Travelling to Ukraine during COVID-19 pandemic

Foreigners and stateless persons are allowed to cross the Ukrainian border provided they have an insurance policy certificate that covers the potential costs of COVID-19 treatment, observation, and is valid for the period of intended stay in Ukraine.

The requirement to present the proof of insurance at border crossing does not apply to:

  • foreigners and stateless persons with permanent residency permit on the territory of Ukraine;
  • staff members of diplomatic missions and consular posts of foreign states, missions of international organizations accredited in Ukraine, as well as their family members;

According to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, a list of states of the so-called “red zone” and “green zone” can be found at the following link:

There is a general requirement for all persons arriving in Ukraine from countries with high numbers of COVID-19 cases, as well as for foreigners who are citizens of such countries (“red zone”), to self-isolate upon arrival.

The requirement of self-isolation does not apply to the following categories of persons, unless there is a reason to believe they were previously in contact with those infected:

  • children under 12 years of age;
  • persons arriving in Ukraine to study in higher education facilities;
  • citizens of states with high numbers of COVID-19 cases, who have not been to these states 14 days prior to arrival, or are in transit through the territory of Ukraine and have papers proving them leaving the territory of Ukraine within two days after arrival;
  • staff members of diplomatic missions and consular posts of foreign states, missions of international organizations accredited in Ukraine, as well as their family members;
  • drivers and/or crew members of freight vehicles, buses on regular routes, aircraft, sea and river ships, trains and locomotives;
  • instructors of the armed forces of NATO member states and NATO “Partnership for Peace” program member states, who participate in trainings for the Armed Forces of Ukraine;
  • cultural figures arriving at the invitation of cultural institutions as well as one accompanying person for each of them;
  • persons transporting hematopoietic stem cells for transplantation;
  • persons who have proof of negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19 taken no later than 48 hours before crossing the border.
  • persons who provided their consent for self-isolation with the use of the Act at Home electronic app of the Unified Governmental Web Portal for Electronic Services prior to crossing the border

More detailed information is available at https://www.visitukraine.today

List of laboratories providing PCR tests in Ukraine:

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