From July 15, Russia abolishes the mandatory isolation for people coming from abroad


On July 13, 2020 the Chief Sanitary Doctor of Russia Anna Popova signed the Resolution according to which the people arriving on the territory of Russia from July 15 will not need to be isolated for two weeks. 

Instead, they will have to provide a certificate of negative coronavirus test. If an entering person does not have a COVID-19 certificate, he will be given three days to pass the test. 

With regard to foreign citizens: while crossing the state border of the Russian Federation, they need to inform the officials carrying out sanitary-epidemiological control about the absence of COVID-19 disease by providing a medical document (in Russian or English), confirming the negative result of laboratory examination of material on COVID-19 by the method of polymerase chain reaction (PCR), taken not earlier than three calendar days before arrival in Russia, medical documents confirming the detection of antibodies of immunoglobulin G.


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