The current rules for crossing the Ukrainian border are regulated by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No.1236, with the latest amendments dated December 6, 2021
From December 3, it is FORBIDDEN to enter foreigners and stateless persons who do not have a permit for permanent or temporary residence in Ukraine, and who have been for more than 7 days in the last 14 days on the territory of South Africa, the Republic of Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, the Kingdom of Lesotho, the Kingdom of Eswatini, Mozambique, Republic of Malawi.
Exceptions: citizens of Ukraine; foreigners and stateless persons permanently or temporarily residing in Ukraine; spouses or children of citizens of Ukraine; employees of foreign diplomatic missions and consular posts, missions of international organizations accredited in Ukraine, and members of their families; other categories of foreigners and stateless persons in agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – after entry, they must undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine.
From 5 August 2021, foreigners arriving in Ukraine are required to have:
The validity of the Covid-certificate is determined by the following clinical criteria for its formation and use:
|Name of the first dose vaccine||Name of the second dose vaccine||Minimum period between doses (days)||Maximum period between doses (days)||Validity of the full vaccination certificate (days)||Validity of the one dose vaccination certificate (days)|
Janssen4 (just one dose)
|Recovery from Covid-19||
1 Comirnaty / Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
2 Spikevax / Moderna vaccine
3 Vaxzevria / AstraZeneca vaccine
4 Janssen / Johnson & Johnson vaccine
In the case of absence of an insurance policy and one of the documents mentioned above or as a result of violation of the validity of the Covid-certificate, an authorized official of the state border protection unit denies entry to such a foreigner into Ukraine as it is prescribed by Article 14 of the Law of Ukraine “On Border Control”.
This requirement does not apply to:
Children of foreigners under the age of 12 are not required to provide a negative result of Covid-19 test, a document confirming full vaccination or a Covid-certificate, but they must have an insurance policy.
Mandatory self-isolation with the use of the mobile application “Vdoma” has been introduced for Ukrainian citizens and foreigners who cross the state border or entry-exit checkpoints into the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.
The following persons are exempt from self-isolation:
If a foreigner crossing the state border or entry-exit checkpoints has to self-isolate but is not able or refuses to install the mobile application “Vdoma”, then the authorized official of the state border protection unit denies entry to such a foreigner into Ukraine as it is prescribed by Article 14 of the Law of Ukraine “On Border Control”.
The period of self-isolation of persons crossing the state border or entry-exit checkpoints is 10 days and begins 72 hours after crossing the state border or entry-exit checkpoint. Persons who have arrived from Russia or India and have been on their territory for more than 7 days in the last 14 days are subject to self-isolation for 14 days.
Self-isolation of a person could be terminated in case of a negative Covid-19 test result (either PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test or antigen test (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay)) taken after crossing the state border or entry-exit checkpoint (except for persons who came from Russia or India).
The anti-epidemic restrictions currently in force in Ukraine can be found at this link.
We also recommend you to refer to the information on a specially created page for tourists and visitors of Ukraine:
as well as to the information page for tourists and visitors of Ukraine compiled by the Resilience Centre of Ukraine:
The Embassy strives to update the information in this section of the website whenever possible. It is based on available data collected from open public sources of Morocco and Ukraine.
Please note that the information provided is not exhaustive and may be amended by the Competent Ukrainian and Moroccan Authorities, therefore we do not accept any responsibility, explicit or implicit, for the completeness and accuracy of the information contained on this page, or individual decisions based on it.