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REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY INTO THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA AS OF 20 DECEMBER

https://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/citizens/travel-serbia/covid-19-entry-requirements

To prevent import of infectious disease onto the territory of the Republic of Serbia, as of 20 December 2020, individuals coming to the Republic of Serbia, shall be allowed to enter the Republic of Serbia solely provided they have a negative RT-PCR test to the virus SARS-CoV-2, not older than 48 hours, issued by a referential laboratory of the country they are coming from, that is the country they are entering the Republic of Serbia. Should there be a delay when entering the Republic of Serbia that cannot be attributed to the passenger but to an existence of an extraordinary occurrence that could not have been foreseen, avoided or discarded (delay/postponement of flight, bus or train departure, or similar event), then the test cannot be older than 72 hours when entering the Republic of Serbia.

Nationals of the Republic of Serbia and foreign nationals having either a temporary or permanent permit in the Republic of Serbia, and also members of diplomatic/consular staff and members of their families, when entering the Republic of Serbia, and who do not have a negative RT-PCR test to the virus SARS-CoV-2, issued by a referential laboratory of the country they are coming from, that is the country they are entering the Republic of Serbia, not older than 48 hours from the date the result has been issued, shall be ordered a measure of quarantine at home in a duration of 10 days. This measure shall cease to be valid provided the person to whom it was ordered obtains during the duration of the measure a negative RT-PCR test to the virus SARS-CoV-2 issued by a referential laboratory in the Republic of Serbia. The aforementioned individuals shall be served when entering the Republic of Serbia, at a passport check-point a written information – medical advice on how to abide by the measures of a quarantine at home in a 10-day period from the moment they passed the state border and to mandatory call on the relevant COVID health-care centre or a relevant public health institute in particular territory within 24 hours from crossing the state border by having them registered at the following address: www.e-zdravlje.gov.rs

A negative RT-PCR test to the virus SARS-CoV-2, not older than 48 hours, as a requirement to enter the Republic of Serbia, shall not apply to:

  • foreign nationals transiting through the Republic of Serbia. Transit for foreign nationals is limited to a period not longer than 12 hours from the moment of entering the territory of the Republic of Serbia;
  • crew and cabin crew of aircraft whose final destination is the Republic of Serbia;
  • crew, personnel and passengers who are in transit, that is who are in transfer through international airports of the Republic of Serbia;
  • accredited members of the staff of foreign diplomatic missions, consular posts and international organizations resident offices, as well as members of their families who are holders of special identity cards, that is identification documents issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Office of the Secretary General of the Government of the Republic of Serbia;
  • minors up to 12 years of age, provided the parent, custodian or any other person accompanying the child has a negative RT-PCR test, if it is needed;
  • foreign nationals who have either a temporary or permanent permit in the Republic of Serbia;
  • members of foreign military, police and other security services who are transiting through the territory of the Republic of Serbia or who are coming to the Republic of Serbia for official purposes with prior notification;
  • foreign nationals carrying out international transport, for the purposes of loading or unloading goods or for transportation of people in or through the Republic of Serbia, when it comes to crews of:

 

a) cargo motor vehicles transporting goods by international road traffic. In case of transit traffic, the latter is limited to a period not longer than 12 hours from the moment of entry in the Republic of Serbia;
b) cargo ships transporting goods to one of Serbian ports. In case of transit navigation on the international waterway on the territory of the Republic of Serbia, the latter shall be limited to a period not longer than 90 hours for ship formations and 60 hours for self-propelled watercrafts from the moment they entered the territory of the Republic of Serbia in case of upstream navigation, or for a period not longer than 72 hours for ship formations and 54 hours for self-propelled watercrafts from the moments they entered the territory of the Republic of Serbia in case of downstream navigation;
c) passenger inter-city or long-distance coaches, both in transit and in case the final or departing destination is the Republic of Serbia;
d) train formations and their accompanying crews;
e) humanitarian convoys arranged through diplomatic channels.

