Bulgaria opens resorts to Ukrainian tourists

Source : 112 Ukraine

The main condition is negative tests for Covid-19, which have to be done 72 hours prior to arrival
08:06, 28 July 2020

One of Bulgaria's resorts
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Bulgaria has allowed citizens of Ukraine to visit its resorts. This was reported by Reuters with reference to the country’s Ministry of Health.

Citizens of Serbia, Northern Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia, Montenegro, Moldova, Israel, and Kuwait have been allowed to visit Bulgarian resorts as of July 28. The main condition - negative tests for Covid-19, which have to be done 72 hours prior to arrival.

According to the ministry, tourists from Ukraine will be allowed on the same grounds as of July 30.

Related: Germany to make Covid-19 test compulsory after returning from travel

As we reported earlier, yesterday, on July 27, Austria imposed new travel restrictions on 32 countries or areas with a high risk of the coronavirus.

The "red list" of the Austrian government includes: Albania, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kosovo, Mexico, Moldova, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Portugal, Romania, Russia, North Macedonia, Senegal, Serbia, USA, Turkey, Ukraine, Philippines, Chin's Hubei Province, Chile, Montenegro, Sweden, Ecuador, South Africa.

The exceptions will apply to medical professionals, seasonal workers, or diplomats.

Related: Italy, Ukraine lift restrictions for bilateral flights

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