Finland lifts entry restrictions for all foreign tourists. Passengers arriving from outside the Schengen area or the EU are no longer required to present a passport/vaccination certificate or a negative coronavirus test result.
Also, according to local media, there will no longer be testing for COVID-19 at border crossing points. The new entry rules will come into effect on June 30.
From June 16, anti-COVID measures were also abandoned in Estonia. The government has stated that all third-country nationals, regardless of nationality, are no longer required to present a valid certificate of vaccination, recovery, or a negative PCR test upon arrival.
In addition to lifting entry rules for travelers from non-EU countries, the quarantine will expire on July 1. This means that COVID-19 patients and their contacts are no longer required to self-isolate.
The Egyptian authorities have lifted all coronavirus restrictions on entry into the country, regardless of the nationality of those arriving from June 17. Previously, to enter Egypt, it was required to present either a document confirming the completion of a full course of vaccination with Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Sputnik, Johnson, and Johnson, or a certificate with a negative PCR test result, which was made no earlier than 72 hours before departure, or a negative rapid test result taken 24 hours before departure. Children under the age of 12 were exempted from testing.
Georgia is returning to dock-like entry rules for all foreigners. The new measures came into effect on 15 June.
“Any person arriving from abroad (regardless of citizenship), when leaving any country, is exempted from the obligation to provide a document confirming a full course of vaccination against COVID-19, or a negative PCR test for the last 72 hours before the visit and self-isolation”, – says the document signed by the Prime Minister of Georgia.
For tourists arriving in Uzbekistan, all restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic have been lifted. The decision of the Republican Special Commission came into force on June 10, 2022.