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New regulations of entry to Moldova: what will change for Ukraine

From August 16, 2021, new regulations for travelling to Moldova for foreign citizens, including Ukrainians, come into force. From today, when crossing the border, it will be necessary to present a certificate of completion of a full course of vaccination, a negative result of a PCR test for COVID-19, or a certificate that a person has had coronavirus within the last six months. According to the outlet NewsMaker, without any of these documents, one will have to quarantine for two weeks.

The innovations do not apply to children under the age of 12, schoolchildren or students under the age of 18 who go there to study, and persons arriving in the country for treatment.

Persons who spent seven days in quarantine and did not get sick can do a PCR or antigen test for coronavirus and, based on its results, terminate self-isolation.

In addition, from today only travelers will be allowed to the Chisinau airport. Those who see them off or pick them up will be prohibited from entering the building.

Context. Earlier this month, Hungary allowed Ukrainians crossing the country's border through ground checkpoints not to do a PCR test, not to present a vaccination certificate, and not to be quarantined.

As a reminder, from August 5, the regulations for crossing the Ukrainian border changed due to the spread of the coronavirus strain Delta.

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