Updated: November 26, 2021
The official rules and COVID-measurements are updated regularly. We, therefore, recommend double-checking the information provided on the official sites of the Uzbek government.
I have an internationally acknowledged COVID-19 vaccination or recovered from COVID-19. Do I need a PCR test when entering Uzbekistan?
You must present a negative PCR test to travel to Uzbekistan in English or Russian, made not more than 72 hours before entry, regardless of whether you have been vaccinated or were recovered recently.
I am not vaccinated against COVID-19. Can I travel to Uzbekistan?
Yes, you can travel to Uzbekistan. You will be required to show a negative PCR test in English or Russian, which was made not more than 72 hours before entry into the country.
Do I have to fill in an entry form before travelling to Uzbekistan?
You do not need to fill in an entry form before your travel; you will get it on the airplane and complete it before landing.
Do I need a PCR test when I leave Uzbekistan?
When leaving Uzbekistan, airlines follow the rules of the destination country. We highly recommend you check the regulations of your travel destination.
Where can I do a PCR test in Uzbekistan?
There are many laboratories in each city. In Tashkent, some laboratories are open 24/7. In comparison to European cities, pharmacies do not make PCR tests.
How much costs a PCR test in Uzbekistan?
The average cost of a PCR test in Uzbekistan varies from 20 USD to 30 USD.
What are face-mask requirements in Uzbekistan?
Officially it is necessary to wear masks in indoor sites: shops and supermarkets, trains and airplanes. You are exempt from doing it in restaurants.
Vaccination against COVID-19 in Uzbekistan
In Uzbekistan, mass vaccination against the coronavirus started on 1 April 2021. The following vaccines are currently available in Uzbekistan
3. AstraZeneca (Covishield)
5. Sputnik V.