Two Scandinavian countries—Norway and Finland—have changed the entry regulations for vaccinated Ukrainians.
According to the map of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in order to enter Norway, Ukrainian tourists need to have an EU Digital COVID Certificate. If there is no vaccination certificate, one needs to:
- present a negative result of a coronavirus test done a maximum of 24 hours before crossing the border;
- register in the digital travel registry;
- do a COVID-19 test at the airport (from April 1, 2021, it is mandatory to wait for the results on the spot);
- stay for a quarantine at the hotel.
To enter Finland, Ukrainians need to present a certificate of a complete course of vaccination. In this case, 14 days must pass from the moment of receiving the second vaccination. If the relevant document is not available, an extremely important reason may serve as the basis for an entry permit. In this case, the person must present a negative PCR test result or a document confirming that he or she has had COVID-19.
Context. Since August 31, Italy has allowed entry for vaccinated Ukrainians without quarantine.