Uzbekistan Covid Travel Restrictions

Uzbekistan Covid Travel Restrictions

Last Updated: June 10

Uzbekistan Covid Travel Summary

Travel to Uzbekistan: Allowed for tourists and business travelers
Entry requirements: Negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of flight or entry
Lockdown: No
Gatherings: Permitted up to 50 people
Hotels: Open
Transport: Fully functioning, masks required
Shopping centers: Open
Entertainment venues: Open
Eateries and bars: Open

Uzbekistan Entry Restrictions

Uzbekistan is welcoming tourists according to pre-COVID entry requirements, meaning that most nationalities will either be granted visa-free entry or will be eligible for an inexpensive online tourist visa.

Travelers entering Uzbekistan by air must present a negative PCR certificate, written in English or Russian and taken within 72 hours of checking in for the flight. Travelers arriving by land may either present a negative PCR test taken up to 72 hours before arrival or take an express test at the border.

Although everyone is currently required to sign a paper agreeing to 2 weeks of self-isolation upon entering Uzbekistan, this policy is no longer being enforced. Additionally, anyone who arrives to Uzbekistan with an official tour group consisting of 5 or more individuals should not need to sign the self-isolation requirement.

All arrivals from Turkey and India (including transit passengers) are currently required to take a PCR test at the airport and to quarantine while they await the test results. Anyone who tests positive will either be taken to a quarantine facility or be required to remain in a pre-approved hotel. Those who test negative are expected to remain in self-isolation for an additional 14 days.

Uzbekistan Covid Exit Requirements

Everyone who departs from Uzbekistan by air will need to show a negative PCR test. Test results are not required for domestic flights.

The standard cost of PCR testing in Uzbekistan is around 25USD per person. The result is usually ready in 4-8 hours in Tashkent, while in other regions it could take up to 12-24 hours. Payment, usually by cash, must be made by the patient prior to testing.

If you don’t wish to go to a clinic, you may order testing at your hotel for a service fee of 10 USD per person. You will need to place your request one day in advance and send a copy of your passport to the clinic. Please note that this service is available only in Tashkent.

To receive results back in 2-3 hours, express PCR testing (also available only in Tashkent) may be requested for a price of approximately 40 USD. Most clinics in Tashkent are open 24 hours, while in other regions the typical working hours are from 09:00 to 17:00.

At most clinics, you will have the option of either receiving a printed result in color or a black-and-white copy via the messaging app Telegram. You may also get your result at the telegram bot @coronavirustest_testingbot by following these steps:

1. Enter START

2. Enter your passport number

3. Enter your date of birth (date.month.year)

4. You will be given a link which you will need to open to view the results

5. You may print a black and white copy, size A4.

Please note that only printed PCR certificates will be accepted by most airlines flying in and out of Uzbekistan. The printout must either be an original in color or a black-and-white printout with a QR code.

For an example of the type of official test result which will be accepted at Tashkent International Airport, please see the following.

Example of the Type of Official Test Result, Uzbekistan Covid Travel Restrictions


Uzbekistan Clinics Offering PCR Testing

There are more than 40 laboratories in Uzbekistan which can provide PCR testing for Covid-19, including the following clinics:

Tibbiyot Dunyosi, +998 95 199 5500, +998 71 277 5090 (
Genotexnoligiya, +998 95 198 8303 (
Unilab Service, +998 33 070 1133
Shox International Hospital, +998 71 207 0017 (
Swiss Lab, +998 71 207 6556, +998 95 145 0006

Samarqand Tibbiy Diagnostika, +998 66 233 9333, +998 66 233 0533 (
Gamma Med Clinic, +998 95 507 3330, +998 93 353 2726,
Parizoda Medical Service, +998 95 500 1848, +998 91 546 6171
Neo-Vita Medical Center, +998 90 530 1144, +998 95 560 1118

Free-Joy Medical Laboratory, +998 91 126 3040
Biotest Medical, +998 90 634 3120, +998 73 244 0033

Evromed, +998 91 202 0077

Medical Centre, +998 78 770 7777, +998 99 503 0303
Emergency Medical Service +998 61 224 8820, +998 91 373 3108

Emergency Medical Service, +998 65 223 3740
Azimed Hospital +998 93 453 5005, +998 91 925 0303

Emergency Medical Service, +998 62 228 8281, +998 62 228 8270

Shohijahon Diagnostic, +998 99 731 4425, +998 99 347 0997 

Please feel free to contact us with any further questions you may have in relation to the latest Uzbekistan covid travel restrictions.