Infectious Diseases Commission proposes lifting COVID certificate mandate for entering the country


The Commission for Infectious Diseases recommended on Wednesday lifting of mandatory possession of a certificate for COVID-19 vaccination or recovery upon entering the country. These certificates will remain valid for entering hospitality facilities.

It is not recommended to lift this obligation upon entering restaurants and bars because the Commission considers that it is not good to abolish everything at once, but gradually.

The gradual abolition of the measures is yielding results and this can be seen in the daily decline in the numbers, said the spokesperson of the Commission for Infectious Diseases Dr. ZlateMehmedovikj.

The new proposal for entering the country without a certificate of vaccination or recovery should be adopted by the Government. At its session on Tuesday, the Government approved the previous message of the Commission – to lift the indoor protective mask mandate, except in healthcare facilities, pharmacies, public transportation and retirement homes and institutions for people with disabilities.

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