I need to travel to Minsk, Belarus from Berlin, Germany for a couple of days. I'm flying with Belavia and on their website, it says that all inbound passengers have to quarantine for 10 days. I was wondering if it's possible to do a PCR test once I land in Minsk and show a negative result in order to avoid the quarantine. However, I couldn't find any related information.

For example, if you fly into Berlin you have to quarantine or you can also do a PCR test and show a negative result which would allow you to avoid quarantining for 10 days. I'm hoping their is something similar in Minsk.

  • I think you got the Berlin details wrong: Since November you have to do a minimum of 5 days of quarantine and only then can take a test to get out. See berlin.de/corona/massnahmen/einreisen/….
    – Hilmar
    Dec 2, 2020 at 20:09
  • @Hilmar Thanks for the update! My information is from August/September because when I came back to Berlin, I did the test directly at the airport and only had to quarantine while waiting for the results.
    – Ski Mask
    Dec 2, 2020 at 20:18

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Apparently, Germany is - together with the USA and others - one of the countries whose citizens can enter Belarus without being quarantined, as of July 2020. Here it is another website with also a local number of an info-line.

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