Latest information about COVID-19 in Minsk
We collect all information about Coronavirus COVID-19 in one table. The number of confirmed cases, recovered cases and a number of death update regularly. From March 30th the Ministry of Health of Belarus don’t publish any information about number of infected people in Belarus. From 17th April no official information again.
|Date||Total Confirmed||Total Recovered||Total Deaths|
|02 Nov 2020||100 400||87 400||989|
|26 Oct 2020||89642||–||941|
|31 Aug 2020||71843||70468||681|
|13 Jul 2020||65114||55492||468|
|06 Jul 2020||63554||50871||423|
|25 Jun 2020||59945||40136||362|
|20 Jun 2020||57936||36794||343|
|17 Jun 2020||56032||32735||324|
|15 Jun 2020||54680||30420||312|
|26 May 2020||38059||15086||208|
|24 May 2020||36198||14155||199|
|23 May 2020||35244||13528||194|
|22 May 2020||34303||12833||190|
|21 May 2020||33371||12057||185|
|20 May 2020||32426||11415||179|
|19 May 2020||31508||10620||175|
|18 May 2020||30572||10130||171|
|17 May 2020||29650||9932||165|
|16 May 2020||28681||9498||160|
|14 May 2020||26772||8268||151|
|12 May 2020||24873||6974||142|
|11 May 2020||23906||6531||135|
|10 May 2020||22973||6406||131|
|09 May 2020||22052||6050||126|
|08 May 2020||21101||5484||121|
|07 May 2020||20168||5067||116|
|06 May 2020||19255||4388||112|
|05 May 2020||18350||3771||107|
|04 May 2020||17489||3259||103|
|03 May 2020||16705||3196||99|
|02 May 2020||15828||3117||97|
|01 May 2020||14917||2918||93|
|30 April 2020||14027||2386||89|
|29 April 2020||13181||2072||84|
|28 April 2020||12208||1993||79|
|27 April 2020||11289||1740||75|
|26 April 2020||10463||1695||72|
|25 April 2020||9590||1573||67|
|24 April 2020||8773||1120||63|
|23 April 2020||8022||938||60|
|22 April 2020||7281||769||58|
|21 April 2020||6723||514||55|
|20 April 2020||6264||514||51|
|17 April 2020||4779||342||42|
|16 April 2020||4204||203||40|
|15 April 2020||3728||203||36|
|14 April 2020||3281||203||33|
|13 April 2020||2919||203||29|
|12 April 2020||2578||203||26|
|11 April 2020||2226||172||23|
|10 April 2020||1981||169||19|
|09 April 2020||1486||139||16|
|08 April 2020||1066||77||13|
|07 April 2020||861||No information||13|
|06 April 2020||700||No information||13|
|05 April 2020||502||No information||8|
|04 April 2020||440||No information||At least 6 (5 official)|
|02 April 2020||304||58||4|
|01 April 2020||No information||58||2|
|30 March 2020||152||47||0|
|27 March 2020||94||32||0|
|25 March 2020||86||29||0|
|23 March 2020||81||22||0|
|21 March 2020||76||15||0|
|20 March 2020||69||15||0|
|18 March 2020||51||5||0|
|17 March 2020||36||3||0|
The first Coronavirus COVID-19 case in Belarus was discovered at the end of February 2020. It was a student of BNTU from Iran. Immediately after this, the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus decided to conduct examinations and laboratory diagnostics of all citizens arriving from South Korea, Iran and Italy.
The Government of Belarus decided not to close the borders due to the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. To this day, moving around the territory is free as well as visiting. Ground and air checkpoints on the state border of Belarus are working normally, but sanitary and quarantine measures have been strengthened everywhere.
There is no shortage of medicines, antiseptics and protective medical masks in Belarusian pharmacies.
Today, March 10, 2020 in Belarus, 9 confirmed cases of Coronavirus COVID-19. Seven cases in Minsk, two cases in Vitebsk. Seven cases of Coronavirus COVID-19 recorded in Minsk are the first infected Iranian student and six members of the family with whom he was in contact. Two cases in Vitebsk are a woman arrived from a business trip from Milan and her relative.
Is it safe to travel to Belarus?
Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Belarus in one of the safest country in the world. The total number of confirmed cases is 9. Of these, three have already been recovered.
Dispensers with an antiseptic are installed in all public places. At the airport, train station and other public places, increased security measures and additional checks are carried out using temperature measuring sensors.
The general situation in Minsk and the country is calm, there is no panic, mass events have not been canceled. Hotels, museums and other public and entertainment facilities are operating normally.
The total number of recovered people from Coronavirus COVID-19 infection in Belarus increased to three people.
On March 7, the first patient with a laboratory-confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 was recovered. A student from Iran received a third negative test result. Two patients with whom he had close contact have also received negative test results to date.
According to the Ministry of Health, all six patients with laboratory-confirmed coronavirus COVID-19 feel good: there are no signs of the disease, the body temperature is normal. Their regular clinical and laboratory examination continues. After 14 days and after receiving negative test results, they can also be released from hospitals.
Regulations in Minsk Airport During COVID-19
On May 21, 2020, the EASA – European Aviation Safety Agency in cooperation with ECDC – European Center for Disease Prevention and Control issued a Protocol. It is the operational guidelines for the management of air passengers and aviation personnel in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic. Minsk National Airport, created all the necessary conditions to ensure your safety and preserve your health.
Who Do Not Need Self–isolate Upon Arrival in Minsk (Updated)
Passengers arrived from these countries do not need to be self-isolated after arrival to Minsk. Updated 21st October 2020
Passengers arriving from the above countries are not required to be self-insulated for 14 days from the date of arrival to the Republic of Belarus.
Important Update from 21 October 2020
On 21 October 2020 The Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries, upon arrival from which travelers will be required to isolate themselves for 10 days. These 28 countries were previously excluded from the list of “dangerous”, but now they are returned: the second wave of COVID-19 is approaching. Here they are:
France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Moldova, USA, Netherlands, Lebanon, Iceland, Czech Republic, UK, Romania, Northern Macedonia, Ireland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tunisia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Poland, Lithuania, Sweden, Canada, Bulgaria, Denmark, Liechtenstein, Malta, Israel, Spain.
Update from 03 November 2020
On 03 November 2020 The Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries, upon arrival from which travelers will be required to isolate themselves for 10 days. These 7 countries were previously excluded from the list of “dangerous”, but now they are returned: the second wave of COVID-19 is approaching. Here they are:
Germany, Albania, Italy, Cyprus, San-Marino, Monaco, Latvia