The EU is going to keep Ukraine on the list of the safe destinations for traveling for the next two weeks, taking into account the epidemiological background there. Rikard Jozwiak, the Brussels-based reporter of Radio Liberty reported that on Twitter.
According to him, this week, no country will be removed from this list.
Previous reports claimed that Brussels introduced tougher quarantine rules for the travelers who arrived from the red zone within the EU.
On September 9, Poland added Ukrainian citizens to the category of people allowed to enter the country - particularly, for tourists. Certain restrictions remain, however the period of 10-days-long quarantine shortens if there's a negative test result for SARS-CoV-2 that was taken not earlier than seven days since the day of entry.