From 9 June 2021, foreigners arriving in Ukraine are required to have:
In the absence of a negative result of a Covid-19 test or document confirming full vaccination from Covid-19, or insurance policy, an authorized official of the state border protection unit denies the foreigners in crossing the state border in the manner prescribed by Article 14 of the Law of Ukraine “On Border Control”.
This requirement does not apply to:
Children under the age of 12 are not required to have a negative result of a Covid-19 test or document confirming full vaccination from Covid-19, but they must have an insurance policy.
Mandatory self-isolation with the use of the mobile application “Vdoma” has been introduced for Ukrainian citizens and foreigners permanently residing on the territory of Ukraine who cross the state border.
This requirement does not apply to citizens of Ukraine and foreigners who have a negative result of Covid-19 test taken not more than 72 hours before crossing the state border, or document confirming full vaccination from Covid-19.
Also, the following persons are exempt from self-isolation:
if there is no reason to believe that they have been in contact with a person with Covid-19.
If a person crossing the state border must self-isolate but is not able to install the mobile application “Vdoma”, then such person is subject to medical observation.
The anti-epidemic restrictions currently in force in Ukraine can be found at this link.
We also recommend you to refer to the information on a specially created page for tourists and visitors of Ukraine:
as well as to the information page for tourists and visitors of Ukraine compiled by the Resilience Centre of Ukraine: