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The EU will not Open Borders with Russia until Mid-August
July 25, 2020 15:42

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The European Union will not open its borders to Russians until at least mid-August, a TASS source said. In the coming days, the EU is to publish a new version of the "white list" of countries, but Russia is not included.

The borders of the European Union will not open to Russians from August 1. Russia will not be included in the new version of the so-called white list - a list of countries with which the union will open its borders on August 1. The register will be published in the coming days. The next time it will be revised in two weeks, that is, the ban on entry for Russians will last at least until mid-August.

“Russia will not be included in this list. Unfortunately, the statistics [on the coronavirus] say that it is too early,” the TASS source said.



The "white list" includes 13 countries, including China. The list is advisory in nature and does not oblige all EU countries to adhere to it. One EU country is   ready to receive Russians - Croatia. To enter, you will need an accommodation reservation or a travel voucher. In addition, negative results from a test taken 48 hours prior to arrival are required. There is no direct flight to Croatia yet, but you can fly through Turkey.

On July 24, Russia announced that from August 1 it will resume flights with three countries: Turkey (including from August 10 with the resort cities of Antalya, Bodrum and Dalaman), Great Britain and Tanzania. In Turkey and Tanzania, you do not need a certificate of coronavirus tests and quarantine to enter, but the temperature will be measured at the airport. In the UK, visitors from Russia need to follow quarantine rules for 14 days after arrival.

As of July 27, 5,635 new cases of coronavirus infection were recorded in Russia per day. The rate of increase in the number of infected people in the country as a whole is decreasing, but in Moscow it is growing for the fifth day.
 




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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