Covid-19 Travel Restrictions in Belarus
No entry restrictions have been imposed by Belarus, but foreign nationals are subject to the 14-day self-quarantine rule unless they come from a particular list of countries.
No entry restrictions have been placed on Belarus, but foreign nationals arriving in Belarus are subject to a 14-day self-quarantine period unless they come from Austria, Azerbaijan, Australia, Albania, Belgium, Canada, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, Hungary, France, Germany, Greece, Georgia, Ireland, Japan, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Northern Macedonia, Norway, Russia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, South Korea, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Switzerland, Sweden, Turkey, the UK, the UAE, or the US.
Before traveling to Belarus, travelers are expected to have valid medical insurance. When applying for a visa or when arriving at the airport in Minsk, travelers will be required to provide evidence of insurance. All passengers on all flights and while at Minsk National Airport are required to wear protective face masks. A medical certificate given within 48 hours of arrival, suggesting a negative COVID-19 test result, must be submitted by international travelers. Foreign citizens intending to remain in Belarus for more than 5 days must register with the police stating the address they are staying at. Where foreign visitors stay at a hotel, hostel, health resort, or another collective accommodation facility, registration with the police is the responsibility of the management of the facilities referred to above. Registration can be done online as well.