Estonia allowed entry to Russians vaccinated against COVID

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Estonia allowed entry to Russians vaccinated against COVID

Estonia allowed entry to Russians vaccinated against COVID

Foreigners vaccinated against COVID, including citizens of the Russian Federation, can enter Estonia from June 21, according to the website of the Estonian Foreign Ministry.

People without signs of coronavirus disease will be allowed into the country on a visa, if enough time has passed since vaccination for immune protection to develop.

Earlier, Israel allowed foreign tourists vaccinated against the coronavirus to visit the country privately from July 1.

Let us remind you that Ukraine does not allow entry to citizens of other states on the basis of certificates of vaccination with the Russian anticancer drug “Sputnik V”.

Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova urged Russians to get vaccinated against coronavirus when planning a vacation.

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