Ukraine expands list of ‘red zone’ countries

The Ministry of Health of Ukraine has expanded the list of "red zone" countries due to the unfavorable situation with COVID-19.

The list includes 127 countries, according to information on the Ministry's website.

Thus, the number of "red zone" countries has almost doubled compared to the previous list. The updated list includes, in particular, Poland, Cyprus, Georgia, which were recently in the "green" list.

The "green zone" currently covers 66 countries, including Turkey, Egypt, Croatia, Italy, Greece, Sweden, Portugal, and the UK.

Additional quarantine rules come into force in Ukraine on August 1.

Border crossing: from the countries in the "green zone" - only a certificate of medical insurance is required. From countries in the "red zone" – a person needs a certificate of insurance + self-isolation for 14 days or PCR testing.

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