Entry rules, where you can and where not
In the summer of 2021, due to mass vaccinations, many countries began to change their entry and interruption rules. So many countries began to let in fully vaccinated tourists. Certificates of complete vaccination in Ukraine began to be issued on July 1, 2021, and at the moment there are already more than 5 million vaccinated people in Ukraine. This trend influenced the fact that many countries allowed tourists from Ukraine to enter their territory.
The Ukrainian government was one of the first to start negotiations with the heads of the European Union countries. The negotiations were translated bilaterally by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Digital Policy.
Negotiations are underway regarding the EU Covenant Trust Network, preparations for Beta testing and negotiations regarding the possibility of Ukraine joining this network are currently underway.
As we have already said, and how the Ukrainian diplomatic institutions were notified, upon entering Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Estonia, Cyprus, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Germany, Fr. Madeira (Portugal), Romania, Slovenia, Hungary, France, and Croatia, you do not need a PCR test. (this information is current as of July 2021).
But some countries need either full vaccination with approved vaccines (and these are Comirnaty, Spikevax (COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna), Vaxzevria (COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca), and COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen, this vaccine will be needed in countries such as Romania, Germany, France, and Croatia (this information is current for July 2021).
As for the rest of the EU, entry into them is open either to certain people who permanently reside there or for certain reasons (for example, such a reason may be treatment).
More detailed information on the current regime of entry and transit for citizens of Ukraine to any country in the world, including in terms of requirements for documents confirming the passage of vaccinations, can be obtained using the interactive online map of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the link, ”the Foreign Ministry said in its response.
* We would like to note that a person who has received the vaccine in the full amount (usually 2 doses) is considered fully vaccinated and more than 14 days have passed since the last dose was received.
* You can get a certificate of complete vaccination from your attending physician 10 days after vaccination.
Before traveling to any country, do not forget to double-check all the information to avoid problem situations. If you want to get advice on dressage in any country, you can contact our specialists, and they will provide you with written or oral information to United International Partners.