Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights published a decree abolishing the mandatory 14-day isolation for all visitors to Russia. This requirement is no longer valid from July 15.
In order not to get into isolation, it is now enough for a visitor to present a medical document in English or Russian confirming a negative test for COVID-19 coronavirus. Also, foreign citizens will be able to provide the results of a PCR test done no earlier than 72 hours before arrival in the country, as well as a certificate of the presence of immunoglobulin G antibodies (if any).
If there is no test, the visitor — a Russian or a foreigner — will be required to pass it at his own expense in Russia within three days. The document does not specify where the visitor should stay all the time until the test results come.