Border crossing conditions changed in Ukraine

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The Cabinet has changed the conditions for crossing the border

The Cabinet gave Ukrainians more time to do a PCR test to avoid the need to self-isolate.

The Cabinet of Ministers has changed the conditions for crossing the border of Ukraine – now Ukrainians who have a negative PCR test done no earlier than 72 hours before can avoid mandatory self-isolation – previously they were given 48 hours. Relevant government decree published Thursday, April 8th.

“Today, the next changes were published that the government made to the decree No. 1236, regulating quarantine restrictions, in particular, concerning the state border of Ukraine. These norms will soon be sent to the units of the State Border Guard Service for execution,” said the speaker of the State Border Service Andriy Demchenko. writes Ukrainian truth.

In addition, now, foreign children and stateless persons under the age of 12 do not need to have a negative PCR test when crossing the border to enter.

At the same time, foreigners and stateless persons permanently residing on the territory of Ukraine, when crossing the state border of Ukraine, must henceforth go to self-isolation with the installation of the Vdom application, although they previously entered without conditions.

It was previously reported that conditions for entry into Ukraine will be toughened… The Ministry of Health suggests that the government introduce a mandatory negative PCR test for entry into the country.

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