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Belarus travel restrictions

COVID-19 Vacc. -44.67%
Open for citizens: yes Open for foreigners: partial Open for tourism: partial Quarantine: partial
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Published on 18.10.2021, Belavia:

EU to seek sanctions on Belarus airline over migrant arrivals.

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  • Passengers travelling to Belarus are required to hold a negative Covid-19 PCR test certificate obtained at least 72 hours prior to departure.
  • This does not apply to:
    • Nationals and residents of Belarus,
    • Passengers travelling from Afghanistan, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, Colombia, Congo (Democratic Republic of Congo), Congo (Republic of the Congo), Costa Rica, Cote d’Ivoire, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, France, Gabon, Gambia, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, India, Iran, Israel, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Mali, Malta, Mauritania, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Rwanda, Saint Lucia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Somalia, South Africa, Spain, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Sudan, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Timor-Leste, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela, Zambia or Zimbabwe,
    • Passengers in transit, provided holding proof that they will depart from Belarus within 24 hours by other means of transportation,
    • Diplomats and employees of diplomatic missions, as well as members of official delegations,
    • Employees of international organisations located in Belarus and their families,
    • Interstate drivers,
    • Crew members,
    • Passengers who transport stem cells and organs for transplantation.
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Flight Restrictions

published 23.10.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers must have a printed medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival. The certificate must be in Belarusian, English or in Russian.
– This does not apply to passengrs arriving from Afghanistan, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, Chile, Colombia, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Costa Rica, Cote d’Ivoire, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Rep., Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, France, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Iceland, India, Iran, Iraq, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lao People’s Dem. Rep., Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritania, Mexico, Moldova (Rep.), Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, Nicaragua, North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Somalia, South Africa, Spain, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Sudan, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Timor-Leste, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, USA, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Venezuela, Zambia or Zimbabwe.
– This does not apply to passengers in transit who will leave Belarus within 24 hours by other means of transportation. Documents proving transit must be presented.

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Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation.

There are different requirements in place for arrivals from other countries. For example, arrivals from a listed Red Zone country as designated by the Belarusian Ministry of Health must provide a negative PCR test certificate in either Belarusian, Russian or English and self-isolate for 7 days. You should check the specific entry and COVID-19 test requirements set by the Belarusian authorities and your airline in advance of your flight.
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Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

All foreign arrivals, above the age of six, must have a medical certificate (PCR) showing a negative coronavirus test result, issued no later than 72 hours before entry. This requirement does not apply to holders of permanent or temporary residency in Belarus.

Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-10-10
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 4218130
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 50823
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 44.67
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 5382

Yellow fever (2015)
Country requirement at entry: no
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

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Full Restrictions

  • Belarus Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Belarus: Entry into the Republic of Belarus through a land border for foreign citizens has been suspended. There is a narrow list of concessions, including for holders of permanent/temporary residency – you should check the State Border Committee website for details. If you fall into one of the concessional categories, you should be aware that checks at the border might take longer than usual. If you plan to enter or exit Belarus by land, we advise you check the travel advice of the relevant neighbouring country, as coronavirus-related restrictions may be put in place at short notice.
    Flights continue to operate in and out of Minsk National Airport as normal. Please see the “Safety and security section” on latest flight information, including the suspension of the operating permit of Belarusian airline Belavia to fly between the UK and Belarus, meaning there will no longer be any direct flights from Belarus to the UK.
    Foreign arrivals above the age of six, without vaccine certification must have a medical PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) certificate showing a negative coronavirus test result, issued no later than 72 hours before entry. This requirement does not apply to holders of permanent or temporary residency in Belarus. Arrivals who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are not required to self-isolate for 7 days or produce a negative PCR test certificate provided the second dose was administered more than 1 but less than 12 months before arrival. You must provide evidence of full vaccination. This should be original or copy of COVID certificate (printed version) either in Belarusian, Russian or English. The certificate should include your full name and date of vaccination.
    There are different requirements in place for arrivals from other countries. For example, arrivals from a listed Red Zone country as designated by the Belarusian Ministry of Health must provide a negative PCR test certificate in either Belarusian, Russian or English and self-isolate for 7 days. You should check the specific entry and COVID-19 test requirements set by the Belarusian authorities and your airline in advance of your flight.
    You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact your embassy for full details of what’s required.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Transiting: There are no separate rules for transiting Belarus, other than the requirements set out below.
    *Quarantine requirements: There is no need to self-isolate or provide a negative coronavirus test certificate for BNs who plan to transit Belarus within 24 hours and provide evidence they will exit within this time-frame.

