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Slovakia remains open to fully vaccinated Ukrainians

Source : 112 Ukraine

Kuleba added that the Foreign Ministry continues to work with partners in the European Union to ensure that Ukrainians have maximum freedom of travel
19:40, 12 November 2021

Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba
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Slovakia has decided to leave the borders open to Ukrainians vaccinated against coronavirus. The Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba wrote it on his Twitter page.

Slovakia has decided to leave the borders open to Ukrainians who have undergone a full course of vaccination,” the minister wrote.

Kuleba added that the Foreign Ministry continues to work with partners in the European Union to ensure that Ukrainians have maximum freedom of travel.

Now 11 EU countries are open to Ukrainian citizens: Cyprus, Estonia and Croatia, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic, Austria and Denmark, Ireland and Sweden, Belgium and France.

The main condition for free travel to these countries is a certificate of complete vaccination and a negative test result.

Meanwhile, the Ukrainian government expects that by the end of the week, 40% of the adult population will be vaccinated with a single dose of the coronavirus vaccine, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal stated during a government meeting.

"By the end of the week, we expect that almost 40% of Ukraine's adult population will be vaccinated with at least one dose. We do more than 1.5 million vaccinations every week," Shmygal said.

He also added that it is now important to focus on those regions where the percentage of vaccinated is below the national average.

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