Recent updates

02.08.2021 New testing requirements for Russian citizens returning from abroad and partial lifting of epidemiological restrictions in Moscow
According to Decree No. 21 of Chief State Sanitary Doctor Anna Popova, starting from July 30, citizens of Russia and the EEU who arrive from abroad will have to post the results of PCR tests on Public Services Portal of the Russian Federation within four calendar days, instead of three as it has been before. More
29.07.2021 Bulgaria updated entry rules for Russians
The Bulgarian Government has updated the requirements for international travelers to enter the country. Russia is still included in the orange group of countries, but additional sanitary control measures for Russian citizens have been canceled since July 29, 2021. More
27.07.2021 Hungary allows Russians to enter the country with a vaccination certificate
Starting July 27, 2021, the Government of Hungary has allowed Russian citizens who have a vaccination certificate against Covid-19 to enter the country, the website of the Hungarian Embassy in Moscow reports. More
22.07.2021 Rospotrebnadzor provided AEB with explanations on compulsory vaccination of 60% of employees in the Moscow Region
The Office of Rospotrebnadzor for the Moscow region provided AEB with explanations on the decree of the Chief State Sanitary Inspector for the Moscow region regarding compulsory vaccination of 60% of employees. 

22.07.2021 Rospotrebnadzor announced the development of a chip to detect coronavirus
The Nizhny Novgorod Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology named after I.N. Blokhin is developing a prototype biochip to detect coronavirus. The Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology named after I.N. Blokhina is developing a prototype biochip to detect coronavirus, reported the press service of Rospotrebnadzor.  More
16.07.2021 The system of compulsory QR-codes will be cancelled in Moscow and Moscow Region
On July 16 Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin announced that since July 19 the city will cancel QR-codes for going to cafes and restaurants. 

Show all

COVID-19: best practices and CSR

Share the information






Show all

Members help members



Show all

The information on this site is intended solely for the personal non-commercial, non-medical or personal hygiene use of the user who accepts full responsibility for its use. 
While we have taken every precaution to ensure that the content of this site is both current and accurate, errors can occur. The information contained in this site is general in nature and should not be considered to be legal, healthcare, epidemic, tax, accounting, consulting or any other professional advice. In all cases you should consult with professionals familiar with your particular factual situation for advice concerning specific matters before making any decisions. The materials of AEB information partners and the data on hyperlink websites may not reflect opinions of AEB. AEB is not liable and will not accept any responsibility with regard to any action or abstention from action related to information contained in this site.

Contact person: Olga Silnitskaya olga.silnitskaya@aebrus.ru