The Cabinet of Ministers amended the quarantine regulations on September 13. Including border crossing procedures. This was reported by the State Border Service.
Foreigners and stateless persons who enter Ukraine for the purpose of transit and have documents confirming their departure from the country within 48 hours are exempted from self-isolation, installing the application Vdoma, and making a test in Ukraine.
The need to have an insurance policy (certificate) issued by a company registered in Ukraine, that covers the costs related to treating COVID-19 and valid for the entire period of stay in Ukraine, remains unchanged for all foreign citizens and holders of a residence permit (regardless of the country of arrival) to enter Ukraine.
All foreign citizens, residence permit holders, as well as stateless persons need to have one of the following documents upon arrival in Ukraine:
- document confirming one or more doses of COVID-19 vaccine approved by WHO;
- foreign COVID certificate confirming vaccination against COVID-19, negative PCR test result for COVID-19, or recovery from COVID-19;
- negative result of a PCR test or rapid test for SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus antigen made no more than 72 hours before entry.
Testing and vaccination certificates are not required for children under 12.
Foreign citizens over the age of 18 who have not been vaccinated must have a negative test result and install a mobile application for monitoring self-isolation, regardless of the period of stay in Ukraine.
Self-isolation does not apply if, within 72 hours from the moment of entry, a person does a PCR test or a rapid antigen test and gets a negative result.
The regulation comes into force on September 20, 2021.
Context. In Ukraine, over the last 24 hours on September 14, COVID-19 was found in 4,640 people, 1,609 were hospitalized. 93 people died from the infection.