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Serbia requires negative PCR test for Bulgaria, Romania, Northern Macedonia and Croatia

Christian Fernsby |
It is a result of the strengthening of the sanitary control at all border checkpoints due to the return of tourists from summer vacations.

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Serbia already requires Bulgarians to take a negative PCR test upon entering the country, done no later than 48 hours before the date of departure.

The measure also affects Romania, Northern Macedonia and Croatia.

The new requirement is being reported as only applicable to foreigners arriving from these four countries, and does not apply to (1) those with permanent residence in Serbia; (2) crew members and passengers transiting Serbia for less than 12 hours (including cargo vehicle drivers); (3) children under age 12 accompanied by parents who have valid PCR test results; or (4) properly accredited diplomats and their families.

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