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Belarus' air borders are open for travel, while land borders are closed. Few restrictions are in place domestically.
Anyone arriving to Belarus from an infected country, or that is showing symptoms, will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days. At the moment, most countries are considered high-risk.
All arrivals to Belarus are required to present negative PCR test results, no older than 72 hours, exempt from this rule are residents of Belarus.
Public transportation in Belarus is operating.
Restaurants, cafes and bars in Belarus are open, with health measures in place.
Non essential businesses and attractions in Belarus are open, with health measures in place.
Wearing face masks is required on public transportation.