Austria and the Netherlands are opened for Ukrainians
Austria and the Netherlands allowed Ukrainian tourists, vaccinated against COVID-19, to cross their borders.
Starting July 1, Ukrainians could enter Austria for all travel purposes. One is allowed to enter without registration and quarantine only having a certificate proving the full vaccination against COVID-19 with one of the vaccines. The last vaccination required for full immunization should be done no later than 14 days before entry.
This certificate should be in English or German, indicating the number of doses and type of vaccine and/or the medical certificate with the name of the vaccine and the number of doses.
Recognized vaccines are: Comirnaty (INN) by BioNtech/Pfizer, Vaxzevria COVID-19 Vaccine, and AstraZeneca/Covishield from Serum Institute of India, COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen by Johnson & Johnson, mRNA-1273 Covid-19 Vaccine by Moderna, Sinopharm / SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine (Vero Cell), Inactivated, Sinovac.
Starting July 1, Ukrainians having a bio-passport are also allowed to enter the Kingdom of the Netherlands for all travel purposes.
One is allowed to enter only having a certificate proving the full vaccination against COVID-19. The recognized vaccines are: Pfizer/BioNTech (Comirnaty), Astra Zeneca EU (Vaxzevria), Johnson & Johnson (Janssen), Moderna (Spikevax), Astra Zeneca-SK Bio (Vaxzevria), Serum Institute of India (Covishield), Sinopharm BIBP, Sinovac.
Other entry conditions can be found on the MFA map.
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