New rules of entry to Ukraine through COVID-strain “Delta”


To counter the spread of the coronavirus, namely, the delta strain, the government has tightened the rules for entering Ukraine. In particular, citizens returning to Ukraine will need to have a certificate of two or one COVID vaccinations. This was reported on the website of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, UA informs.

Foreigners should have an insurance in case of COVID-19 disease, as well as a negative result of PCR or express test for COVID-19 (both should be done no later than 72 hours before crossing the border), or a document confirming a full course of vaccination against coronavirus.

If the foreigner does not have a document about the full course of vaccination, he should install the “Diia” application and self-isolate.

If entering the state Ukrainian will also need to have one of two documents – about the full course of vaccination or about the first vaccination against coronavirus.

Foreigners who have a permanent residence permit in Ukraine must also have a document on the full course of vaccination against COVID-19. Otherwise, it will be necessary to self-isolate or go to observation.

Such rules concerning self-isolation will apply to people, regardless of nationality, who came from Russia or India and have been in those countries for more than 7 days over the past two weeks.

“In particular, 14-day self-isolation will be established without the right to terminate it early” – the Ministry of Health noted.

The fifth stage of the vaccination campaign against COVID-19 continues in Ukraine. Anyone over the age of 18 can be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

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