Finland has extended restrictions on movement across the border until June 30 due to the coronavirus. This was announced on Friday, June 3, by the Finnish Ministry of Internal Affairs.
“The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread,” the message cited by 78.ru says.
Now entry into the country is allowed to anyone who is vaccinated with vaccines approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) or the European regulator. However, there are no Russian drugs on this list.
On May 27, it became known that from June 1, travelers arriving in Cyprus will not have to present a vaccination certificate or a negative coronavirus test result. As Minister of Transport Yiannis Karousos noted, this is an important decision with which the country is returning to normal in terms of tourism and passenger travel.
Earlier, on May 24, German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach also announced a decision to ease the rules for entering the country in the summer due to a decrease in the incidence. The test for COVID-19 will not be required when entering Germany also from June 1.
On May 16, Austria lifted coronavirus-related restrictions on the entry of foreign tourists. So, when entering the country, tourists no longer need to present certificates of illness, a negative PCR test or a certificate of vaccination.
The campaign for vaccination against COVID-19 continues in the Russian Federation. Russians are vaccinated for free. Seven coronavirus drugs have been registered in the country: the world’s first COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V, Sputnik Light, Sputnik M, EpiVacCorona, EpiVacCorona-N, CoviVac and Convasel.
All up-to-date information on the situation with coronavirus is available on the sites stop coronavirus.rf and access to everyone.rf, as well as on the hashtag #WeTogether. Coronavirus hotline: 8 (800) 2000-112.
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