From 5 August 2021, foreigners arriving in Ukraine are required to have:
The validity of the Covid-certificate is determined by the following clinical criteria for its formation and use:
|Name of the first dose vaccine
||Name of the second dose vaccine
||Minimum period between doses (days)
||Maximum period between doses (days)
||Validity of the full vaccination certificate (days)
||Validity of the one dose vaccination certificate (days)
|Recovery from Covid-19||
1 Comirnaty / Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
2 Spikevax / Moderna vaccine
3 Vaxzevria / AstraZeneca vaccine
4 Janssen / Johnson & Johnson vaccine
In the case of absence of an insurance policy and one of the documents mentioned above or as a result of violation of the validity of the Covid-certificate, an authorized official of the state border protection unit denies entry to such a foreigner into Ukraine as it is prescribed by Article 14 of the Law of Ukraine “On Border Control”.
This requirement does not apply to:
Children of foreigners under the age of 12 are not required to provide a negative result of Covid-19 test, a document confirming full vaccination or a Covid-certificate, 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 who cross the state border or entry-exit checkpoints into the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.
The following persons are exempt from self-isolation:
If a foreigner crossing the state border or entry-exit checkpoints has to self-isolate but is not able or refuses to install the mobile application “Vdoma”, then the authorized official of the state border protection unit denies entry to such a foreigner into Ukraine as it is prescribed by Article 14 of the Law of Ukraine “On Border Control”.
The period of self-isolation of persons crossing the state border or entry-exit checkpoints is 10 days and begins 72 hours after crossing the state border or entry-exit checkpoint. Persons who have arrived from Russia or India and have been on their territory for more than 7 days in the last 14 days are subject to self-isolation for 14 days.
Self-isolation of a person could be terminated in case of a negative Covid-19 test result (either PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test or antigen test (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay)) taken after crossing the state border or entry-exit checkpoint (except for persons who came from Russia or India).
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: