The Health Ministry of Ukraine has renewed the list of countries in ‘red’ and ‘green’ zones, considering the number of active cases of coronavirus disease per 100,000 of the population as the Health Ministry reported.
Thus, 78 countries were put on the ‘red’ zone list. Norway, Belgium, the UAE, Bosnia, Canada, France, Spain, Ireland, Austria and Russia are included.
The ‘green’ zone list includes 116 countries. Greece, Kazakhstan, Maldives, Finland, Japan, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Iceland, Cuba, India, Egypt, Dominican Republic, Thailand, Australia are included.
The full list of the ‘red’ zone countries is the next:
People who arrive in Ukraine from the ‘red’ zone should pass 14-day isolation or pass PCR-test for Covid-19. Besides, people might enter Ukraine with a prepared test taken not later than 48 hours before the border crossing.
The ‘red’ zone includes states, where the number of new cases of coronavirus per 100,000 of the population during the past 14 days surpasses the same rate in Ukraine.
As of January 11, Ukrainian doctors observed 4,288 new cases of coronavirus. 1,119,314 cases of Covid-19 have been observed in Ukraine; 796,417 people have recovered by now (+ 4,819 per day). 19,835 people have died since the pandemic reached Ukraine.
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