Austria and the Netherlands have opened for Ukrainian tourists vaccinated against coronavirus, including with Covieshield and Sinovac drugs.
Rules for the entry of Ukrainians into Austria and the Netherlands
According to the data on the map of the department, the following regulations of entry into the countries will be in force:
- you can enter Austria with a certificate of full vaccination against coronavirus (it is recognized if the second dose was administered more than 14 days before entry and vaccination was made no more than 270 days ago). At the same time, in the Netherlands there are no restrictions regarding the statute of limitations for vaccination;
- you does not need to register before entering, as well as be quarantined upon arrival if you have been vaccinated;
- at the same time, you can enter Austria if you have a negative PCR test, but after entry to the country you must be quarantined for 10 days. This quarantine can be completed upon presenting a negative test result, but not earlier than 5 days after the entry. In the Netherlands, for those unvaccinated, there is a general ban on entry regime, except for those who have a residence permit or a long-term national visa type D.
Vaccines recognized in the Netherlands:
- Pfizer/BioNTech (Comirnaty)
- Astra Zeneca EU (Vaxzevria)
- Johnson & Johnson (COVID-19 Vaccine) Janssen)
- Moderna (Spikevax)
- Astra Zeneca-SK Bio (Vaxzevria)
- Serum Institute of India (Covishield)
- Sinopharm BIBP
Vaccines recognized in Austria:
- Comirnaty (INN) от BioNtech/Pfizer
- Vaxzevria COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca/Covishield от Serum Institute of India
- COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen от Johnson & Johnson
- mRNA-1273 Covid-19 Vaccine от Moderna
- Sinopharm/BIBP SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine (Vero Cell)
Context. The day before, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine assured us that in two weeks the European Union would put our country into the list of the so-called "green" zone, and after that Ukrainians would be able to freely visit European countries.