MINSK, October 31. /TASS/. Belarus suspends entry to foreign nationals and stateless persons on Sunday, November 1, the country’s State Border Committee said on Saturday.
"Starting on November 1, the Republic of Belarus suspends entry to foreign nationals and stateless persons through motorway checkpoints, the checkpoints of simplified procedures, the checkpoints at railway stations, checkpoints at river ports across the State Border of the Republic of Belarus in order to prevent the spread of infection caused by COVID-19," the statement says.
The restriction does not apply to the Russian citizens who transit through Belarus en route to Russia. The passengers arriving in Belarus via Minsk’s airport are not subject to the ban.
The holders of foreign diplomatic and service passports, members of official delegations providing international gratuitous assistance to Belarus, international road haulage drivers, and those delivering international mail, crews of inland river transport, train crews and locomotive crews of international railways will be exempt from the restrictions.
The complete list is available on the official site of the committee.