Hungary has been closing its borders to non-residents since September 1 to try to limit the growing number of coronavirus infections. In this regard, Wizz Air decided to cancel all flights between Ukraine and Hungary, as Locwost.UA reports.
Details of border closures and exceptions to the general ban have not yet been specified, but it is reported that the transit permit will remain.
Hungarians returning from abroad will have to self-isolate or undergo two PCR tests two days apart. International students will also have to do two PCR tests to be allowed to study in Hungary.
As we reported before, Hungary will close its borders to foreigners due to the coronavirus. The borders will be closed from September 1
Hungarian citizens after returning from abroad will be sent to a 14-day quarantine.
Earlier, Moldova has opened its borders to foreigners from countries with less than 50 cases of coronavirus infection per 100 thousand people. The ruling takes effect on Monday, August 31st