Get free answers from our Russian expert!

Ask your question:

Your name:

Your email (optional):

What would you like to ask:

The answer will be even faster if you kindly follow us on Twitter @RussiaTrek or post some tweets related to our site (just mention it in the question field).

Most recent or choose the topic: Adoption, Airports, Apartments, Architecture, Archives, Business, Cities, Costs, COVID, Currency, Distances, Driving, Economy, Education, Entertainment, Flights, Food, Genealogy, History, Hotels, Languages, Locations, Misc, Money, Museums, People, Photos, Relatives, Religion, Roads, Safety, Salary, Sport, Study, Theaters, Trains, Travel, Visa, Weather, Work

Questions and answers:

Mohamed asks: PCR test certificate is required when I arrive Russia airport
Expert's answer:
As of June 26, 2022, the requirement to have a negative PCR test when entering Russia is still in effect. The test must be done no more than 48 hours before the day of arrival in the country.
Mimi asks: What happens if I am diagnosed with COVID while in Russia? Are there quarantine hotels? What does the government require?
Expert's answer:
There is no general practice for the whole of Russia, much depends on the specific region. When you receive a positive PCR test for COVID, you will be asked to comply with a self-isolation regimen at the place of current residence, if you are mildly ill. In more severe cases you will be able to receive treatment at local hospitals, but probably not for free.

Sponsored Links: