Despite the removal of covid restrictions, no one canceled the requirements for unvaccinated Russian tourists arriving in the Russian Federation from abroad. This was officially announced by Rospotrebnadzor. Tourists who do not have evidence of vaccination still need to take a PCR test upon arrival from abroad.
“Rospotrebnadzor recalls that the requirements for PCR testing upon arrival from abroad through air checkpoints for Russian citizens Those who do not have a certificate of vaccination or a disease remain unchanged,” the ministry said in a statement.
However, there is some nuance. Pass the test to tourists who have arrived from other countries. Citizens of the country passing through the land border do not need to take the test, the press service of Rospotrebnadzor added.
The department also added that unvaccinated tourists also remain required to fill out a questionnaire before returning home. They need to take a PCR test within three days after arrival.
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