Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers has cancelled mandatory self-isolation or observation for foreign citizens entering the territory of Ukraine if they have a negative result of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing for COVID-19 conducted after crossing the state border.
The Cabinet approved the change in the entry rules for foreigners on June 25, according to the State Agency for Tourism Development of Ukraine.
The government also gave details about requirements for insurance policies of foreigners and stateless persons crossing Ukraine's state border.
A policy must be issued by an insurance company that is registered in Ukraine, or a foreign insurance company that has a representative office in Ukraine or a contractual relationship with an insurance partner (a healthcare management organization) in Ukraine.
The policy must cover the costs associated with the treatment of COVID-19, observation and the entire duration of stay in Ukraine.
As was reported earlier, citizens who come to Ukraine from the "red-zone" countries (the worst COVID-19-affected regions) must undergo 14-day observation or use the "Dii Vdoma" ("Act At Home") GPS tracking app.
If a traveler arrives from the "green" zones (the least COVID-19-affected regions), he or she may cross the border without hindrance when an insurance policy is available.