Vaccination Certificate or Negative PCR Test Required To Enter North Macedonia as of Sept. 1   | Beta Briefing

Vaccination Certificate or Negative PCR Test Required To Enter North Macedonia as of Sept. 1  

Source: Beta
News / Region | 31.08.21 | access_time 16:37

Tabanovce crossing (Beta/Government of Serbia/Slobodan Miljevic)

As of Sept. 1, North Macedonia will impose new entry requirements for its citizens and foreign nationals, who will have to present a vaccination certificate, a negative PCR test of a valid certificate of recent Covid-19 infection.

According to a decision of the Skopje government, as of Sept. 1, North Macedonian and foreign nationals who wish to enter the country will have to present at a border crossing a vaccination certificate, a certificate of Covid-19 infection recovery not older than 45 days, or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of the entry.
 

North Macedonia citizens returning to the country without any of the three documents will be ordered to home quarantine for seven days.

Foreign nationals traveling through North Macedonia will have five hours for their transit and will also have to sign an entry statement which they will have to hand to border officers when exiting the country.  

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