25 March 2020
There are only 17 border crossing points operating in Moldova.
At the border with Romania:
Leușeni - Albița (road/international)
Sculeni – Sculeni (road/international)
Ungheni – Iaşi (rail/international)
Giurgiulești - Galați (road/international)
Giurgiulești - Galați (rail/international)
Costești - Stânca (road/international)
At the border with Ukraine:
As from 00:00 on 17 March 2020 it is forbidden to cross the Moldova-Ukrainian state border and as from 20:00 on 17 March 2020 – the Moldova-Romanian state border is closed to foreign citizens entering Moldova through border crossing points.
This restriction does not apply to foreign citizens and individuals without citizenship residing or permanently/temporarily residing in Moldova, drivers and maintenance staff of goods vehicles, crews of aircraft/ships and crews of railway trains. Exceptions are also applied to members of diplomatic missions and consular posts, accredited in the Republic of Moldova, international organisations/representative offices and members of their families.
Individuals entering Moldova must fill in a medical card and sign a declaration of personal liability for compliance with the self-isolation regime for 14 days at specified locations.
As an exception, car drivers and transport service personnel that carry cargo, crews of aircraft/ships and train crews, are not required to comply with self-isolation in the absence of clinical signs of respiratory infection or fever.
Source: State customs committee of Moldova, Government of Moldova, AITA.