Albania, Bulgaria, Egypt, and Turkey are on the list where Ukrainians can fly on vacation / REUTERS

Ukraine's Health Ministry has updated the list of countries in terms of the level of coronavirus spread and corresponding travel restrictions applied.

The relevant list of countries with information on the number of active COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people as of September 11 has been posted on the ministry's website.

Red zone

So far, the list includes 44 countries, whereas there were 50 of them a week ago. Upon returning from these countries, Ukrainians must go for 14-day self-isolation using the Dii Vdoma mobile application. Early termination of the self-isolation period is possible after negative PCR test returns.

The list includes Israel, Argentina, the Maldives, Peru, Spain, Brazil, the U.S., the Republic of Moldova, France, Monaco, and dozens of other countries. Croatia and Montenegro are among popular tourist destinations where Ukrainians are not allowed to fly on vacation.

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In total, 156 countries + Ukraine got into the green zone, whereas there were 150 of them a week ago. Ukraine is included in the list of green zone countries with an indicator of active COVID-19 patients at 88.1 per 100,000 people.

The list includes such countries as Romania, the Czech Republic, Malta, Armenia, North Macedonia, Mexico, Austria, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Portugal, Belgium, Hungary, Russia, Kazakhstan, Great Britain, Ireland, Denmark, Italy, Greece, Belarus, Sweden, Poland, Germany, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Seychelles, etc.

Albania, Bulgaria, Egypt, and Turkey are also on the list where Ukrainians can fly on vacation. Citizens arriving from the green zone countries enter the territory of Ukraine without restrictions.


  • Since August 1, Ukraine has changed its approach to the formation of the list of red and green zone countries in terms of the spread of coronavirus. Now the European system is applied according to two indicators, namely the increase in new COVID-19 patients and the total percentage of COVID-19 patients.
  • A country belongs to the red zone if the growth rate of COVID-19 patients in the past 14 days exceeds that in Ukraine and if the percentage of people infected with coronavirus in a particular country in the past 14 days, compared to the previous two weeks, exceeds 30%.