Hungary allowed Ukrainians who cross the country's border through ground checkpoints not to do a PCR test, not to present a vaccination certificate and not to quarantine.
At the same time, according to the consular service of the Ministry of Health, those who use air transport must present a negative result of a PCR test done 72 hours before entering Hungary. However, Ukrainians under 18 and those who have a vaccination certificate are exempted from this.
The MFA also recalled that in order to enter Hungary, Ukrainians must have a biometric passport for short-term trips under a visa-free regime, travel insurance, and funds to cover costs. As for transit travel through the country, Hungary may additionally require documents confirming the right to enter the country of destination (for example, a residence permit, work visa, hotel reservation, etc.).
Context. As a reminder, since August 5, the regulations for crossing the Ukrainian border have changed due to the spread of the Delta variant of coronavirus.