Serbia abolishes mandatory PCR test for nationals of Albania, North Macedonia, Bulgaria and Montenegro

Bosnian, North Macedonian, Albanian, Bulgarian and Montenegrin citizens can come to Serbia without a negative PCR test and mandatory quarantine as of Thursday.

Serbia’s Government has decided to abolish coronavirus-related travel restrictions with Albania and Bulgaria and Montenegro.

At the same time, Montenegro suspended mandatory PCR test for people coming in the country, including those from Serbia.

People from other countries will have to have the test or to spend ten days in self-isolation from the day of the entering Serbia.

For travellers from the US, instead of PCR, a negative Antigene FIA test will be valid.

(Kurir, 14.01.2021)

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