The Russian Sputnik vaccine is not recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), so Ukraine does not recognize this drug.
About it in the program “5 questions” of the TV channelHouse“the story of the spokesman of the State Border Guard Service Andrey Demchenko.
“Previously established rules continue to apply. Ukraine does not recognize the Russian Sputnik vaccine, which they are trying to vaccinate citizens for during the temporarily occupied territories. The vaccine must be one that is confirmed by the WHO,” Demchenko explained.
As you know, “Sputnik” replaces the vaccine to enter the occupied Crimea and some districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions (ORDLO). However, due to the indeterminate WHO of the Russian drug, citizens who arrived in the territory controlled by Ukraine must go to 10-day self-isolation. Self-isolation can be reduced during a negative COVID-19 test.
After reviewing the checkpoint entry-visit (CPVV) during self-isolation do not fall citizens who: plan to be vaccinated in controlled Ukraine, have a place for this unique identifier; have passed a full course of vaccination (two doses) with drugs approved by the World Health Organization; have another vaccine supplement approved by the World Health Organization; give up work to enter educational institutions; parents accompanying entrants who plan to enter Ukrainian universities.