“Serbian citizens can enter Italy if they have a certificate of vaccination, i.e. if they have been vaccinated with a vaccine recognised by the European Union or the European Medicines Agency, in addition to which they must present a negative PCR or rapid antigen test together with a completed European Localisation Form (PLF),” Serbian Ambassador to Italy, Goran Aleksić, said yesterday.
“These three conditions need to be met if Serbian citizens want to enter Italy. If one of them is missing, the entry is also possible but in that case, a person entering Italy has be quarantined for 5 days. The Italian authorities will supervise the quarantine and our citizens should adhere to these measures,” he underlined.
Ambassador Aleksić also said that Italy is one of the EU countries most affected by the epidemic and added: More than 130,000 people have died as a result of this virus. For these reasons, Italy has had an excellent response to the government’s call for vaccination. Today, more than 80% of the Italian population has been vaccinated and revaccinated”.
The Italian government has decided that as of today, 15 October, 23 million employees can only go to work if they have a green pass, which means that a worker who does not have a green pass will not be able to go to work and will not receive compensation for absence. “Those who do not have a green pass will have to test themselves every 48 hours,” the ambassador reminded.
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