A negative RT-PCR test to the virus SARS-CoV-2, not older than 48 hours, as a requirement to enter the Republic of Serbia, on terms of reciprocity, shall not apply to:

  • nationals from neighbouring countries from the border area who are carrying out field works and have farming land on the territory of the Republic of Serbia, who are duty-bound to have, when crossing the state border to carry out field works, a written proof of ownership on this land or a written statement by the owner of the land that the person in question is carrying out field works on his land;
  • nationals from neighbouring countries who are residing in the border area but are employed in the territory of the Republic of Serbia, issued by their employer from the Republic of Serbia a document certifying their employment.

CURRENT ENTRY REGIME OF FINLAND AND ESTONIA

FINLAND
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are not allowed to enter Finland, except of holders of resident permits. Transit is allowed at the airports.
Entry to Finland is permitted to holders of permanent residence permits, members of the family and emotional partners of the Finnish citizens (regardless the citizenship), as well as to persons coming from certain number of European and third countries (only essential and work-related travel). Upon entering the country, all persons (except of children born after 2008 and transport personnel, which is subject to separate health instructions) coming from the high risk countries (with more than 25 new infection cases per 100.000 population in the past 14 days; list of countries and other useful info: https://raja.fi/en/guidelines-for-border-traffic-during-pandemic) are directed to an health examination, which might include PCR test (even in case of having a proof of vaccination with 2 doses) – refusal of the health examination might result in financial penalty or imprisonment for up to 3 months. Passengers may themselves book a testing (free of charge) via: https://www.finentry.fi/en/. PCR test would not be necessary if passengers possess medical certificate proving that they had Covid-19 less than 6 months ago, or a negative test result (PCR or antigen) not older than 72 hours, as well as if they are coming from the countries with less than 25 new cases per 100.000 population in the past 14 days. 14-days self-isolation is necessary in case the second test is not being taken in Finland, or until receiving negative result of the second test. Further information available at: https://thl.fi/en/web/infectious-diseases-and-vaccinations/what-s-new/coronavirus-covid-19-latest-updates/travel-and-the-coronavirus-pandemic. Answers of the Finnish Border Guard (in English) to queries on the entry regime may be obtained at the phone number: +358295420100 or by sending e-mail to: rajavartiolaitos@raja.fi.

ESTONIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are not allowed to enter Estonia, except if they are coming for work or studies (in that case, a 10-days quarantine is mandatory, as well as two PCR tests – right upon entering Estonia and after 6 days of quarantine).
Entry to Estonia is permitted to holders of residence permits or long-stay visas and to the members of their families, that are coming from EU/Schengen member states, UK, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican, as well as to the citizens of third countries from the EU list (list available at: https://vm.ee/en/information-countries-and-self-isolation-requirements-passengers), under condition that they do not show symptoms of COVID-19. 10-days self-isolation is mandatory for everyone showing symptoms, as well as for those coming from the countries with more than 150 new infections per 100.000 population in the past 14 days. Citizens of the foreign countries not listed above may enter Estonia for the reasons of work or studies, with mandatory 10-days quarantine and two tests – right upon arrival and after 6 days of quarantine. Testing is available at the airport/ports to everyone entering Estonia (free of charge for Estonian citizens and 52-75 EUR for foreigners, more information at: https://koroonatestimine.ee/en/for-patients/testing-after-a-trip-abroad/). If they wish to reduce the self-isolation period, passengers may do two PCR tests (first not earlier than 72 hours prior to travel, second after six days of self-isolation upon arrival to Estonia). More information available at: https://vm.ee/en/information-countries-and-self-isolation-requirements-passengers. Self-isolation and testing are not mandatory if passengers possess proof that they had Covid-19 or that they have been vaccinated in the past 6 months (more details at: https://vm.ee/en/coronavirus-2019-ncov). It is mandatory to fill an electronic form available at https://iseteenindus.terviseamet.ee/ not later than 72 hours prior to travel to Estonia.


 
 
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