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CZ 01.07.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Czech Republic (1 July 2020, 12:05)

On 30 June, the Czech Ministry of Health relaxed the rules on travelling to the Czech Republic. Foreigners coming from high-risk countries are still subject to provisions to comply with upon entry. Rules in detail can be read here.

The classification of countries, according to their risk, is updated every other week, and the latest can be found here. As of 30 June, Polish, British and EU citizens with temporary or permanent residency in Poland and Great Britain, can enter the Czech Republic without the necessity of having a negative PCR test and without the necessity to prove the purpose of travel.

Entry restrictions and quarantine measures do not apply to people working in international transport. Details can be found here.

All border crossings with Austria, Germany, Poland and Slovakia are open.

Source: CESMAD

A consolidated overview of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation is available on IRU Flash Info webpage. 

IR 01.07.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Iran (1 July 2020, 12:00)

As of 30 June the situation at Iranian borders is as follows:

Iran – Iraq

  • Parvizkhan – Kalar and Tamarchin – Hajj Omran:

-      Iranian goods vehicles can enter Iraq, and both countries’ vehicles can cross the border. Transshipment operations at the border are also possible. Third country vehicles are not allowed to enter Iraq.

-      Iranian and Iraqi nationals are allowed to enter Iran, while Iraq does not allow Iranian and Iraqi people to leave the country, nor third country citizens to transit through their territory.

-      It is estimated that up to 4 days are needed to cross the border.

  • Bashmagh – Panjwin:

-      Third countries’ vehicles are allowed to cross the border, and there is no restriction on movements of Iranian and Iraqi vehicles. Aside from that, the same rules as above apply.

  • Chazzabeh – Sheib, Shalamcheh – Shalmjeh and Khosravi – Manzarieh:

-      Borders on the Iraqi side are closed to the movement of commercial and passenger vehicles.

-      In Khosravi – Manzarieh, the border crossing of dual nationality citizens will be resumed from 25 June.

  • Mehran – Zorbatieh:

-      Entry of Iranian and Iraqi nationals is authorised; Iraq does not allow the departure of Iranian and Iraqi citizens, nor the transit of third country citizens.

-      As from 9 June, only 200 trucks (roughly 100 for transshipment and 100 for border crossings) are permitted; and only on Sundays and Wednesdays. The border waiting time is estimated at around two days.


Iran – Azerbaijan

  • Bilehsavar – Bilesuvar:

-      Commercial and passenger fleet movements are authorised. The border waiting time is estimated at less than 24 hours.

  • Astara – Astara and Jolfa – Julfa:

-      Iranian and Azeri nationals are allowed to cross the border, while Azerbaijan does not allow departure of Iranian and Iraqi citizens nor the transit of third country vehicles. Goods vehicles are authorised. The border waiting time is estimated at less than 24 hours.

  • Poldasht – Shahtakhty:

-      Passenger vehicles are not allowed to cross the border, while goods vehicles are. The border waiting time is estimated at less than 24 hours.


Iran – Pakistan

  • Taftan – Mirjaveh:

-       Passenger vehicles are not permitted to cross the border. Since mid-June, goods vehicle operations are limited to those authorised. The border waiting time is estimated at up to one week.


Iran – Turkmenistan 

  • Sarakhs – Serakhs, Artik – Loftabad, Bajgiran – Godan and Inchehboroun – Altyn Asyr

-       Except for the admission of national fleet, Turkmenistan does not allow the entry of goods vehicles.Passenger traffic is also not permitted to enter the country.


Iran - Afghanistan

  • Dogharoun – Islam Qala, Mahirud – Farah and Milak – Zaranj:

-      Goods vehicles can use all borders, the border waiting time is estimated at less than 24 hours.

-      At Milak – Zaranj, passenger vehicles cannot enter Afghanistan.

-      As from 20 June, border crossing at Dogharoun – Islam Qala is only permitted for those people leaving Iran or Afghanistan who hold a residence permit in the other country.

-      At Mahirud – Farah, only Iranian and Afghan nationals are allowed to cross the border. Afghanistan does not allow the departure of Iranian and Afghan citizens, nor the transit of third country citizens.

 

Iran – Turkey

  • Kapikoi – Razi

-      Goods vehicle operations are suspended, and Turkey does not permit the entry of passenger vehicles.

  • Esendere – Sero

-      While movements of Iranian and Turkish nationals are authorised, only Turkish goods vehicles are permitted to operate under strict sanitary conditions.

  • Gurbulak – Bazargan

-      While movements of Iranian and Turkish nationals are authorised, goods vehicle operations resumed two weeks ago for both countries, with strict health controls, which are resulting in border waiting times of up to one week.

 

Iran – Armenia

  • Meghri – Nordooz:

-      Admission of Iranian and Armenian nationals or holders of both country passports is authorised; Armenia does not permit the departure of Iranian and Armenian citizens, nor transit of third country citizens.

-      Commercial fleet operations resumed two weeks ago for  both countries, with strict health controls.


Source: I.R.IRAN MRUD RMTO

A consolidated overview of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation is available on IRU Flash Info webpage. 

RS 30.06.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Serbia (30 June 2020, 17:40)

As of 30 June, all COVID-19 related entry restrictions are lifted for both Serbian and foreign citizens. It is no longer necessary to have a negative PCR test or special permit to enter Serbia. The government also abolished self-isolation requirements upon entry. Travellers should be prepared for restrictions to change with little notice. The website of the government provides regular information on these measures.

Intercity, urban and suburban bus and rail transport operations have resumed; face masks are mandatory when using public transport in Belgrade.

Source: Serbian government

A consolidated overview of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation is available on IRU Flash Info webpage. 

MT 30.06.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Malta (30 June 2020, 17:40)

As from 1 July, Malta will open borders with the following countries: Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France (except for Ile-de-France), Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy (except for Emilia-Romagne, Lombardy and Piemonte), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland (except for Katowice Airport), Slovakia and Spain (except for Madrid, Catalonia, Castilla-La Mancha, Castile and Leon). Upon arrival in Malta, travellers must sign a declaration that they have spent the past 30 days in a country on the “safe list”. Outside the EU, Iceland, Israel, Norway and Switzerland are on the list of countries from which people are allowed to travel to Malta.

People urgently travelling to Malta from countries other than those mentioned above have to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

Source: Maltese government

A consolidated overview of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation is available on IRU Flash Info webpage

BY 30.06.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Belarus (30 June 2020, 16:25)

On 29 June, the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus issued Resolution No. 372, which amends Resolution No. 171 of 25 March 2020; concerning measures to prevent the importation and spread of infection caused by the coronavirus COVID-19; as well as Resolution No.311 of 25 May 2020, on the deployment of navigation devices (seals).

Notably, drivers in transit are no longer requestedto use designated highways or stop for rest and fuelling at designated rest areas or fuel stations, or exit Belarus, no longer than the next day, upon the date of entry.  Drivers are no longer required to use navigation seals for transit via the territory of Belarus.  Navigation seals will be offered as an alternative to customs convoy in cases required by the legislation.

Also, drivers who failed to comply with the above requirements will no longer be requested to use navigation seals for transit via the territory of Belarus. Navigation seals will be offered as an alternative to customs convoy in cases required by the legislation.

The Resolution shall enter into force on 1 July 2020.

Source: IRU Moscow office

A consolidated overview of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation is available on IRU Flash Info webpage.