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Belarus coronavirus travel restrictions

Landscape view of Belarus

Belarus

The travel advice is Do not travel to Belarus. Travel advice is Moderate for travel. Get travel ban, restrictions alerts and advice before travelling to Belarus. Belarus is part of Europe with main city at Minsk. Its Developed country with a population of 9M people. The main currency is Belarusian Ruble. The languages spoken are Belarusian and Russian.
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🚨 Travel Advice for Belarus

Moderate

restrictions for travel

1. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result. The test must have beenΒ taken at most 3 days before arrival. The certificate must be in Belarusian, English or Russian.

- This does not apply to:

- nationals and residents of Belarus;

- passengers with a diplomatic or service passport;

- passengers younger than 6 years.

2. Passengers are subject to self-isolation for 10 days if arriving from a country listed at [http://minzdrav.gov.by/ru/dlya-belorusskikh-grazhdan/strany-krasnoy-zony.php](http://minzdrav.gov.by/ru/dlya-belorusskikh-grazhdan/strany-krasnoy-zony.php).

Travel restriction details for Belarus

🚫 Destination No quarantine
πŸ›¬ Return No Data
πŸ–οΈ Some Visitors
🍽️ Restaurants & bars Open with restrictions
πŸ›οΈ Open shopping
🚌 Operational transport
πŸ“… events Allowed

πŸ”’ Lockdown Details for Belarus

The City of Minsk has issued social distancing guidelines for businesses and public institutions, including: Restaurants and cafes must place tables at least 1.5 meters apart. Hotels must ensure guests take their temperature daily. Employers must prohibit sick employees from working. Library reading rooms are closed to the public Large events in museums have been cancelled. Hairdressers and beauty salons must work by appointment only, with a minimum five-minute interval between clients. Churches and other religious institutions must ensure regular cleaning and disinfection of public areas. Shops, cafes, restaurants, and other businesses are open. There are no rules surrounding face masks, but many people voluntarily wear them when going out in public.

πŸ›‘οΈ Travel safety for Belarus

Do not travel

If you travel to Belarus despite our advice, note it has enhanced screening procedures and entry restrictions in place. These include a mandatory 14 day quarantine period if you arrive from countries with cases of COVID-19 (including Australia). If you’re already overseas and wish to return to Australia, we recommend you do so as soon as possible by commercial means. If you can't or don't want to leave, follow the advice of local authorities and minimise your risk of exposure to COVID-19. Stay in touch with family and friends so they know you're safe and well. We now advise you to: Do not travel to Belarus.

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Last updated: January 13, 2021