    Internal restrictions:

    *Travel in Belarus: There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels remain open and there are no restrictions in place. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open.

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    30.07.2021
  • Belarus Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Belarus: Entry into the Republic of Belarus through a land border for foreign citizens has been temporarily suspended. There is a narrow list of concessions, including for those who have a permanent/temporary residence permit – you should check the State Border Committee website for more information. If you fall into one of the concessional categories, you should be aware that checks at the border might take longer than usual. If you plan to enter or exit Belarus by land, we also advise you to check the travel advice of the relevant neighbouring country, as coronavirus-related border restrictions may be put in place at short notice.
    No one can currently leave Belarus by a land border unless they have a valid exemption as set out by the Council of Ministers. Flights continue to operate in and out of Minsk National Airport as normal.
    All foreign arrivals, above the age of six, must have a medical certificate (PCR) showing a negative coronavirus test result, issued no later than 72 hours before entry. This requirement does not apply to holders of permanent or temporary residency in Belarus.
    There are different requirements in place for arrivals from other countries. You should check the specific COVID-19 test requirements set by the Belarusian authorities and your airline in advance of your flight. Different airlines have different requirements and may refuse boarding if they are not met. You must wear a protective face mask in all indoor public spaces, on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport.
    You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact the nearest Embassy of the Republic of Belarus for full details of what’s required.
    *Transiting: There are no separate rules for transiting Belarus, other than the requirements set out below.
    *Quarantine requirements: There is no need to self-isolate or provide a negative coronavirus test certificate for BNs who plan to transit Belarus within 24 hours and provide evidence they will exit within this time-frame.

    Internal restrictions:

    *Travel in Belarus: There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels remain open and there are no restrictions in place. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open.

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    06.07.2021
  • Belarus Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Belarus: Entry into the Republic of Belarus through a land border for foreign citizens has been temporarily suspended. There is a narrow list of concessions, including for those who have a permanent/temporary residence permit – you should check the State Border Committee website for more information. If you fall into one of the concessional categories, you should be aware that checks at the border might take longer than usual. If you plan to enter or exit Belarus by land, we also advise you to check the travel advice of the relevant neighbouring country, as coronavirus-related border restrictions may be put in place at short notice.
    No one can currently leave Belarus by a land border unless they have a valid exemption as set out by the Council of Ministers. Flights continue to operate in and out of Minsk National Airport as normal.
    All foreign arrivals, above the age of six, must have a medical certificate (PCR) showing a negative coronavirus test result, issued no later than 72 hours before entry. This requirement does not apply to holders of permanent or temporary residency in Belarus.
    There are different requirements in place for arrivals from other countries. You should check the specific COVID-19 test requirements set by the Belarusian authorities and your airline in advance of your flight. Different airlines have different requirements and may refuse boarding if they are not met.
    You must wear a protective face mask in all indoor public spaces, on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport.
    You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus for full details of what’s required.
    *Transiting: There are no separate rules for transiting Belarus, other than the requirements set out below.
    *Quarantine requirements: There is no need to self-isolate or provide a negative coronavirus test certificate for BNs who plan to transit Belarus within 24 hours and provide evidence they will exit within this time-frame.

    Internal restrictions:

    *Travel in Belarus: There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels remain open and there are no restrictions in place. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open.

