Macedonian nationals can transit Serbia without PCR test, but only within 12 hours


According to latest rules of Serbia’s Ministry of Health, as of Friday, Macedonian nationals transiting the country are not required to present a negative PCR test upon entry.

Macedonian nationals, in line with recommendations of Serbia’s Ministry of Health, can enter Serbia only by presenting a negative coronavirus PCR test made in the last 48 hours, MIA’s Belgrade correspondent reports. According to the decision, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia are included in the list of COVID-19 risk countries.

However, if only transiting Serbia’s territory within 12 hours from one border crossing to another, Macedonian nationals aren’t required to present a negative PCR test.

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