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Kyrgyzstan travel restrictions

Open for citizens: no Open for foreigners: no Open for tourism: partial Quarantine: no
Flight Restrictions

Flights to Kyrgyzstan are suspended.

Quarantine

Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine.

Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country

Vaccination

Yellow fever (prior to 2013)
Country requirement at entry: a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers aged 1 year
or over arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission and for travellers having transited for
more than 12 hours through an airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

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  • Kyrgyzstan *****

    International restrictions:

    Limited commercial air service resumed on 15 June (Fly Dubai and Turkish).
    All foreign nationals are barred entry into the country. The following categories of foreign travellers are exempt from the inbound travel ban: Immediate family members of citizens of Kyrgyzstan (subject to confirmation of kinship); Foreign diplomatic (UN) and consular staff and their family members (given an advance notice of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan). Travel by car between cities is prohibited, however UN vehicles are allowed to move between provinces. Members of train, locomotive and aircraft crews; freight drivers. Kyrgyz Temir Zholu employees working in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
    All visa services have been suspended. Entering the country or crossing at land borders with national IDs is temporarily suspended; this includes Kyrgyzstan residents. All residents are only allowed to enter Kyrgyzstan with valid passports. All land borders with China and Uzbekistan are closed. Borders with Kazakhstan remain open only for transportation of goods and movement of Kazakh and Kyrgyz citizens returning to the country of origin. Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine. International flights have been suspended until further notice.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The Kyrgyz Government advise limiting movement to essential travel only.If you are going to a public place you should wear a mask. If you are going out you will need to carry ID and a written copy of the following information: full name; telephone number; reason for leaving the house; time of leaving; expected time of return; home address / address of residence; destination address. Additional restrictions will be placed on those entering and exiting large cities. Restrictions on moving between villages, towns and cities across the rest of Kyrgyzstan remain in place. Individuals under observation or treatment for coronavirus are prohibited from leaving their homes. In Bishkek public transport will only be available between 07:00 and 10:00 and 17:00-21:00 on weekdays. There will be no service during the weekends. Taxi services can continue to operate following strict hygiene practices.
    Bishkek city is reintroducing a number of restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    Public transport will only be available between 07:00 and 10:00 and 17:00-21:00 on weekdays. There will be no service during the weekends. Taxi services can continue to operate following strict hygiene practices. Cafes and restaurants will only open 10:00 -20:00.. Supermarkets and shopping centers will only open 09:00 to 20:00 and markets from 05:00 to 16:00. The following activities are prohibited: Entertainment venues including nightclubs, bars, and karaoke clubs. Children’s entertainment centres, football fields, bicycle hire facilities and playgrounds. Access to parks and squares will be restricted. Similar restrictions have been introduced in Osh city and Chui province. In Osh services at mosques are also suspended. Other areas may also introduce restrictions. Many businesses and public spaces in the rest of Kyrgyzstan have now reopened. Businesses should be following additional hygiene and sanitary requirements. In some cases you may be refused entry if you are not wearing a mask, and may be subject to temperature checks and hand washing requirements on entry. You should comply with hygiene and social distancing requirements. Events and public gatherings are still banned. Cinemas, entertainment centres, nightclubs and food courts in shopping centres remain closed. Intercity public transport is still suspended. However daily flights between Osh and Bishkek have now resumed. Government advice remains to stay at home as far as possible.

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    07.07.2020
  • Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan has shut down public transport in the capital Bishkek and the routes between all of its provinces until Monday 22 June (Routers, 20.06.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Limited commercial air service will resumed on June 15, 2020.
    All foreign nationals are barred entry into the country. The following categories of foreign travellers are exempt from the inbound travel ban: Immediate family members of citizens of Kyrgyzstan (subject to confirmation of kinship); Foreign diplomatic (UN) and consular staff and their family members (given an advance notice of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan). Travel by car between cities is prohibited, however UN vehicles are allowed to move between provinces. Members of train, locomotive and aircraft crews; freight drivers. Kyrgyz Temir Zholu employees working in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
    All visa services have been suspended. Entering the country or crossing at land borders with national IDs is temporarily suspended; this includes Kyrgyzstan residents. All residents are only allowed to enter Kyrgyzstan with valid passports. All land borders with China and Uzbekistan are closed. Borders with Kazakhstan remain open only for transportation of goods and movement of Kazakh and Kyrgyz citizens returning to the country of origin. Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine. International flights have been suspended until further notice.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Kyrgyz Government advise limiting movement to essential travel only.If you are going to a public place you should wear a mask. If you are going out you will need to carry ID and a written copy of the following information: full name; telephone number; reason for leaving the house; time of leaving; expected time of return; home address / address of residence; destination address. Additional restrictions will be placed on those entering and exiting large cities. Restrictions on moving between villages, towns and cities across the rest of Kyrgyzstan remain in place. Individuals under observation or treatment for coronavirus are prohibited from leaving their homes. From 22 June public transport will be suspended in Bishkek over the weekend, other areas may also introduce restrictions.