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    03.07.2021
  • Belarus Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Belarus: Entry into the Republic of Belarus through a land border for foreign citizens has been temporarily suspended. There is a narrow list of concessions, including for those who have a permanent/temporary residence permit – you should check the State Border Committee website for more information. If you fall into one of the concessional categories, you should be aware that checks at the border might take longer than usual. If you plan to enter or exit Belarus by land, we also advise you to check the travel advice of the relevant neighbouring country, as coronavirus-related border restrictions may be put in place at short notice.
    No one can currently leave Belarus by a land border unless they have a valid exemption as set out by the Council of Ministers. Flights continue to operate in and out of Minsk National Airport as normal.
    All foreign arrivals, above the age of six, must have a medical certificate (PCR) showing a negative coronavirus test result, issued no later than 72 hours before entry. This requirement does not apply to holders of permanent or temporary residency in Belarus.
    There are different requirements in place for arrivals from other countries. You should check the specific COVID-19 test requirements set by the Belarusian authorities and your airline in advance of your flight. Different airlines have different requirements and may refuse boarding if they are not met.
    You must wear a protective face mask in all indoor public spaces, on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport.
    You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact your local Embassy of the Republic of Belarus for full details of what’s required.
    *Transiting: There are no separate rules for transiting Belarus, other than the requirements set out below.
    *Quarantine requirements: There is no need to self-isolate or provide a negative coronavirus test certificate for BNs who plan to transit Belarus within 24 hours and provide evidence they will exit within this time-frame.

    Internal restrictions:

    *Travel in Belarus: There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels remain open and there are no restrictions in place. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open.

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    17.05.2021
  • Belarus Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Belarus: Entry into the Republic of Belarus through a land border for foreign citizens has been temporarily suspended. There is a narrow list of concessions, including for those who have a permanent/temporary residence permit – you should check the State Border Committee website for more information. If you fall into one of the concessional categories, you should be aware that checks at the border might take longer than usual. If you plan to enter or exit Belarus by land, we also advise you to check the travel advice of the relevant neighbouring country, as coronavirus-related border restrictions may be put in place at short notice.
    No one can currently leave Belarus by a land border unless they have a valid exemption as set out by the Council of Ministers. Flights continue to operate in and out of Minsk National Airport as normal.
    All foreign arrivals, above the age of six, must have a medical certificate (PCR) showing a negative coronavirus test result, issued no later than 72 hours before entry. This requirement does not apply to holders of permanent or temporary residency in Belarus.
    All arrivals must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms, if their nationality is listed here. There is no need to self-isolate or provide a negative coronavirus test certificate for nationals who plan to transit Belarus within 24 hours and provide evidence they will exit within this time-frame.
    There are different requirements in place for arrivals from other countries. You should check the specific COVID-19 test requirements set by the Belarusian authorities and your airline in advance of your flight. Different airlines have different requirements and may refuse boarding if they are not met. You must wear a protective face mask in all indoor public spaces, on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport. You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact your nearest Belarussian Embassy for full details of what’s required.
    *Transiting: There are no separate rules for transiting Belarus, other than the requirements set out below.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals included on this list must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. There is no need to self-isolate or provide a negative coronavirus test certificate for BNs who plan to transit Belarus within 24 hours and provide evidence they will exit within this time-frame.

    Internal restrictions:

    *Travel in Belarus: There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels remain open and there are no restrictions in place. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open.

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    05.05.2021
  • Belarus Latest News: Belgium authorities will extend travel ban on planes and trains coming from U.K. for another 24 hours (Reuters, 21.12.2020). Border guards ordered to ban citizens returning from abroad to prevent spread of COVID-19 (Reuters, 05.11.2020). Belarussian cross-border travel restricted to Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine because of epidemiological situation (Reuters, 29.10.2020). Cross-border travel restricted to Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine because of epidemiological situation (Reuters, 29.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    On 29 October, the government of Belarus closed the land borders between Belarus and Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, and Ukraine for all foreign citizens. Flights continue to operate into and out of Minsk National Airport as normal. You must wear a protective face mask on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport. You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus for full details of what’s required.
    It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual.
    Arrivals from certain countries affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms.

