Kazakhstan Covid-19 Travel Restrictions
Last updated: January 9, 2021
Covid-19: Kazakhstan Entry Requirements
In order to avoid the further spread of the virus, the government of Kazakhstan applied various restrictions.
According to the latest updates, most foreign nationals are banned from crossing the borders of Kazakhstan. This does not include diplomatic missions, official delegations and medical personnel.
Kazakhstan currently flies to Germany, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, South Korea, the Netherlands, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
In order to board the plane, it is necessary to have PCR certificate, with a negative result for coronavirus, taken within three days before entering the country. Passengers are allowed on board only in masks and gloves.
No PCR Test is required for the international transit passengers, will not leave the transit zone and for children under 5 years.
Kazakhstan Quarantine Rules
Travelers, who will test positive for the virus, must stay in the quarantine for 14 days. It is essential to provide the detailed information about where the travelers will stay. The place must in accordance with self-isolation rules. Travelers, departing from the country will be checked as well, if they show any symptoms.
Kazakhstan Travel Restrictions Covid-19
According to the latest updates, most foreign nationals are banned from crossing the borders of Kazakhstan. We advise checking the status of your county and the current regulations before planning a trip.
Kazakhstan and Сoronavirus
The first case of Covid-19 was registered in Kazakhstan in March 2020. The government announced the immediate lockdown and started to apply the restrictive measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
Up to now, the country continues fighting with the virus via maintaining social distancing, wearing the face masks, encouraging online working system, canceling the social events and gatherings and travel bans.
The country has signed various agreements about purchasing the vaccines against the virus. In addition, Kazakhstan is in the process of developing its own vaccine.
Currently the county is in the Yellow zone.