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Coronavirus (COVID-19) in St. Petersburg, Russia

On this page we gathered useful information, latest news & statistics of the new cases, recovers & deaths on the Coronavirus in St. Petersburg, Russia
Actual Situation on Coronavirus (COVID-19) in St. Petersburg
In October restrictions related to the coronavirus in St. Petersburg are gradually easing .

To date, cafes and restaurants, shops, theaters, cinemas and other entertainment venues have been restored. Sports and cultural events are allowed.

At the same time, the recommendations of the city Government on wearing medical protective equipment (masks and gloves), as well as maintaining social distance and other precautions to prevent infection remain.

Entry to the territory of the Russian Federation is currently possible through several countries with which air traffic is currently open, namely: Turkey, England, Tanzania, Switzerland, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, and the Maldives.

Who can visit Russia right now?

 — Diplomats and their family members,
 — Members of intergovernmental commissions, committees or special delegations,
 — Relatives of a deceased person, provided that they have documents confirming their relations,
 — Foreigners seeking medical treatment (can be arranged by MOST Petersburg),
 — Foreigners studying in Russia,
 — Foreigners who have job offers in professions that fall under the "highly qualified specialists" category.

We will update the information as it becomes available.

St. Petersburg is the first city in Russia which has been awarded the WTTC "Safe Travels" stamp — meaning the city has adopted global, standardised health and hygiene protocols. "Safe Travels" guidance from the World Health Organisation and government agencies allows travellers and other Travel & Tourism stakeholders to recognise destination authorities and companies around the world that have implemented health and hygiene protocols that are aligned with WTTC's Safe Travels Protocols.

St. Petersburg Safe Travels

St. Petersburg Safe Travels

St. Petersburg is the first city in Russia which has been awarded the WTTC "Safe Travels" stamp — meaning the city has adopted global, standardised health and hygiene protocols. "Safe Travels" guidance from the World Health Organisation and government agencies allows travellers and other Travel & Tourism stakeholders to recognise destination authorities and companies around the world that have implemented health and hygiene protocols that are aligned with WTTC’s Safe Travels Protocols.

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