Croatia, a popular tourist destination for Ukrainians, has been added to the list of countries assigned to the so-called "red zone" of COVID-19 threat, Ukraine's State Agency for Tourism Development reports.

Upon returning from this country, Ukrainians will be obliged to undergo self-isolation, the agency's press service reported on Facebook.

"The list of countries in the red and green zones has been updated as of August 30. Information on the countries where Ukrainians can fly on vacation: Croatia is in the red zone," the statement says.

It is noted that Albania and Montenegro also remain in the "red" zone.

Read alsoUkraine prolongs quarantine until Nov 1"We remind you that upon returning from a vacation in the red zone countries, Ukrainians must go for self-isolation using the  Dii Vdoma mobile application. Early termination of the self-isolation period is possible after a negative PCR test returns," the agency wrote.

At the same time, other popular vacation destinations – Bulgaria, Egypt, and Turkey – are in the "green" zone.

List of countries that are open for Ukrainian tourists:

Turkey, Serbia, Albania, Northern Macedonia, Montenegro, Croatia, Belarus, Armenia, United Kingdom, the United States, Mexico, Egypt, Republic of Korea, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Zambia, Tanzania, Burundi, Bahamas islands, Lebanon, Djibouti, Burkina Faso, Togo, Chad, Bulgaria, Slovenia, UAE, Ireland, Maldives, Antigua and Barbuda, Ecuador, Jamaica, Cambodia, Comoros, Kazakhstan, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Sudan, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, the island country of Saint Lucia, located in the Caribbean Sea, Kazakhstan, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, and Sudan.