Romanian government has decided to introduce additional measures for unvaccinated travelers. This happened after the confirmation of the coronavirus strain "Omicron" in the country, the press service of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reports.
"Romania is tightening quarantine restrictions," the statement reads.
In particular, a quarantine regime of 14 days is established for all unvaccinated citizens arriving in Romania from third countries (except the EU, the EEA, the Swiss Confederation).
According to the data portal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on travel, those vaccinated against coronavirus with EU-recognized vaccines, with certificates that are downloaded on the portal or in the Diya application are exempt from quarantine.
People who stay in Romania for less than three days in exceptional/urgent cases that is supported with documents and have a certificate of a negative PCR test are exempt from quarantine as well.
People who have received a positive confirmation of infection during the last 180 days, for which at least 14 days have elapsed from the date of confirmation of infection to the date of entry into the country, should not be quarantined.
Earlier, a new strain of coronavirus Omicron was discovered in Romania. The patients returned to the country from South Africa.