Kazakhstan reopens land ports of entry with Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan
AKIPRESS.COM - Kazakhstan lifts restrictions on its land ports of entry for its nationals and foreigners since April 11, the Kazakh government's website said.
The interdepartmental commission for containment of coronavirus infection has made the decision to lift restrictions for crossing ground borders of Kazakhstan by nationals of Kazakhstan, stateless persons and foreign nationals at the land ports of entry with Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan since April 11.
All restrictions are also lifted for crossing the state border at air ports.
All those entering Kazakhstan are still required to present medical certificate with negative PCR test result or COVID-19 vaccine or booster vaccine certificates.
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