You can take a PCR test for COVID-19 at the airports of Lviv, Boryspil and Kharkiv, Ukraerorukh reports.
In Ukraine, coronavirus testing points have opened at three airports. About this on July 20 on Facebook reports “UkSATSE”.
“It is possible to stop self-isolation for those who arrive in Ukraine from the countries of the” red “zone after receiving a negative PCR test for COVID-19. Recently, it became possible to be tested immediately at the airport,” the message says.
On July 16, a testing point was opened at the Lviv airport. A medical procedure with registration lasts 15 minutes. You can pay for the test only through the laboratory’s website. The cost of testing is 1500 UAH.
On July 17, PCR testing of passengers for coronavirus began at Boryspil airport. Passengers arriving and departing from Ukraine are tested. The results are processed within 24 hours. After that, a certificate in English with a response is sent to the email address indicated by the passenger. Service cost – UAH 1500. Payment is possible only by credit card. The test duration is 10-15 minutes.
From July 18, tests for COVID-19 began to be done at Kharkiv airport. The service is provided to passengers who arrived from the countries of the “red” zone and must go through self-isolation. The cost of services depends on the time of the tests. In the period from 8.00 to 21.59 – 1800 UAH, from 22.00 to 7.59 – 2100 UAH. Payment is made by credit card or cash.
A prerequisite for the entry of foreigners into Ukraine is the availability of a medical insurance policy in case of COVID-19 disease. Citizens who come from the countries of the “red” zone to Ukraine must undergo observation within 14 days using the application “Diy vdom”. Citizens of “green” countries can come freely if they have an insurance policy. The list of “red” and “green” countries is formed by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.
Easing of quarantine began on May 11 in Ukraine.
Domestic flights were resumed in Ukraine on June 5, and international flights were launched on June 15.
On June 14, Minister of Health Maxim Stepanov warned that from June 15 for passengers from different countries upon arrival in Ukraine different rules will apply.