Poltava Oblast is an oblast (province) of central Ukraine. The administrative centre of the oblast is the city of Poltava. Most of its territory is part of the historic Cossack Hetmanate (its southern regions: Poltava, Myrhorod, Lubny, and Hadiach). Population: 1,386,978 (2020 est.)
Disease rates fluctuate for 5 days in a row. At the same time, the occupancy of hospital beds is at the level of 5% to 50%, not counting in children's and maternity wards.
work of educational institutions in which less than 100% of employees are vaccinated with at least one dose;
holding mass events, with the exception of certification of applicants for education;
the work of cinemas, theatres and other cultural institutions;
the work of catering establishments, except for take-out and delivery orders;
work of gyms, swimming pools;
the activities of accommodation institutions, except for hotels, sanatoriums and social institutions;
interregional and international transportation.
These restrictions will not apply if all employees and visitors have one of the following documents:
"yellow" COVID certificate or paper certificate 063-О (valid for 30 days);
green COVID certificate (valid 365 days);
international certificate of vaccination (valid 365 days);
foreign COVID-certificate of vaccination with vaccines authorized by WHO (valid for 365 days);
negative PCR result or rapid antigen test (valid 72 hours);
COVID-19 recovery certificate (valid 105 days from the date of diagnosis).
The validity period of the "yellow" certificate was reduced to 30 days. Previously, it was valid for 120 days.
Monday, 14 February 2022