- A COVID-19 vaccination is required for travel to Belarus and should be current at the time of your departure.
- Avoid travelling to Belarus if you haven’t had your COVID-19 immunisation updated.
- After receiving all of your COVID-19 vaccinations, it is still possible to contract and distribute COVID-19 even if you are fully vaccinated.
- Any person above the age of two should always wear a mask that fits well while they are in a public indoor location.
- Consider postponing travel to Belarus if you have a poor immune system/ are at risk for severe illness, even if you have received all of your COVID-19 immunizations.
In Belarus, you must adhere to all rules and regulations.
- Understand the methodology used by the CDC for issuing COVID-19 travel health warnings.
- View the complete list of COVID-19 travel advisories.
- Before, during, and after overseas travel, be sure to obey all applicable rules and regulations.
Preparation is key.
- Before you go, be sure you have all of your COVID-19 immunizations.
- The wearing of a mask, evidence of immunization, or quarantine may be required by your destination or by the airline you are flying with.
- A virus test should be taken as near as feasible to the departure time (no more than 3 days before travel) to check for current infection.
- Other nations’ requirements may vary from those of the United States. An admission denial or expulsion from the United States is possible if you do not obey the rules of your destination.
- The CDC recommends that everyone over the age of 2 use a mask fits well in congested or poorly ventilated sections of public transportation (like aircraft or trains) and transportation hubs (such as railway stations and seaports). This includes passengers and personnel.
If… is the case, do not travel
- No matter how recently you were vaccinated or how well you healed from COVID-19, you may still be showing signs of the disease.
- You’ve been diagnosed with COVID-19.
- 10 full days after symptoms, or the date of your positive test if there were no symptoms, do not travel.
Waiting for COVID-19 test results.
- It’s imperative that you isolate yourself and delay your return if your test results are positive while you’re at your location. Quarantining yourself and your partners is a possibility.
- You should be quarantined since you were in close contact with someone who has COVID-19.
- If you have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, wait at least five days before travelling. Do not travel for 10 days following your last exposure is the recommended course of action.
- After the previous exposure, if you have to travel between days 6 and 10:
- Obtain a blood test at least five days since your last interaction. Before embarking on a trip, be sure you have a negative test result and are free of symptoms. Don’t travel for 10 days since your latest close encounter with someone who has COVID-19 if you haven’t been tested.
- On days 6 through 10, use a well-fitting face mask whenever you’re among other people. Days six through ten are off limits for anybody who can’t put on a mask.
Even if quarantining someone who has COVID-19 was not suggested, if you had intimate contact with that individual…
- Obtain a blood test at least five days since your last interaction. Before embarking on a trip, be sure you have a negative test result and are free of symptoms.
- COVID-19 was verified during the last 90 days, so you do not need to be tested, but you should still adhere to the rest of the advice (including tests for COVID-19 symptoms).
- Make sure to wear a well-fitting face mask while you’re out in public for the whole of 10 days following your last exposure. For the 10 days, if you are unable to use a face mask, you really shouldn’t travel.
- You must have a negative COVID-19 result obtained no more than one day before to your departure to USA in order to board an aircraft there. eople who have recovered from the infection in the last 90 days may also apply. Find out more about the specifications.
Non-U.S. Citizens and Non-U.S. Immigrants – Vaccination
- Nonimmigrants who are not US citizens, nationals, or legal permanent residents must produce documentation of having been properly vaccinated against COVID-19 before flying to USA from another foreign country. This includes those who are not on an immigrant visa. Find out more information about this requirement.
Giving Your Name and Address
- Before boarding a trip to the United States, all international passengers must furnish their airline with their name, address, and phone number.
When You First Arrive in the U.S.A.
- 3–5 days following your arrival, have a COVID-19 virus test done to check for current infection.
- There are testing centres in your area for the US COVID-19.
- Monitor yourself for COVID-19 signs and isolate yourself if you see any.
- Once you’ve arrived, make sure you follow any instructions from your home state, tribal, municipal, or territorial authorities.
- Quarantine yourself for a full five days if you are not current on your COVID-19 immunizations.
- Additional measures may be necessary for non-U.S. nationals who are non-immigrants and fulfil an exemption towards the requirement for evidence of COVID-19 immunisation.
If you test positive for COVID-19 or show symptoms of the disease, you should stay home and avoid exposing others to your illness. Recognize when it will be safe to interact with people and when you should refrain from doing so.
COVID-19 Survivors: If you’ve Just Recovered
- In the previous 90 days, if you were diagnosed with COVID-19 and recovered, there is no need for retests. You don’t have to quarantine yourself when you arrive.
- If you acquire symptoms of COVID-19 after arriving, isolate yourself and be tested as soon as possible. Isolate as long as necessary to get the results you want. Keep people at a safe distance by using a well-fitting mask.
These measures spelled out by the authorities in Belarus signal that they are deadly serious about keeping Covid-19 at bay and limiting the damage caused to its population.