The passengers arriving at the Kharkiv International Airport from the red zone countries don’t need to install the Diy Vdoma app and go into self-isolation if they have a negative PCR test done within 48 hours before the crossing of the Ukrainian border. The regulation has become effective already.

The passengers having no test results on them have two options:

  1. To install the Diy Vdoma app and go into a 14-day self-isolation.
  2. To do a PCR test after crossing the border, install the Diy Vdoma app and terminate self-isolation once they receive negative results.

The passengers arriving from the green zone don’t need to go into self-isolation at all, as reported earlier.

Meanwhile, all foreign passengers arriving from the green and red zone countries alike need to have a medical insurance policy on them to cover the COVID-19 treatment and observation. The policy must be issued by the Ukraine-registered company or a foreign one having an office in Ukraine or a partnership with an insurance company based in Ukraine. The policy can be purchased on the Visit Ukraine website or at the Kharkiv International Airport before passing border control.

The passengers don’t have to go into self-isolation if they present a negative COVID-19 test result that dates back no more than 48 hours.