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Kosovo requires Covid-19 immunity proof to enter restaurants, public places

Kosovo requires Covid-19 immunity proof to enter restaurants, public places Vegim Zhitija/CC BY-SA 2.0

PRISTINA (Kosovo), September 27 (SeeNews) - Kosovo's government has decided to start requiring evidence of Covid-19 immunity at food courts and other public places to limit the spread of coronavirus infection, the prime minister's office said.

As of September 27, citizens will have to show a valid vaccination certificate, recent negative test for Covid-19 or evidence that they have recently recovered from the disease to enter hospitality venues, the prime minister's office said in a statement on Friday.

Furthermore, restaurants and bars are allowed to operate at 50% capacity for indoor spaces and 70% for outdoor spaces and will close at 9:30 pm.

Proof of Covid-19 immunity will also be required to enter shopping malls, theatres, libraries and cinemas and to attend sporting events.

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