    *****

    Relaxation of restrictions:

    Domestic flights, public transit in Kyrgyz Republic to resumed from 5 June (Reuters, 03.06.2020)
    Many businesses and public spaces in Kyrgyzstan have now reopened. Businesses should be following additional hygiene and sanitary requirements. In some cases you may be refused entry if you are not wearing a mask, and may be subject to temperature checks and hand washing requirements on entry. You should comply with hygiene and social distancing requirements. Events and public gatherings are still banned. Cinemas, entertainment centres, nightclubs and food courts in shopping centers remain closed. Intercity public transport is still suspended. However daily flights between Osh and Bishkek have now resumed. Government advice remains to stay at home as far as possible.

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    23.06.2020
  • Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan has shut down public transport in the capital Bishkek and the routes between all of its provinces until Monday 22 June (Routers, 20.06.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Limited commercial air service will resumed on June 15, 2020.
    All foreign nationals are barred entry into the country. The following categories of foreign travellers are exempt from the inbound travel ban: Immediate family members of citizens of Kyrgyzstan (subject to confirmation of kinship); Foreign diplomatic (UN) and consular staff and their family members (given an advance notice of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan). Travel by car between cities is prohibited, however UN vehicles are allowed to move between provinces. Members of train, locomotive and aircraft crews; freight drivers. Kyrgyz Temir Zholu employees working in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
    All visa services have been suspended. Entering the country or crossing at land borders with national IDs is temporarily suspended; this includes Kyrgyzstan residents. All residents are only allowed to enter Kyrgyzstan with valid passports. All land borders with China and Uzbekistan are closed. Borders with Kazakhstan remain open only for transportation of goods and movement of Kazakh and Kyrgyz citizens returning to the country of origin. Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine. International flights have been suspended until further notice.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    A countrywide situation of emergency has extended until further notice. However, the regulation has been lifted in the capital Bishkek, Osh (Osh province), Jalal-Abad (Jalal-Abad province).
    Prime Minister Muhammadkaly Abylgaziev reported that ‘quarantine’ will be introduced in areas particularly impacted by COVID-19, including Bishkek and Osh cities, as well as, at-Bashy district (Naryn province) and Kanysh-Kiya village (Jalal-Abad province) without confirming exact regulations.
    Public transport services are suspended until further notice.
    Restrictions on outbound travel from Issyk-Kul province are in place from 00.01 on 4 May, only holders of special permits issued by regional authorities will be allowed to exit the region. All inbound travellers will be required to present test certificates and will be subject to mandatory 14-day home isolation.

    *****

    Relaxation of restrictions:

    Domestic flights, public transit in Kyrgyz Republic to resumed from 5 June (Reuters, 03.06.2020)
    Kyrgyzstan will lift most of the remaining coronavirus-related restrictions in the coming days, reopening the retail and services sectors and public transportation, the government said on Tuesday 19 May. Public transit will also restart work from May 25. Higher-risk facilities such as public pools and saunas will remain closed and so will schools, although kindergartens may reopen in June. (Reuters, 19.05.2020)

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    20.06.2020
  • Kyrgyzstan The Kyrgyz Republic Civil Aviation Authority and Manas Airport have announced that limited commercial air service will resume on June 15, 2020.

    International restrictions:

    All foreign nationals are barred entry into the country. The following categories of foreign travellers are exempt from the inbound travel ban: Immediate family members of citizens of Kyrgyzstan (subject to confirmation of kinship); Foreign diplomatic (UN) and consular staff and their family members (given an advance notice of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan). Travel by car between cities is prohibited, however UN vehicles are allowed to move between provinces. Members of train, locomotive and aircraft crews; freight drivers. Kyrgyz Temir Zholu employees working in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
    All visa services have been suspended. Entering the country or crossing at land borders with national IDs is temporarily suspended; this includes Kyrgyzstan residents. All residents are only allowed to enter Kyrgyzstan with valid passports. All land borders with China and Uzbekistan are closed. Borders with Kazakhstan remain open only for transportation of goods and movement of Kazakh and Kyrgyz citizens returning to the country of origin. Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine. International flights have been suspended until further notice.

