Transcarpathians returning from the Czech Republic must undergo 2-week self-isolation

11 July 2020 15:37  27214178 0216427
Transcarpathians returning from the Czech Republic must undergo 2-week self-isolation

Ukraine has included the Czech Republic and Bulgaria in the list of "red zone" countries.

In the updated list from the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, the "red zone" includes countries where the number of coronavirus infections currently exceeds 40 per 100 thousand inhabitants.

For Bulgaria this figure is 42, and for the Czech Republic - 41.6.

Therefore, after returning from the Czech Republic and Bulgaria, Ukrainians need to undergo 2-week self-isolation or PSR test.

Romania and Serbia are close to 40, with 39.3 and 38.6 infections per 100,000 inhabitants, respectively.

Ukraine itself is also "red" according to this criterion - 62.4 per 100 thousand inhabitants.

Ukrainians can check the conditions for entering foreign countries using several services: list.

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