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News for Iceland

Review: 'The Museum of Whales You Will Never See: And Other Excursions to Iceland's Most Unusual Museums,' by A. Kendra Greene
But A. Kendra Greene, in her delightful new work of nonfiction, “The Museum of Whales You Will Never See,” knows exactly what she is doing: creating a sketch of contemporary Iceland, as told through ...

Iceland's Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir's Key to Leading Through Coronavirus: ‘Put Your Ego as a Politician Aside’
What we can learn from this is that it’s important to put your ego as a politician aside and learn from those humble scientists, who have been faced with a crisis nobody could expect,” Jakobsdóttir ...

COVID-19 lessons from Iceland: How one Nordic country has all but stopped the virus in its tracks
At first glance, Iceland’s COVID-19 statistics might seem contradictory. The Nordic island nation, perched in the North Atlantic, has reported more than 500 confirmed cases for every 100,000 people ...

Iceland Resorts to Crisis Interest Rate Cut as Exports Collapse
The governor of Iceland’s central bank says he’s ready to resort to measures never before tried in his country in a desperate bid to revive demand.

What Will Tourism Look Like As Iceland Opens Up After Lockdown?
Iceland’s border had been closed to visitors outside the European Economic Area (EEA) but with the relaxing of these regulations, Iceland will be able to salvage at least some of the summer tourism ...

Dallas author’s book chronicles Iceland’s modern tradition of small, oddly specific museums
But rather than being an outlier of curatorial inquiry, this museum is symptomatic of an Icelandic tradition of small, oddly specific museums. Dallas writer and artist A. Kendra Greene’s new book, The ...

Iceland holds memorial for 700-year-old glacier
Iceland held a memorial Sunday for the country's first glacier lost to climate change. The ice melted away after being frozen for 700 years. A bronze plaque unveiled at the site warns that over the ...

Iceland plans to welcome back tourists by June 15
Iceland announced this week that it plans to reopen its borders to tourists by June 15. The country will welcome travelers from all over the world, including the United States, but will subject ...

Swimmers return to Iceland's swimming pools
Swimmers were allowed to return to pools in Reykjavik, Iceland, on May 18, after facilities were closed for two months due to COVID-19.

UPDATE 1-Iceland cenbank cuts rates again, sees biggest contraction in century
Iceland’s central bank cut its key interest rate on Wednesday to 1.0%, its fourth reduction this year, and said the economy could shrink by as much as 8%, the biggest contraction in a century, due to ...

Iceland Cuts Rate By 75 Bps To Record Low
Iceland's central bank reduced its key interest rate by 75 basis points to a record low on Wednesday, as the economy is forecast to ...

Open for business: What to know about getting to Iceland on points this summer
Iceland said last week that it would welcome international travelers back “no later than June 15,” according to its prime minister. As countries start to relax restrictions put in place from the novel ...