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Bulgaria extends current entrance regime for Ukrainians until September’s end

Source : 112 Ukraine

Bulgaria allowed the Ukrainians to enter the country without tests for Covid-19 and a 14-day quarantine
15:01, 1 September 2020

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Bulgaria extended the current entrance regime for the citizens of Ukraine until September 30 – without testing for coronavirus and 14-day quarantine, as the Embassy of Ukraine reported on Facebook.

“From September 1 until September 30, the citizens of Ukraine allowed to enter the territory of Bulgaria without the necessity to provide the document confirming the negative results of the PCR test for Covid-19 and without the passing of 14-day quarantine,” the message said.

Related: Ukraine still beyond list of countries whose citizens can travel to EU

The relevant conditions for the entrance of the Ukrainians to Bulgaria were introduced at the end of July for a month – from July 31 until August 31.

As we reported, Ukraine updated the list of the "red" and "green" zones. It is also noted that all those who come to Ukraine from the "red zone" are required to go through 14-day self-isolation or pass a PCR test for Covid-19 within a day. You can also come to Ukraine with a ready-made test, which was conducted no later than 48 hours before crossing the border.

 

 

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