Kazakhstan is lifting border restrictions
From April 11, Kazakhstan will lift restrictions on crossing the border with Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia on land.
From April 11, Kazakhstan will lift restrictions on the crossing of the state border by citizens of Kazakhstan, stateless persons and foreigners at land checkpoints with Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia.
The decision was made on April 6 by the Interdepartmental Commission for the Prevention of the Coronavirus in Kazakhstan in connection with the stabilization of the epidemiological situation, according to the website of the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan.
All restrictions on air crossing of the Kazakh state border have also been lifted.
In this case, for citizens of Kazakhstan and foreigners who have a residence permit in the country, as well as foreigners who have a passport for mutual vaccination, the negative result of the Covid-19 test using the PCR method, certificate or completion of a full course of vaccination. Mandatory submission of a document (passport), the requirement to re-vaccinate against Covid-19 remains.