    Internal restrictions:

    A countrywide situation of emergency has extended until further notice. However, the regulation has been lifted in the capital Bishkek, Osh (Osh province), Jalal-Abad (Jalal-Abad province).
    Prime Minister Muhammadkaly Abylgaziev reported that ‘quarantine’ will be introduced in areas particularly impacted by COVID-19, including Bishkek and Osh cities, as well as, at-Bashy district (Naryn province) and Kanysh-Kiya village (Jalal-Abad province) without confirming exact regulations.
    Public transport services are suspended until further notice.
    Restrictions on outbound travel from Issyk-Kul province are in place from 00.01 on 4 May, only holders of special permits issued by regional authorities will be allowed to exit the region. All inbound travellers will be required to present test certificates and will be subject to mandatory 14-day home isolation.

    Relaxation of restrictions:

    Domestic flights, public transit in Kyrgyz Republic to resumed from 5 June (Reuters, 03.06.2020)
    Kyrgyzstan will lift most of the remaining coronavirus-related restrictions in the coming days, reopening the retail and services sectors and public transportation, the government said on Tuesday 19 May. Public transit will also restart work from May 25. Higher-risk facilities such as public pools and saunas will remain closed and so will schools, although kindergartens may reopen in June. (Reuters, 19.05.2020)

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    05.06.2020
  • Kyrgyzstan Domestic flights, public transit in Kyrgyz Republic to resume from 5 June (Reuters, 03.06.2020)

    International restrictions:

    All foreign nationals are barred entry into the country. The following categories of foreign travellers are exempt from the inbound travel ban: Immediate family members of citizens of Kyrgyzstan (subject to confirmation of kinship); Foreign diplomatic (UN) and consular staff and their family members (given an advance notice of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan). Travel by car between cities is prohibited, however UN vehicles are allowed to move between provinces. Members of train, locomotive and aircraft crews; freight drivers. Kyrgyz Temir Zholu employees working in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
    All visa services have been suspended. Entering the country or crossing at land borders with national IDs is temporarily suspended; this includes Kyrgyzstan residents. All residents are only allowed to enter Kyrgyzstan with valid passports. All land borders with China and Uzbekistan are closed. Borders with Kazakhstan remain open only for transportation of goods and movement of Kazakh and Kyrgyz citizens returning to the country of origin. Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine. International flights have been suspended until further notice.

    Internal restrictions:

    A countrywide situation of emergency has extended until further notice. However, the regulation has been lifted in the capital Bishkek, Osh (Osh province), Jalal-Abad (Jalal-Abad province).
    Prime Minister Muhammadkaly Abylgaziev reported that ‘quarantine’ will be introduced in areas particularly impacted by COVID-19, including Bishkek and Osh cities, as well as, at-Bashy district (Naryn province) and Kanysh-Kiya village (Jalal-Abad province) without confirming exact regulations.
    Public transport services are suspended until further notice.
    Restrictions on outbound travel from Issyk-Kul province are in place from 00.01 on 4 May, only holders of special permits issued by regional authorities will be allowed to exit the region. All inbound travellers will be required to present test certificates and will be subject to mandatory 14-day home isolation.

    Relaxation of restrictions:

    Kyrgyzstan will lift most of the remaining coronavirus-related restrictions in the coming days, reopening the retail and services sectors and public transportation, the government said on Tuesday 19 May. Public transit will also restart work from May 25. Higher-risk facilities such as public pools and saunas will remain closed and so will schools, although kindergartens may reopen in June. (Reuters, 19.05.2020)

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    03.06.2020
  • Kyrgyzstan

    International restrictions:

    All foreign nationals are barred entry into the country. The following categories of foreign travellers are exempt from the inbound travel ban: Immediate family members of citizens of Kyrgyzstan (subject to confirmation of kinship); Foreign diplomatic (UN) and consular staff and their family members (given an advance notice of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan). Travel by car between cities is prohibited, however UN vehicles are allowed to move between provinces. Members of train, locomotive and aircraft crews; freight drivers. Kyrgyz Temir Zholu employees working in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. All visa services have been suspended. Entering the country or crossing at land borders with national IDs is temporarily suspended; this includes Kyrgyzstan residents. All residents are only allowed to enter Kyrgyzstan with valid passports. All land borders with China and Uzbekistan are closed. Borders with Kazakhstan remain open only for transportation of goods and movement of Kazakh and Kyrgyz citizens returning to the country of origin. Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine. International flights have been suspended until further notice.