    Internal restrictions:

    *Entry to Belarus: From midnight on 20 December, the government of Belarus will introduce additional exit controls at its land borders. No one can leave Belarus by a land border unless they have a valid exemption as set out by the Council of Ministers. Flights continue to operate in and out of Minsk National Airport as normal. Entering Belarus through the land border is only possible for those BNs who have temporary or permanent residency in Belarus. All foreign arrivals, above the age of six, must have a medical certificate (PCR) showing a negative coronavirus test result, issued no later than 72 hours before entry. This requirement does not apply to holders of permanent or temporary residency in Belarus. All arrivals must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. There are different requirements in place for arrivals from other countries. You should check the specific COVID-19 test requirements set by the Belarusian authorities and your airline in advance of your flight. Different airlines have different requirements and may refuse boarding if they are not met. You must wear a protective face mask in all indoor public spaces, on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport. You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact local Belarusian Embassy for full details of what’s required. It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual. If you are planning to enter or exit Belarus by land, we advise you to check the travel advice of the relevant neighbouring country, as coronavirus-related border restrictions may be put in place at short notice.
    *Transiting: There are no separate rules for transiting Belarus, other than the requirements set out below.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals from must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. There is no need to self-isolate or provide a negative coronavirus test certificate for BNs who plan to transit Belarus within 24 hours and provide evidence they will exit within this time-frame.

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    01.02.2021
  • Belarus Latest News: Border guards ordered to ban citizens returning from abroad to prevent spread of COVID-19 (Reuters, 05.11.2020). Belarussian cross-border travel restricted to Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine because of epidemiological situation (Reuters, 29.10.2020). Cross-border travel restricted to Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine because of epidemiological situation (Reuters, 29.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    On 29 October, the government of Belarus closed the land borders between Belarus and Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, and Ukraine for all foreign citizens. Flights continue to operate into and out of Minsk National Airport as normal. You must wear a protective face mask on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport. You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus for full details of what’s required.
    It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual.
    Arrivals from certain countries affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms.

    Internal restrictions:

    *Entry to Belarus: From midnight on 20 December, the government of Belarus will introduce additional exit controls at its land borders. No one can leave Belarus by a land border unless they have a valid exemption as set out by the Council of Ministers. Flights continue to operate in and out of Minsk National Airport as normal. Entering Belarus through the land border is only possible for those BNs who have temporary or permanent residency in Belarus. All foreign arrivals, above the age of six, must have a medical certificate (PCR) showing a negative coronavirus test result, issued no later than 72 hours before entry. This requirement does not apply to holders of permanent or temporary residency in Belarus. All arrivals must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. There are different requirements in place for arrivals from other countries. You should check the specific COVID-19 test requirements set by the Belarusian authorities and your airline in advance of your flight. Different airlines have different requirements and may refuse boarding if they are not met. You must wear a protective face mask in all indoor public spaces, on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport. You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact local Belarusian Embassy for full details of what’s required. It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual. If you are planning to enter or exit Belarus by land, we advise you to check the travel advice of the relevant neighbouring country, as coronavirus-related border restrictions may be put in place at short notice.
    *Transiting: There are no separate rules for transiting Belarus, other than the requirements set out below.
    *Quarantine requirements: All arrivals from must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. There is no need to self-isolate or provide a negative coronavirus test certificate for BNs who plan to transit Belarus within 24 hours and provide evidence they will exit within this time-frame.

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    18.12.2020
  • Belarus Latest News: Belarussian cross-border travel restricted to Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine because of epidemiological situation (Reuters, 29.10.2020). Cross-border travel restricted to Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine because of epidemiological situation (Reuters, 29.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    On 29 October, the government of Belarus closed the land borders between Belarus and Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, and Ukraine for all foreign citizens. Flights continue to operate into and out of Minsk National Airport as normal. You must wear a protective face mask on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport. You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus for full details of what’s required.
    It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual.
    Arrivals from certain countries affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms.

    Internal restrictions:

    There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels, shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open without restrictions in place. Public transportation is operating.

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    30.10.2020
  • Belarus The government of Belarus has changed the conditions of entry and transit through the country from October 22, 2020. The new rules are stipulated by Resolution No. 591 of October 13, 2020.

    The document says that all citizens of Belarus entering from the countries of the red zone, foreigners and stateless persons must go through 10 days of self-isolation. During this period, they will not be able to leave the country until the end of the quarantine period. However, a coronavirus test is not required.

    Also, persons who were in transit through the states of the red zone are subject to self-isolation, if they cannot document that the transit time did not exceed 24 hours.

