Ukraine has abolished the requirement to have "covid" documents for Ukrainian citizens when returning home

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Ukraine has abolished the requirement to have "covid" documents for Ukrainian citizens when returning home

Ukraine has abolished the requirement to have "covid" documents for Ukrainian citizens when returning home

On February 23, 2022, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine canceled the requirement for mandatory self-isolation and installation of the Vdoma app for Ukrainians who returned from abroad and do not have a vaccination document, a negative test or a certificate of recovery.

This means that in order to cross the state border of Ukraine, its citizens are not required to have “covid” documents:

• "yellow" or "green" COVID-certificate,

• a document on the results of testing for COVID-19,

• certificate of recovery.

That is, Ukrainians only need a passport to return to Ukraine, as it was in pre-pandemic times.


In addition, the changes lifted the ban on crossing the state border for foreigners arriving from 8 countries of South Africa: South Africa, the Republic of Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, the Kingdom of Lesotho, the Kingdom of Eswatini, Mozambique, the Republic of Malawi.


Current entry rules and a 24-hour hotline are always at https://visitukraine.today.