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Health Ministry Classifies 66 Countries In "Red Zone" For COVID-19 Spread

Health Ministry Classifies 66 Countries In "Red Zone" For COVID-19 Spread

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The Ministry of Health as of January 15 classified 66 countries in the "red zone" in terms of the prevalence of the COVID-19 coronavirus disease.

The ministry has said this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

At the same time, there is no data on the spread of coronavirus infection regarding 11 states that fell into the "red zone".

In particular, the countries of the "red zone" include Brazil, Albania, Belarus, Ireland, United Kingdom, Serbia, North Macedonia, Slovenia, United States, Montenegro, open for Ukrainian tourists, as well as Canada, Germany, Czech Republic, Georgia, Italy, Cyprus, Israel, Russia, France, Poland, Spain, Tunisia, closed for Ukrainian tourists.

The countries of the "green zone" include Armenia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Iran, Bahamas, Iraq, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Seychelles, Comoros, Maldives, Kenya, Mexico, open for Ukrainian tourists, as well as China and Greece, closed for Ukrainian tourists.

In Ukraine, the incidence rate for the last 14 days per 100,000 of the population is 219.8.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Montenegro has canceled the requirement for a negative PCR test for coronavirus to enter the country.

At the same time, Croatia has tightened the requirements for the admission of foreigners due to quarantine, South Korea obliged arrivals to provide a negative PCR test for coronavirus for entry.


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