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Information for travelers to Belarus

TRAVEL TO BELARUS

People who arrive in Belarus from the countries where coronavirus cases were reported should observe 14-day self-isolation at home. They will not be allowed to leave Belarus until the self-isolation period is over.

However, this requirement will not apply to foreign nationals returning home via Belarus. Exceptions will be made for members of diplomatic missions and consular posts of foreign states in Belarus and non-resident staff accredited in other countries, as well as for employees of international organizations and their offices located in Belarus and their family members. Exemption also extends to heads and members of official delegations, interstate drivers, flight crews, crews of inland vessels and train crews.

If you are planning to visit Belarus, please, check before your travel information on our website, websites of the Health Service , National Airport Minsk and Border force as well as information from your carrier.

Embassy advises you to take direct Belavia flights from London to Minsk. Flights operate on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Please be advised that upon arrival you may be a subject for screening measures (temperature checks etc., and health/travel questions) and be quarantined if COVID-19 is suspected.

CONSULAR ISSUES

Due to COVID-19 CONSULAR SECTION IS CLOSED FROM 23 MARCH 2020 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.


ENTRANCE TO THE PREMISES IN CASES OF EMERGENCY IS ALLOWED IN MASKS ONLY
. If you have flu-like symptoms, please refrain from visiting the Embassy.


We also kindly ask you to post visa applications (with the exception of individual cases) instead of applying in person. Additional information and clarifications can be obtained by calling +44 (0) 207 938 36 77 (on business days from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.) or by e-mail uk.counsul@mfa.gov.by.