    Foreigners and stateless persons arriving in Belarus from countries of the green zone must present a certificate of passing a PCR test for coronavirus in Russian, Belarusian or English, which was carried out no more than 72 hours before crossing the Belarusian border. In the absence of this certificate, border guards may refuse to enter the country.

    This rule does not apply to citizens of Belarus, foreigners and stateless persons arriving from the green zone countries who have a residence permit in Belarus.

    The government of the country also allowed transit through Belarus to foreigners and stateless persons who arrived from the red zone for one day. If this condition is met, such passengers are not subject to the requirement of self-isolation.

    The state airline “Belavia” additionally clarified that passengers in transit through Belarus from the green zone countries can cross the border without a medical certificate and additional control.

    The list of countries included in the red zone is published by the Ministry of Health of Belarus. Now it includes 131 states, including Ukraine.
    avianews.com

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    22.10.2020
  • Belarus Latest News: Authorities close border with Lithuania, and Poland, strengthen its border controls with Ukraine (Reuters, 17.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Belarus. You must wear a protective face mask on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport.
    You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus for full details of what’s required.
    It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual.
    Arrivals from certain countries affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms.

    Internal restrictions:

    There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels, shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open without restrictions in place. Public transportation is operating.

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    21.10.2020
  • Belarus Latest News: Authorities close border with Lithuania, and Poland, strengthen its border controls with Ukraine (Reuters, 17.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Belarus. Arrivals from certain countries affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for 14 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. You must wear a protective face mask on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport.
    You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus for full details of what’s required.
    It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual.
    Arrivals from certain countries affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for 14 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms.

    Internal restrictions:

    There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels, shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open without restrictions in place. Public transportation is operating.

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    30.09.2020
  • Belarus Latest News: Authorities close border with Lithuania, and Poland, strengthen its border controls with Ukraine (Reuters, 17.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Belarus. Arrivals from certain countries affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for 14 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. You must wear a protective face mask on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport.
    You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. Contact the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus for full details of what’s required.
    It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual.
    Arrivals from certain countries affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for 14 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms.

    Internal restrictions:

    There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels, shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open without restrictions in place.

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    18.09.2020
  • Belarus *****International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Belarus. Arrivals from certain countries affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for 14 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. You must wear a protective face mask on all Belavia flights and at Minsk National Airport. You’ll need to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. You’ll be asked to provide proof of your insurance when you apply for your visa or when you arrive at Minsk airport under the visa-free regime. There are local travel restrictions in place in Belarus.The Russian government has informed that there are no legal grounds for foreigners to cross the Russia-Belarus state border. It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual. There are no separate rules for transiting Belarus.
    On 26 March, the Belarusian government announced that all arrivals from countries that are affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for a period of 14 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. Those arriving from the UK with a medical certificate showing a negative coronavirus test result, issued no later than 48 hours before entry, will not need to self-isolate. Government officials are carrying out checks and people found not following self-isolation rules could be fined. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.

    *****Relaxation to restrictions:
    There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels, shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open without restrictions in place.

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    11.09.2020
  • Belarus *****International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Belarus. Check with your travel company for the latest information.
    On 26 March, the Belarusian government announced that all arrivals from countries that are affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for a period of 14 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. Government officials are carrying out checks and people found not following self-isolation rules could be fined. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities. Belavia has announced that, from 11 May, all passengers travelling on Belavia airlines will be required to provide and wear protective face masks on all flights. Face masks must also be worn at Minsk airport during check-in, security checks, and when travelling on airport buses. It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual.
    There are local travel restrictions in place in Belarus.The Russian government has informed that there are no legal grounds for foreigners to cross the Russia-Belarus state border.

    *****Relaxation to restrictions:
    There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels, shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open without restrictions in place.

