MINSK, 21 October (BelTA) – The Healthcare Ministry of Belarus has updated the list of countries where COVID-19 cases are reported, BelTA learned from the ministry's press service.
The list was updated in line with a number of criteria, including epidemiological risks (number of cases and dynamics), and a country's coronavirus response strategy.
On 21 October the list included 28 countries excluded from it earlier. These are France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Moldova, United States, Lebanon, Netherlands, Iceland, Czech Republic, UK, Romania, North Macedonia, Ireland, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Tunisia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Poland, Lithuania, Sweden, Denmark, Liechtenstein, Malta, Bulgaria and Canada.
People coming from the above-mentioned countries are required to self-isolate for 10 days upon the arrival in Belarus.
Belarus news (BELTA)