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Ukraine Covid-19 Border entry

Ukraine will be in the so-called “adaptive quarantine” level. Ukraine will be divided into four epidemiological levels, dependent on the COVID-19 situation across the country’s regions. Ukraine will be divided into 4 zones of green, yellow, orange and red epidemiological levels relevant to the local situation and number of infections. You are strongly advised to check government websites regularly for latest updates. At time of writing foreigners are allowed to enter the territory of Ukraine. All visitors are required to have an insurance policy that covers the cost of treatment COVID-19. For latest information about coronavirus and quarantine in Ukraine Click Here

Visitors from green-zone countries must have an insurance policy and will be allowed to enter the territory of Ukraine without self-isolation and testing

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Internal Restrictions by Zone

Rules For Staying In Ukraine

To manage Covid-19 and reduce the spread of the virus, districts in Ukraine has been split into colour zones.

The criteria for dividing Ukraine into colour zones are depending on the number and growth rate of new COVID-19 cases, hospital capacity and testing rates. The four epidemiological zones (green, yellow, orange, and red) are dependent on the COVID-19 situation in each region. The Ministry of Health will assign each zone a colour based on four COVID-19-related criteria.  Each zone triggers a distinct set of quarantine restrictions.  Please check with local authorities regarding local quarantine guidelines. 

The 'green' zone does not mean the complete lifting of lockdown.

 In “green zones” social distancing and mask-wearing regulations is compulsory, and mass events are limited. In red zones, public transport is suspended, as is the work of most non-essential facilities. This Government Map (only in Ukrainian) sets out the current status of each different region of Ukraine. The zones are updated on a daily basis – the government and local authorities have indicated that they may enact local lock-downs at short notice – and enforcement or relaxation of new rules might not happen immediately. It is important you check the status of regions regularly.

Ukraine Covid-19 Advice For Moving Around the City

Covid-19 crowds

Avoid crowds.
Always keep your identity documents with you


Use disposable

Covid-19 Mask

Wear a Face Mask in all Public Places

Social distancing

Keep a minimum of 1.5 m apart

Anti - Bacterial gel

Clean hands regularly & use anti-bacterial gel

Contactless Card

Use contactless payment where possible

Covid-19 Advice for Staying in Accommodation

Rules For Entering Hotels
  • You must wear a Face mask

  • You will have your temperature checked

  • Use anti - bacterial gel

Covid-19 Mask
Anti - Bacterial gel
Guidelines for Staying in Hotels
  • Book on-line where possible to avoid queues at hotel

  • In the Lobby no more than 1 person per 10 sq metres

  • Hotel guests must stay at least 1.5 m apart

  • A face mask must be worn at all times outside of your room

  • Hotel restaurant food will only be available if tables are a minimum of 1.5 m apart including adjacent seating.

  • Meals in hotels are provided through meals delivery service to rooms upon prior order

  • Not more than 4 guests are allowed to stay at the table (excluding children under 14 years old), unless the tables are separated by partition

  • Self - service is prohibited

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