Russia | Russians arriving to Russia on exported flights and labor migrants will be required to observe 14 days of self-isolation

Although the Chief Sanitary Doctor cancelled the mandatory self-isolation for Russian and foreign citizens arriving in Russia, as we reported in our newsletter, the new Decree No. 21 as of July 15, 2020, approved clarifications on the rules of self-isolation when entering the Russian Federation.

Thus, Russian citizens who return on “exported” flights for returning to Russia and foreign citizens arriving in Russia for the purpose of engaging in labour activity are required to comply with 14 days of self-isolation at their place of residence/stay, even with a negative coronavirus test in hand.

Updated information could be found here.

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