Nationals of Serbia, Montenegro, BiH, Kosovo must present PCR test upon entering country

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As of Thursday all nationals of Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro must present a valid negative PCR test from the past 72 hours when entering the country.

The Government has adopted at a session on Wednesday the proposal by the Commission for Infectious Diseases to allow nationals of Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro entry in Macedonia only with presentation of a valid PCR test.

The Commission made this decision after reviewing the current epidemiological situation in the four countries and in line with information it received from their healthcare authorities.

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