Kyrgyzstan to cancel PCR tests and vaccination certificates at border crossing on May 1
Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers Edil Bayzalov held a regular meeting of the operational headquarters to combat the spread of coronavirus infection and eliminate its consequences.
As a result of the meeting, a decision was made on May 1 to abolish the mandatory requirement to have a negative PCR test or vaccination certificate when crossing the border of Kyrgyzstan.
The regional plenipotentiaries of the President have been instructed, together with the Ministry of Health, to continue the vaccination campaign.
At the next meeting, the Cabinet will consider the decision to cancel the emergency regime.