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Ukrainian Railways: Travelling on long-distance rail connections only for vaccinated people or people with a negative COVID test

Ukrainian Railways: Travelling on long-distance rail connections only for vaccinated people or people with a negative COVID test
photo: Ukrainian Railways/Ukrainian Railways
18 / 10 / 2021

Due to another wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Government of Ukraine has introduced restrictions on the services of the national carrier Ukrzaliznytsia for passenger transport. In the "yellow" and "red" regions, where the number of infections is still high. Before boarding the train, the passenger is to present a vaccination card or a negative PCR test in addition to the ticket.

The new restrictions will apply from October 21, 2021. The rules apply to passengers older than 18 years. According to the order of the Ukrainian government, passengers older than 18 years will be able to use long-distance rail transport provided that they have confirmation of receipt of at least one dose of Covid-19 vaccine or submit a negative PCR test (performed within 72 hours before the trip).

Conductors will check the availability of these documents, including the ticket and identification document when boarding the train. Due to possible queues caused by longer document checks, the Ukrainian carrier asks passengers to arrive at the station earlier, to maintain peace and distance on the platform.

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