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Kazakhstan has abolished the requirement for a PCR test upon entry into the country

07.06.2022 ТАСС 76 просмотров

The ban on the operation of 12 automobile checkpoints at the border in seven regions of the republic was also lifted.


Since June 8, the Kazakh authorities have canceled the previously valid requirement to provide a PCR test for covid or a vaccination passport when crossing the border. This was announced on Tuesday by the press service of the Prime Minister of the republic following a meeting of the interdepartmental commission on preventing the spread of coronavirus infection in Kazakhstan.

"To cancel from June 8 of this year the mandatory requirement for citizens of Kazakhstan and foreigners to present documentary evidence of vaccination or revaccination against COVID-19 (passport, certificate, certificate of vaccination against COVID-19), and in their absence, a certificate with a negative result of a study on COVID-19 by PCR when crossing the state border of the Republic of Kazakhstan", — the message says.

In addition, the ban on the operation of 12 automobile checkpoints on the border of Kazakhstan in seven regions of the republic has been lifted.

As explained in the interdepartmental commission, these measures were taken in connection with the stabilization of the epidemiological situation in the country and in the world.

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