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The adaptive quarantine in Ukraine has been extended through July 31. While quarantine levels and restrictions vary by region, most have reopened the following services and institutions: public transportation, hotels, restaurants, inter-regional transportation, sports clubs, cultural institutions, and church services.
U.S. citizens are now permitted to enter Ukraine so long as they can prove that they have medical insurance that covers all COVID-19 related treatment expenses and are subject to mandatory 14-day self-quarantine. Travelers entering Ukraine who take a coronavirus PCR test at a certified laboratory in Ukraine and test negative will not have to self-quarantine.
Some airlines have resumed flights to Ukraine. Due to low demand, the number of flights on some airlines have been limited (Turkish Airlines) while others are offering flexible conditions for trips, including refunds for canceled flights (UIA).
Each airline requires passengers to wear a face mask and practice social distancing. You can find more information on the airline websites below.
More information can be found at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine and other sites, links below:
U.S. Embassy in Ukraine:
Ukrainian government links:
- Visit Ukraine - Information Page for Tourists and Visitors
- Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine - Current information about coronavirus and quarantine in Ukraine
- Ministry of Health of Ukraine
- Kyiv Boryspil Airport
- Ukraine International Airlines (UIA)
- Turkish Airlines