The German government recommends its citizens to withhold from visiting Ukraine and more than 160 countries outside the European Union until the end of the summer. This was reported by Deutsche Welle.
"Amidst the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic, the German government has recommended to refrain from travelling to Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and more than 160 countries outside the European Union until the end of the summer," the statement said.
It is noted that exceptions are possible for countries, restrictive measures of which have led to significant coronavirus containment. Statistics on the number of infected, the effectiveness of the health care system, hygiene rules, repatriation opportunities and security measures for tourists will be taken into account.
As we reported earlier, citizens who want to cross the Slovakian border and enter the country are obliged to provide the negative PCR test results for coronavirus.
The procedure of crossing the border by foreign citizens changes starting from June 10.