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02.06.20
Impact on freight and passenger transport of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

With the current outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continuing to evolve, IRU is closely monitoring the status of border crossings in affected areas around the world thanks to the global IRU member network.

Please find in the document attached the updated situation on national/international transport of passengers and goods in affected regions of the world.

All information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) is available on IRU dedicated webpage.

DK 03.06.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Denmark (3 June 2020, 11:35)

Existing restrictions at Danish borders have been extended until further notice. However, some relaxations have been added to reflect the evolution of the pandemic. Persons with a “worthy purpose” (such as drivers) will be allowed to enter Denmark. Business travellers who enter Denmark as part of their jobs, with the purpose of attending meetings, etc., are now deemed to have a “worthy purpose” and can enter Denmark if such meetings, etc., cannot be postponed or held without their physical presence.

From 15 June, persons (tourists) permanently residing in Germany, Norway and Iceland will also be allowed entry if they can prove that they will stay a minimum of 6 nights in Denmark (outside Copenhagen). The rule does not apply to drivers. For persons residing in Sweden and Finland – a decision has not yet been reached.

More information can be seen here and here.

Source: ITD

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

UA 02.06.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Ukraine (2 June 2020, 15:40)

On 29 May, the Government of Ukraine informed of the opening of some additional border crossing points. In addition to those already active, the following border crossing points are now opened to traffic:

  • At the border with Hungary: Malyi Bereznyi – Ublia
  • At the border with Moldova: Serpneve 1 – Basarabiaska, Таbaky – Мyrne, Кuchurgan – Pervomaisk, Кеlmentsi  - Larga, Sokyriany – Оknytsia, Mamalyga – Kryva, Rososhany – Brichen
  • At the border with Russia: Milove – Chertkovo

Source: ASMAP

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

LT 02.06.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Lithuania (2 June 2020, 14:30)

On 1 June, the Lithuanian Government extended national quarantine until 24:00 of 16 June. Additional provisions have been added to reflect the evolution of the pandemic.

Self isolation of 14 days remains mandatory for individuals returning to Lithuania or arriving from foreign countries. The requirement does not apply to:

  • Crew members working in international transport for Lithuanian companies. Isolation up to 14 days is mandatory, except in the case of return from countries where the infection rate of the last two weeks does not exceed 25 cases per 100 thousand population.
  • Citizens from the countries of the European Economic Area, the Swiss Confederation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and persons legally residing in those countries can enter the territory of Lithuania provided that people do not come from a country where the infection rate of the last two weeks does not exceed 25 cases per 100 thousand population.
  • Citizens of the Republic of Lithuania and persons legally residing in the Republic of Lithuania who have returned or arrived from the Republic of Estonia, the Republic of Latvia and the Republic of Poland.
  • Citizens of the Republic of Estonia and the Republic of Latvia and persons legally residing in these countries who have returned or arrived from the Republic of Estonia or the Republic of Latvia.
  • Citizens of the Republic of Poland and persons legally residing in this country who have returned or arrived for work, business or study purposes, if they have not visited other countries, except the Republic of Poland or the Republic of Lithuania, during the last 14 days prior to arrival in the Republic of Lithuania.
  • Persons in transit through the territory of the Republic of Lithuania.

The transport of goods transiting through Lithuania is permitted. Upon detection of any symptom at the border of Lithuania, drivers or crew members engaged in international commercial transport in any type of vehicle, transiting through the territory of Lithuania, will not be allowed to enter the country unless they are citizens of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia or legal residents of Lithuania.

Individuals can enter the country through the following state border crossing points:

  • Road: Medininkai – Kamenyj Log, Raigardas – Privalka, Šalčininkai – Benekainys, Kybartai – Černyševskoje, Panemunė – Sovetsk, Kalvarija – Budzisk, Lazdijai – Aradninkai and all crossing points of the border with Latvia. The entry of persons and/or their passenger cars into the territory of the Republic of Lithuania is allowed only through the following international state border crossing points: Kalvarija–Budziskas and Saločiai–Grenstalė and all border crossing points of the state border with the Republic of Latvia. In exceptional cases, after obtaining the permission of the Head of the State Border Guard Service under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania or a person authorised by him, persons and/or their passenger cars may be allowed to enter the Republic of Lithuania through other road border crossing points.  
  • Railway: Vilnius railway station border crossing point, Stasylos – Benekainys, Kena – Gudagojis, Kybartai – Nesterovas, Šeštokai – Trakiškės and all border crossing points of the state border with the Republic of Latvia. In the case of commercial and/or international freight transport by rail, the state border may also be crossed through the Pagėgiai-Sovetsko railway border checkpoint;  
  • Airports: border checkpoints of Vilnius, Kaunas, Palanga and Šiauliai international airports;  
  • Seaports: Pilies, Malkų įlankos, Būtingė Oil Terminal and Molo border checkpoints.

Source: LINAVA

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

BG 02.06.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Bulgaria (2 June 2020, 11:40)

On 30 May, the Bulgarian government put in place some more deconfinement measures:

  • The range of categories allowed to enter and/or transit through the Bulgarian territory has been expanded;
  • The range of categories not subject to mandatory quarantine has been expanded; quarantine for Bulgarian coach and truck drivers coming from abroad has been lifted (non-Bulgarian drivers were permitted to enter the country without quarantine before that);
  • The special regime for non-Bulgarian drivers, including the 24 hours deadline for leaving the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria, has been lifted.

Individuals entering Bulgaria who are not subject to quarantine provisions are still required to present a declaration to the border authorities.

Full details can be read here.

Source: AEBTRI

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