    Internal restrictions:

    A countrywide situation of emergency has extended until further notice. However, the regulation has been lifted in the capital Bishkek, Osh (Osh province), Jalal-Abad (Jalal-Abad province). Prime Minister Muhammadkaly Abylgaziev reported that ‘quarantine’ will be introduced in areas particularly impacted by COVID-19, including Bishkek and Osh cities, as well as, at-Bashy district (Naryn province) and Kanysh-Kiya village (Jalal-Abad province) without confirming exact regulations. Public transport services are suspended until further notice. Restrictions on outbound travel from Issyk-Kul province are in place from 00.01 on 4 May, only holders of special permits issued by regional authorities will be allowed to exit the region. All inbound travellers will be required to present test certificates and will be subject to mandatory 14-day home isolation.

    Relaxation of restrictions:

    Kyrgyzstan will lift most of the remaining coronavirus-related restrictions in the coming days, reopening the retail and services sectors and public transportation, the government said on Tuesday 19 May. Public transit will also restart work from May 25. Higher-risk facilities such as public pools and saunas will remain closed and so will schools, although kindergartens may reopen in June. (Reuters, 19.05.2020)

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    19.05.2020
  • Kyrgyzstan The government of Kyrgyzstan announced extension of State of Emergency 10 May. (Reuters, 28.04.2020)

    International restrictions:

    All foreign nationals are barred entry into the country. The following categories of foreign travellers are exempt from the inbound travel ban: Immediate family members of citizens of Kyrgyzstan (subject to confirmation of kinship); Foreign diplomatic (UN) and consular staff and their family members (given an advance notice of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan). Travel by car between cities is prohibited, however UN vehicles are allowed to move between provinces. Members of train, locomotive and aircraft crews; freight drivers. Kyrgyz Temir Zholu employees working in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. All visa services have been suspended. Entering the country or crossing at land borders with national IDs is temporarily suspended; this includes Kyrgyzstan residents. All residents are only allowed to enter Kyrgyzstan with valid passports. All land borders with China and Uzbekistan are closed. Borders with Kazakhstan remain open only for transportation of goods and movement of Kazakh and Kyrgyz citizens returning to the country of origin. Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine. International flights have been suspended until further notice.

    Internal restrictions:

    A countrywide situation of emergency has extended until further notice. However, the regulation has been lifted in the capital Bishkek, Osh (Osh province), Jalal-Abad (Jalal-Abad province). Prime Minister Muhammadkaly Abylgaziev reported that ‘quarantine’ will be introduced in areas particularly impacted by COVID-19, including Bishkek and Osh cities, as well as, at-Bashy district (Naryn province) and Kanysh-Kiya village (Jalal-Abad province) without confirming exact regulations. Public transport services are suspended until further notice. Restrictions on outbound travel from Issyk-Kul province are in place from 00.01 on 4 May, only holders of special permits issued by regional authorities will be allowed to exit the region. All inbound travellers will be required to present test certificates and will be subject to mandatory 14-day home isolation.

    Source: Reuters https://pandemic.internationalsos.com/2019-ncov/ncov-travel-restrictions-flight-operations-and-screening https://kg.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/

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    12.05.2020
  • Kyrgyzstan The government of Kyrgyzstan announced extension of State of Emergency 10 May. (Reuters, 28.04.2020)

    International restrictions:

    All foreign nationals are barred entry into the country.
    The following categories of foreign travellers are exempt from the inbound travel ban:
    Immediate family members of citizens of Kyrgyzstan (subject to confirmation of kinship);
    Foreign diplomatic (UN) and consular staff and their family members (given an advance notice of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan). Travel by car between cities is prohibited, however UN vehicles are allowed to move between provinces.
    Members of train, locomotive and aircraft crews; freight drivers.
    Kyrgyz Temir Zholu employees working in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
    All visa services have been suspended.
    Entering the country or crossing at land borders with national IDs is temporarily suspended; this includes Kyrgyzstan residents. All residents are only allowed to enter Kyrgyzstan with valid passports.
    All land borders with China and Uzbekistan are closed. Borders with Kazakhstan remain open only for transportation of goods and movement of Kazakh and Kyrgyz citizens returning to the country of origin.
    Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine.
    International flights have been suspended until further notice.

    Internal restrictions:

    A countrywide situation of emergency has been introduced. It includes a curfew in certain locations from 20.00 to 07.00 (local time). Public transport services, with the exception of some trolleybuses, in the capital Bishkek have been suspended until further notice. Restrictions on outbound travel from Issyk-Kul province are in place from 00.01 on 4 May, only holders of special permits issued by regional authorities will be allowed to exit the region. All inbound travellers will be required to present test certificates and will be subject to mandatory 14-day home isolation.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source [https://pandemic.internationalsos.com/2019-ncov/ncov-travel-restrictions-flight-operations-and-screening]
    [https://kg.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/]
    [https://www.osac.gov/Content/Report/0b188dc8-9621-4fc3-8f2c-18dbba6df20c]
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