Crossings from the Ledra Palace check point restarted today after an announcement by Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Kudret Özersay on Tuesday.
The Ledra Palace crossing point opened up for pedestrian crossings from Wednesday but only between 8am and 8pm.
Özersay said that since June 22, the crossing has been open for diplomats but now pedestrians will also be allowed to cross.
He also said the same regulations that apply for other crossings also apply for Ledra Palace.
Repeating the rules applied to the crossings from the land borders, Özersay detailed the rules.
People from group A countries must provide a negative coronavirus test carried out in the last 72 hours upon entering the TRNC.
These people are able to use all crossings that are open.
Travellers from Group B countries are required to have a negative PCR test within 72 hours prior to boarding, will be retested upon arrival and required to self-isolate at their destination until a negative test result is confirmed.
People coming from group B countries will only be allowed to use the Metehan crossing point.
People from group C countries must present a negative coronavirus test, also not older than 72 hours, but they will be taken to quarantine centres where they will stay for 14 days at their own expense and until an additional negative result is confirmed.
People arriving from group C countries are only allowed to cross using the Metehan crossing point.