There is hope that the impact may be minimized as the lava is flowing away from the area’s lone town and there are indications that its intensity is decreasing. But it hasn’t ended yet. Entering the nation is still seen as safe. The majority of the country is unharmed by the eruption, which is limited to the southwest Reykjanes peninsula. The risk is negligible as long as travelers stay away from the town of Grindavik and the area directly surrounding the eruption. The Icelandic authorities declared, “There is no threat to life from the eruption.” Visitors are advised to “check for latest updates” and should avoid the impacted region, according to the UK Foreign Office’s statement on the gov.uk website.