Europe and many other countries in the world are introducing new rules for entering their countries for tourists after the opening of borders due to 29.04.2021. Some of these, upon entering the country, ask travelers for an international medical certificate (medical passport), confirming that they have no coronavirus.
To enter Albania, you must have an insurance policy that covers the treatment of COVID-19. There is no 14-day quarantine and self-isolation, as well as testing at the airport.
When entering Bulgaria, a negative PCR test result is required, issued 72 hours before crossing the country's border.
Since March 1, Georgia has opened the skies for Ukrainians. It is recommended that you have an insurance policy that covers COVID-19 and is required for long-term stays. Also, the presence of a negative PCR test is checked, made no later than 72 hours before arrival. You will need to re-take the test on the 3rd day of stay in the country.
Under the updated rules, tourists coming to Egypt will have to provide an insurance policy that covers COVID-19 treatment and a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before arrival. The certificate must be in paper form, issued in Arabic or English and contain the following information:
Foreigners can enter Thailand who have presented:
You must show your insurance policy that covers your COVID-19 treatment and a negative PCR test done 72 hours before your scheduled departure.
Croatia remains closed for tourism from January 14, 2021. If you do travel to this country, undergo PCR testing 48 hours before arrival. At the border, you will need to present a negative PCR test result, as well as confirmation of your accommodation booking.
Neither a negative PCR test certificate nor an insurance policy covering COVID-19 is required at the border.
It is necessary to present a certificate of negative PCR test done within the last 96 hours before entry. Additional testing is also carried out at the airport.