In connection with the worsening of the pandemic situation in Israel, the Cabinet decided to introduce hermetic quarantine in Israel for the period between September 25 and October 11, IPN reports.
Hermetic quarantine includes hermetic closure of the country, mandatory keeping of social distancing (two meters), partial closing of synagogues, suspension of activity of the private sector, closing of markets, limitation of activity of state institutions to a minimum. The Ben Gurion Airport works for now. Israel remains closed to Moldovans too.
The Government of Armenia instituted a quarantine regime until January 11, 2021, by keeping the entrance restrictions for foreigners and stateless persons. A number of categories of people, such as aircraft crew members, drivers and mechanics of trains involved in international freight transport, representatives of embassies and consular missions, are exempted from 14-day self-isolation and from doing a COVID-19 test. Access is also allowed to close relatives of persons who died, such as parents, husband/wife, child, sister/brother.
Entrance to the Czech Republic is also restricted. The Moldovans can travel to this country only if they have a long-stay visa and/or a work contract concluded after the lifting of the state of emergency, which is after May 17, 2020. As of September 21, all the persons who travel from stated that are not on the list of countries with a low risk of contamination must mandatorily fill out an epidemiological form before entering the Czech Republic and must do a COVID-19 test in the Czech Republic within five days of the arrival.