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Jul 13, 2020
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14-day quarantine for those entering Russia is canceled from July 15

Rospotrebnadzor issued a decree abolishing the mandatory 14-day isolation for citizens arriving in Russia from July 15. The decision of the chief sanitary doctor Anna Popova was published on the Internet portal of legal information.

The visitor must have with him a medical document drawn up in English or Russian, confirming the negative test for coronavirus COVID-19.

A foreign citizen will be able to provide a certificate of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, passed no earlier than three days before arrival in the country, and documents on the presence of immunoglobulin G antibodies (if any).

If a person does not have such a document, he will be given three days to pass the corresponding test in Russia. Where the foreigner will have to be all this time is not specified in the document. The testing procedure will take place on a paid basis at the expense of the person who is trying to enter the country.

Similar rules will apply to Russian citizens who intend to return to their homeland.



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