Those wishing to enter Kazakhstan from June 8 will no longer need to provide a PCR test result confirming the absence of coronavirus. Also, the authorities will not require vaccination passports from vaccinated
The authorities of Kazakhstan will cancel the requirement to provide a negative PCR test or vaccination passport when crossing the state border, it will cease to operate on June 8. This was reported on the website of the country's prime minister.
“Cancel <…> from June 8 of the current year, a mandatory requirement <…> presentation of documentary evidence of vaccination or revaccination against COVID-19 (passport/certificate/certificate of vaccination against COVID-19), and in their absence, a certificate with a negative test result for COVID-19 by PCR when crossing the state border of the Republic of Kazakhstan»— said in message.
Moscow allowed Russians to travel to Kazakhstan back in March. The restrictions have been in effect since March 2020, when Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin ordered the land border with Kazakhstan to be closed due to the spread of the coronavirus.
Authors Tags Subscribe to RuTube RBC Live broadcasts, videos and recordings of programs on our RuTube channel