Извор на фотографија: Влада на РСМ

During yesterday’s session, the Government of North Macedonia adopted the Commission for Infectious Diseases’ recommendation to introduce PCR tests for citizens of Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Hercegovina as a prerequisite for entering the country. The decision will become effective today and will last until a new decision has been adopted by the Government.

The mandatory RT PCR SARS-CoV-2 test should be conducted at most 72 hours prior to the passenger’s entrance the North Macedonia’s territory, and each passenger will also have to submit a statement with personal data and the location and the duration of their stay.

This decision by the Government arrives when the number of newly infected people with COVID-19 in these countries arose significantly in the past period and they pose a danger of importing new COVID-19 cases that would cause furrther spreading of the disease i North Macedonia.