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Germany changes entry rules for Ukrainian tourists

Source : 112 Ukraine

Vaccination must be done with one of the vaccines listed on the website of the Paul Ehrlich Institute
19:49, 10 January 2022

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Germany has changed the rules of entry for Ukrainian tourists as Coronavirus_info channel reported.

Related: Omicron variant outbreak to end soon, - WHO representative

Since January 9, entry into the country is allowed on the condition of providing one of the following documents:

- proof of a complete course of vaccination;

- a negative PCR test (48 hours in advance);

- antigen test (in 48 hours);

- certificate of convalescence.

Related: Ukraine to shorten validity of Covid certificates following EU

According to the MFA, the vaccination must be administered with one of the vaccines listed on the Paul Ehrlich Institute website. Vaccination with the last necessary dose must be carried out at least 14 days before entry.

The Covid-19 test (antigen test or PCR test) must be carried out at least 48 hours before the planned entry. In the case of arrival by a transport company (e.g. airline) the PCR test is allowed a maximum of 48 hours before the (scheduled) point of departure; the antigen test is also allowed a maximum of 48 hours before the (scheduled) point of departure if carried out by the transport company.

Related: "Vaccine" becomes word of year 2021 in Ukraine

As we reported, Israeli border guards would let the vaccinated Ukrainians travel in their country freely.

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