Commission for Infectious Diseases proposes cancelling mandatory PCR test for arrivals from Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Albania

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The Commission for Infectious Diseases has issued a recommendation on Monday to allow entry in North Macedonia to passengers from Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Albania without presentation of PCR test results, the Ministry of Health said in a press release. The decision was reached based on relevant data, which shows low-level of imported COVID-19 cases from the above countries.

Macedonian nationals can enter Albania, Serbia and Kosovo without a PCR test, as for Bulgaria – a PCR test made 72 hours before arrival is still mandatory.

 

The Commission for Infectious Diseases has issued a recommendation on Monday to allow entry in North Macedonia to passengers from Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Albania without presentation of PCR test results, the Ministry of Health said in a press release. The decision was reached based on relevant data, which shows low-level of imported COVID-19 cases from the above countries.

Macedonian nationals can enter Albania, Serbia and Kosovo without a PCR test, as for Bulgaria – a PCR test made 72 hours before arrival is still mandatory.

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