Slovakia will be letting Ukrainian tourists across the border again. The demands will be the same as before; citizens should either complete the vaccination course or self-isolate for 14 days. Press center of Ukraine's State Border Guard Service reported that on July 22.
"The citizens of Ukraine can enter the territory of Slovak Republic on the general demands that were effective before the quarantine restrictions were introduced. Besides, the citizens of Ukraine have to live up to conditions defined by the Healthcare Ministry of the Slovak Republic (full course of vaccination or self-isolation)", reads the message.
The Ukrainians who hold the certificate of full vaccination course (in English, Slovak, or Czech language) are required to sign in at a monitoring website; under this circumstance, they are relieved of self-isolation, granted the last vaccination was performed 14 days ago or less. All vaccines registered by the Healthcare Ministry are good. Those who were not vaccinated should also sign in at the same site but be required to pass the self-isolation period.