BELGRADE (Serbia), May 20 (SeeNews) - Serbia's government plans as of May 22 to ease border control for Serbian citizens and foreigners with residence status wishing to enter the country as the epidemiological situation has improved, it said.
Starting May 22, no negative PCR test or a special permit for Serbian or foreign citizens will be required to enter the country, the government said in a statement on Tuesday.
All arrivals will be handed health warnings stating that they are entering a territory where the virus is still circulating, as well as instructions how to prevent infection, the government said.
Since May 12, Serbian citizens and foreign nationals with residence status in the country were required to have a negative PCR test for coronavirus done not more than 72 hours earlier. Otherwise, they were obliged to self-isolate at home for 14 days.