Cyprus will simplify the rules of entrance for all travelers from Ukraine with the vaccination certificates regardless of their citizenship from July 1, 2021, as the Embassy of Cyprus in Ukraine reported on Facebook.
“From July 1, 2021, the vaccinated passengers who have an actual certificate on the vaccination against Covid-19 and come to Cyprus from Ukraine regardless of their citizenship are released from the commitments on the laboratory test and self-isolation/quarantine under the observation of the conditions,” the message says.
It is necessary to have the actual certificate on the vaccination issued in Ukraine.
However, Cyprus recognizes not all vaccines used in Ukraine. Thus, it is specified that one of the following drugs should be mentioned in the certificate: Pfizer/BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Janssen (approved by the EMA) or Sputnik V or Sinopharm and finish the vaccination scheme until May 21.
As we reported, the tourists from India, who were vaccinated by the AstraZeneca/CoviShield, cannot enter the EU with their vaccination certificates because the EMA has not licensed for the EU the “Indian variant” of AstraZeneca.