the virus in the country. With few points of entry and the lowest population density in Europe, Iceland has implemented all essential measures to swiftly stop the spread of infection and keep the rate to a minimum. With only 1,802 infections and 10 deaths, the country is definitely one to learn from. In this blog we cover what the spread of the COVID-19 virus means for Iceland, especially focusing on the impact to travel and the future of the country.
Throughout the last few years, Iceland’s dining options have increased dramatically. With the expansion of fine dining restaurants as well as local bars and cafes, Iceland offers an array of food options for everyone.
Iceland’s Midnight Sun is a natural phenomenon, which occurs throughout the summer months in places north of the Arctic circle. In Iceland, the days are long during the summertime, and can often provide 24 hours of sunlight.
For geologists, Iceland Is a great source for research, as the country offers a huge variety of places to study. Here we have put a guide together of just some of Iceland’s amazing rock formations. Take a look to discover what they are.