How to Say Get Well Soon in Russian

When someone we care about is feeling under the weather, it’s natural to want to show them that we’re thinking of them and wishing them a speedy recovery. One of the most common ways to do this is by saying get well soon in Russian.

In Russian, the phrase get well soon is translated as “скорейшего выздоровления” (skorEyshiva vizdaravlEniya). This phrase is often used to convey feelings of empathy and support for someone who is going through a difficult time with their health.

Also you can use the following phrases:

Выздоравливай – get well (informal)

Выздоравливайте – get well (formal)


In Russian, we use -те to show the formality or the plural form of the noun.


Выздоравливай (-те) скорее – get well soon

Поправляйся скорее – get well soon (informal)

Поправляйтесь скорее – get well soon (formal)

Надеюсь, тебе/вам скоро станет лучше. – I hope you’ll get better soon.

Надеюсь, тебе/вам станет лучше. – I hope you’ll get better.

Отдыхай (-те) и выздоравливай (-те) поскорее. – Rest up and get well soon.

Береги (-те) себя и выздоравливайте поскорее. – Take care and get well soon.

Желаю скорейшего выздоровления. – Wishing a speedy recovery.

Береги (-те) себя. – Take care.