Citizens of Ukraine who received a full course of immunization against COVID-19, i.e. were administered two doses of the vaccine, have the opportunity to travel to a number of countries, including the European Union. The main precondition – is an international certificate of vaccination. This information is published on the Facebook page of the electronic medical system Helsi.me.
UA reports this.
So, if the jab was made with vaccines “Comirnaty” by Pfizer & BioNTech, or “Spikevax” from Moderna, or AstraZeneca, it opens doors to 23 countries:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina;
As for those vaccinated with the Chinese “CoronaVac” drug, all the countries listed above are available, except for France, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia, Croatia and Luxembourg.
A printed international certificate in English must be shown upon entry.
Entry to Denmark, the Netherlands and Albania is possible without any certificates.
The list of countries a Ukrainian can travel to is constantly expanding.
One can sign up for vaccination against COVID-19 by following the link.
Anyone wanting to visit Ukraine, here is the guideline. The easiest way to get into Ukraine is insuring yourself through a Ukrainian insurer, and having a document in English to prove you have been vaccinated fully against bat virus.
I usually have health insurance that automatically covers me through my credit card when I pay for the flight with it. When I’m in Ukraine, I have a PCR test done. Less than 24 hours later I have the negative result and then I’m good to go.
That’s a good way to do it or you can also take a test and time it so the results are right before you leave. They will honor the result for 72 hours.
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