Ukrainians not obliged to stay in observation after arrival in occupied Crimea

Source : 112 Ukraine

People who want to enter the Crimean peninsula should have a negative PCR test for coronavirus
18:13, 15 July 2020

Checkpoint at the administrative border with Crimea
State Border Guard Service of Ukraine

Starting from today, July 15, the Ukrainians who come to occupied territories of Crimea should not pass 14-day observation or self-isolation, as the Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine for Human Rights reported.

“We draw your attention that from July 15, 2020, the occupation administration of Russia that acts in the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol canceled the passing of 14-day observation for all people who cross the administrative border to the side of the temporarily occupied peninsula,” the message said.

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Meanwhile, a person should have the negative result of PCR resting in Russian or English language to enter Crimea. In case of the absence of such a document, the citizens should pass the testing for their own money.

In the case of the positive test for coronavirus, a person should stay in isolation at the place of stay or residence. The isolation should continue until the complete recovering and negative test.

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As of early July 15, 55,607 cases of coronavirus were observed in Ukraine. 836 new cases were confirmed over the last 24 hours, reads the report by Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council. 1,427 Ukrainians passed away from the disease since the epidemic reached Ukraine. 28,131 managed to recover. Meanwhile, the worldwide number of infected made 13,323,206. 578,625 people died, and 7,399,420 recovered. 




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