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    24.07.2020
  • Belarus *****International Restrictions:
    On 26 March, the Belarusian government announced that all arrivals from countries that are affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for a period of 14 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. Government officials are carrying out checks and people found not following self-isolation rules could be fined. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities. Belavia has announced that, from 11 May, all passengers travelling on Belavia airlines will be required to provide and wear protective face masks on all flights. Face masks must also be worn at Minsk airport during check-in, security checks, and when travelling on airport buses. It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual.
    There are local travel restrictions in place in Belarus.The Russian government has informed that there are no legal grounds for foreigners to cross the Russia-Belarus state border.

    *****Internal Restrictions:

    *****Relaxation to restrictions:
    There are no local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. Hotels, shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries remain open without restrictions in place.

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    08.07.2020
  • Belarus *****International Restrictions:
    On 26 March, the Belarusian government announced that all arrivals from countries that are affected by coronavirus must self-isolate for a period of 14 days, regardless of whether they show symptoms. Government officials are carrying out checks and people found not following self-isolation rules could be fined. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities. Belavia has announced that, from 11 May, all passengers travelling on Belavia airlines will be required to provide and wear protective face masks on all flights. Face masks must also be worn at Minsk airport during check-in, security checks, and when travelling on airport buses. It is still possible to enter Belarus by land, however, given the current situation, checks at the border may take longer than usual.
    There are local travel restrictions in place in Belarus.The Russian government has informed that there are no legal grounds for foreigners to cross the Russia-Belarus state border.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    There are local travel restrictions in place in Belarus. This link contains the full list of measures (https://minsk.gov.by/ru/news/new/2020/04/08/704/).

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    25.06.2020
  • Belarus Belarus has not implemented any entry restrictions, but arriving travelers will be screened, and those showing symptoms may be quarantined. A completed awareness questionnaire must be presented on arrival and passengers must self-isolate for 14 days.
    – This does not apply to passengers in transit.

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    International restrictions:

    Chinese citizens and travellers who have been to China in the 14 days prior to arrival will have to go through health checks and fill in questionnaires at border checkpoints and the capital’s airport. Travellers from China, Iran, Italy, South Korea or other countries where the virus is active will undergo a full laboratory examination upon arrival. Increased screening measures have been introduced at Minsk International Airport (MSQ). Passengers with flu-like symptoms will be isolated for further medical monitoring. Belarus instituted a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine requirement for persons entering Belarus from countries where the COVID-19 virus is actively circulating. Neighbouring countries (Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Ukraine) have closed their land borders to foreigners with limited exceptions for cargo transport and diplomatic travellers.

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    15.06.2020
  • Belarus Belarus has not implemented any entry restrictions, but arriving travelers will be screened, and those showing symptoms may be quarantined. A completed awareness questionnaire must be presented on arrival and passengers must self-isolate for 14 days. – This does not apply to passengers in transit.

    International restrictions:

    Chinese citizens and travellers who have been to China in the 14 days prior to arrival will have to go through health checks and fill in questionnaires at border checkpoints and the capital’s airport. Travellers from China, Iran, Italy, South Korea or other countries where the virus is active will undergo a full laboratory examination upon arrival. Increased screening measures have been introduced at Minsk International Airport (MSQ). Passengers with flu-like symptoms will be isolated for further medical monitoring. Belarus instituted a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine requirement for persons entering Belarus from countries where the COVID-19 virus is actively circulating. Neighbouring countries (Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Ukraine) have closed their land borders to foreigners with limited exceptions for cargo transport and diplomatic travellers.

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    25.05.2020
  • Belarus A completed awareness questionnaire must be presented on arrival and passengers must self-isolate for 14 days.
    – This does not apply to passengers in transit.

    International restrictions:

    Chinese citizens and travellers who have been to China in the 14 days prior to arrival will have to go through health checks and fill in questionnaires at border checkpoints and the capital’s airport. Travellers from China, Iran, Italy, South Korea or other countries where the virus is active will undergo a full laboratory examination upon arrival. Increased screening measures have been introduced at Minsk International Airport (MSQ). Passengers with flu-like symptoms will be isolated for further medical monitoring. Belarus instituted a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine requirement for persons entering Belarus from countries where the COVID-19 virus is actively circulating. Neighbouring countries (Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Ukraine) have closed their land borders to foreigners with limited exceptions for cargo transport and diplomatic travellers.

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    09.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
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