Albania lifts all travel restrictions

The Albanian government has decided to lift all quarantine restrictions for tourists.

This decision was made due to the fact that over the past month the number of new cases of Covid-19 in the country has sharply decreased, and about a third of the country’s population has already received at least one dose of the vaccine.

Travelers do not need to present a PCR test, antibody test, vaccination passport, or any other Covid status document to enter the country. At the same time, the government urges tourists to keep a distance of 1.5 meters at the airport and not forget about preventive measures to avoid the spread of infection.

Also, 29 centers will be opened throughout the country, where it will be possible to do a quick test for coronavirus.

According to euractiv.com

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