The park administration informs about changes in the procedure and conditions for entry to the Republic of Belarus

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The Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus by its resolution No. 591 dated 13.10.2020 established that the following persons must be self-isolated within 10 calendar days from the date of arrival in the Republic of Belarus:

  • persons arrived in the Republic of Belarus from the countries, where cases of COVID-19 infection are registered (the list is posted on the official website of the Ministry of Health);
  • persons arrived in the Republic of Belarus from countries that are not included in the list, but transited through the countries included in the list, in case these persons do not have documentary evidence that their stay in the countries of transit did not exceed 24 hours.

These persons may not further cross the state border of the Republic of Belarus until the expiration of the self-isolation period.

The resolution also establishes cases in which self-isolation is not required.

Please note that according to the resolution of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus No. 49 dated May 8, 2020, the period of self-isolation can be reduced if there are grounds established by this resolution.

Foreign citizens and stateless persons, with the exception of permanent residents of the Republic of Belarus, who arrived from countries not included in the list, to cross the State Border of the Republic of Belarus must have an original medical document (in Russian, Belarusian or English) confirming a negative result of a polymerase chain reaction test for COVID-19 infection. The document must be received no later than 72 hours before the date of crossing the state border of the Republic of Belarus.

Control over the availability of this medical document is carried out by employees of the border or customs authorities. The absence of a document in Russian, Belarusian or English is the ground for refusing entry to the Republic of Belarus.