Bulgaria fully reopens borders to Ukrainians, dropping PCR testing, quarantine requirements
Ukrainian citizens are once again allowed to cross into Bulgaria without a mandatory coronavirus test and 14-day quarantine upon arrival, the Ukrainian Embassy in Bulgaria reports.
"On July 30, Decision No. RD-01-443 of the Ministry of Health was updated, according to which, starting from July 31 to August 31 of this year, citizens of Ukraine are allowed to enter the territory of Bulgaria without the need to provide a document proving a negative COVID-19 PCR test and without needing to go through a 14-day quarantine," the report says.
As UNIAN reported, on July 28 it became known that Ukrainians from July 30 will be able to get to Bulgaria only with a negative PCR test for COVID-19.
Prior to that, from July 16, Ukrainian citizens had been allowed to enter Bulgaria without passing a coronavirus test and undergoing a 14-day quarantine.