The Interim Prime Minister Oliver Spasovski announced on his Facebook page that the Government has decided, starting from Friday, 26th of June, to open all border crossings for all passengers and vehicles, without the obligation to present any PCR tests for anyone entering the country and without referrals for home isolation or mandatory state quarantine. The ban on organized transportation has been canceled and starting from the 26th of June, all operators can resume their work.
Prime Minister Spasovski informed that the airports in Skopje and Ohrid will reopen on 1st of July.
“The Government has decided to open the International airport Skopje and the airport “St, Paul” in Ohrid” informs the government’s press release.
Macedonian citizens that wish to travel abroad will have to check through the Foreign Affairs Ministry or the embassies in the countries they are traveling to, whether Macedonian citizens are allowed to travel there and under whch conditions. The decisions regarding this issue have been changing quickly during the past period.
During today’s session, the Government decided, as of the 26th of June, that all restaurants and bars can start working normally, including the indoor sections of these facilities, but by following specific protocols. As of Friday, all gyms will be allowed to work, including the malls, which can also work on Sundays.
“For all of these decisions, as of Friday, 26th of June, when they enter into force, protocols will be prepared that will be mandatory for all economic operators and institutions that fall under these decisions”, states the government’s press release.