Romania opens to foreign citizens
From June 1, for foreign citizens and stateless persons arriving in Romania from third countries, a 14-day quarantine is mandatory, regardless of which zone the country is in.
Those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, recovered, or have a negative test may not be quarantined. Also, the rules do not apply to children under 3 years old, crew members, diplomats, athletes, businessmen and employees of Romanian companies.
Recall that from June 1, to enter Turkey, you must again present a PCR test with a negative result, made no more than 72 hours before arrival.
Going on a trip? Remember to get insurance that covers your COVID-19 treatment. You can do this on our website.
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