COVID-19 | Safety and wellbeing | Blue Lagoon Iceland

COVID-19 | Safety and wellbeing

Due to the recent update on mass restriction policy, Blue Lagoon Iceland has taken action in line with the Icelandic Directorate of Health. The safety and wellbeing of our guests and employees is our primary concern. We are following the guidance of Iceland’s Chief Epidemiologist and have implemented the following measures to supplement our daily cleaning and sanitation procedures:

  • Access to hand sanitizers in all public areas of all Blue Lagoon facilities, changing rooms, and restrooms.

  • All contact surfaces in public areas, in changing rooms, and in restrooms are sanitized regularly every day.

  • All contact surfaces in hotel rooms are sanitized prior to the next guest’s visit.

  • Blue Lagoon employees are receiving education on personal hygiene and general protocols for reducing the risk of infection.

  • All passengers travelling with Destination Blue Lagoon buses must wear face masks.

  • Blue Lagoon has decided to temporarily dismiss all facial treatments and facial massages to reduce the risk of infection. For other treatments and massages, guests must wear a face mask as in these cases social distancing can not be respected. Therapists will also wear a mask. Face masks can be provided.

Please refer to the website of the Icelandic Directorate of Health for the latest information and advice on the COVID-19 virus in Iceland.

We are monitoring the situation closely and will reassess our response as needed.

For further reading The World Health Organization (WHO) has assembled an excellent list of the Basic protective measures against COVID-19.

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Book or change your reservation with confidence

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New cancellation policys allow you to book with ease. You can take comfort in the fact that when the storm has passed, the healing waters of Blue Lagoon Iceland will still be here—ready to bring you warmth, wellbeing, and wonder.

Restrictions on mass gatherings

15 March 2020

On March 13, the Icelandic government issued provisional restrictions on mass gatherings. These rules are effective March 16 and will last four weeks.

Blue Lagoon Iceland temporarily closed

22 March 2020

Blue Lagoon Iceland has closed its operation temporarily from 23 March to 14 June.