ALL TRAVELLERS TO KYRGYZSTAN AFTER OCTOBER 5 ARE NOW REQUIRED TO PASS COVID PCR TEST IN THE 72 HOURS PRIOR TO THE ARRIVAL
The Kyrgyz authorities approved a new algorithm for crossing the state border of Kyrgyzstan for both air and land transport.
According to the new rules, beginning on the October 5, 2020, all travelling passengers will be allowed on board the aircraft to Kyrgyzstan upon presentation of a negative PCR test for COVID-19, obtained in the 72 hours prior to the arrival.
Upon arrival in the Kyrgyz Republic, there will be an additional check of the PCR-test document as well as temperature measurement of the passengers aboard the aircraft.
If the validity of PCR-test expires due to objective reasons connected with duration of travel or flight delay, the British nationals could be required to pass a PCR-test at the place of arrival.
In case of absence of the results of the PCR-test, indicating the absence of coronavirus infection, or in the presence of clinical signs of infection, British nationals are not allowed to enter the Kyrgyz Republic.
British nationals crossing the border of the Kyrgyz Republic through vehicle checkpoints are also required to present the results of the PCR test that demonstrates the absence of the COVID infection within the last 120 hours (5 days).
Rules for crossing the state border of Kyrgyzstan by ground transportation shall come into force on September 26, 2020.