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Vaccinated foreigners are exempt from PCR test and self-isolation when entering Belarus

Vaccinated foreigners are exempt from PCR test and self-isolation when entering Belarus


Foreigners who have done a course of vaccination against coronavirus may not do a PCR test for COVID-19 and not comply with the self-isolation regime after arrival in Belarus. It does not matter from which country they enter. But there are a number of conditions.

The full course of vaccination must be completed at least one month and no more than 12 months before the date of entry into Belarus. What kind of vaccine a foreign citizen is vaccinated with does not matter, the main thing is to present a certificate.

If a foreigner comes to Belarus with the aim of vaccination, then he is also exempted from self-isolation. There are 82 establishments in the country ready to provide this service to visitors. A full course of vaccination will cost 130-150 BYN. It is necessary to get vaccinated within 5 days from the date of entry into the country. The second component will be available 21-90 days after the first.

If the vaccination course is not passed and a foreigner does not intend to be vaccinated, then in addition to the PCR test upon arrival, self-isolation is demanded. By the way, its term was reduced from 10 to 7 days. Self-isolation in this case is mandatory for both foreign citizens and Belarusians returning from countries with an unfavourable epidemiological situation.

As for the PCR test, from July 14, 2021, the test result can be presented not only on paper but also in electronic form – in the Traveling without COVID-19 mobile application.

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