The Republic of Moldova is added to the list of countries whose vaccination certificates against COVID 19 are recognized in England. The measure will enter into force today, October 11, at 04.00.
The Embassy of the Republic of Moldova in the United Kingdom warns that, for those who arrive in England before this date, there are valid regulations for people who are not completely vaccinated.
After October 11, travelers holding a Moldovan vaccination certificate must present the following entry to the UK: proof of booking a COVID test to be performed within two days of arrival and the form locator form form, IPN reports.
The British authorities point out that, from 1 October, access to this state will be made on the basis of a valid passport.
Although facing a shortage of staff in several areas, the UK has become strict with foreigners. The government led by Boris Johnson has announced that 5,000 temporary work visas are available for those who want to work as professional drivers. However, so far only 127 applications for temporary work visas have been registered. At the moment, Britain is also facing a basic food crisis, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson says “everything will be temporary” and will not oppose a new wave of migrants. British officials have called on companies to save the economy. Wages have been called for professional drivers.