Kazakhstan cancels PCR test requirement for those who cross the border

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The new rule is entering into force on Wednesday

Starting from June 8, Kazakhstan’s citizens and foreigners will no longer be required to possess either COVID-19 vaccination/revaccination certificates or PCR test results to cross the state border of Kazakhstan.

The decision was made by the Interagency Commission.

Moreover, the same decision also lifts the ban on the operation imposed on 12 automobile crossing points located in seven different regions of the country. During the pandemic, they were all temporarily closed.

In April, Kazakhstan opened its land borders with Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Russia. At the time, the country also lifted restrictions on air travel to Kazakhstan.

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