Covid 19 - travel requirements

 

ENTRY REGIMES APPLICABLE TO CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA UNDER THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC CONDITIONS    

(updated on 13 May 2021)

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia travelling abroad are advised to checked detailed information in advance to determine whether and under what conditions their travel may take place, bearing in mind that many countries have imposed restrictions on entry and stay of foreign nationals owing to the coronavirus pandemic, and that those conditions often change on a daily basis.

While the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is updating this list regularly, changes to applicable travel, entry or stay requirements for a particular country may change in the meantime. For that reason, all travellers are advised to contact the relevant diplomatic-consular representative office in Belgrade in order to obtain the latest information about the travel requirements for their destination country (the list of diplomatic-consular representative offices in Belgrade is available here).

Diplomatic-consular representative office(s) of the Republic of Serbia in the country of destination may also be contacted for information about the applicable entry requirements (the list of diplomatic-consular representative offices of the Republic of Serbia abroad is available here).

ALBANIA
Citizens of Serbia may enter the Republic of Albania, without mandatory quarantine or negative PCR test result.

ALGERIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Algeria, as well as other foreign citizens. All border crossings are closed and international passenger traffic, by air, land, and sea, is suspended. Exceptionally, representatives of foreign diplomatic and consular missions and employees of humanitarian missions are allowed to enter with prior notification, as well as representatives of foreign companies that have business engagement in Algeria, with the prior consent of the competent Algerian authorities and the obligation of a 14-day quarantine.

ANDORRA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter the Principality of Andorra except persons who have a regulated residence. Self-isolation for 15 days is mandatory.
Citizens and residents of EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, the United Kingdom, San Marino, Switzerland, and the Vatican are allowed to enter the Principality of Andorra.

ANGOLA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the territory of Angola if they have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. In addition, it is necessary to fill in the arrival registration form (Formulário de registo de viagem) 72 hours before the trip, which is available on this website: www.covid19.gov.ao. Quarantine is mandatory from the first day of entry. Foreign nationals with residence in Angola and accredited diplomats, who enter with a negative PCR-test result are required to spend seven days in house quarantine. Foreigners without permanent residence in the country must remain in non-institutional quarantine, and themselves bear the costs of their own stay. After the expiration of the seven-day quarantine, it is necessary to do a quick so-called serological test. If the test result is negative, the quarantine is completed and the written approval of the Angolan health authorities for free movement is obtained. The cost of testing is 20,000 kwanza (about 25 euros). In case the test result is positive, the person remains in isolation and must follow the specific instructions of the Angolan health authorities.

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter and transit through Antigua and Barbuda if they have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than seven days earlier. Passengers arriving by ship may be placed under quarantine if deemed necessary by the port authorities. The test is not required for children under 12 years of age. 

ARGENTINA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Argentina, except for persons who have a regulated stay in Argentina or one of the bordering countries and holders of diplomatic and official passports. With a special advance permit, Serbian citizens who come to Argentina on a diplomatic mission, for business reasons, for a sports competition or to reunite with the family, may also enter. In these cases, a special visa is required, and the mentioned permit is obtained through the Embassy of Argentina in Belgrade.
Before entering the country, citizens of Argentina and neighbouring countries, as well as those who have a permanent residence in Argentina or one of the neighbouring countries, must have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. Also, it is required to send electronically the so-called statement of responsibility that the traveller is familiar with all the sanitary regulations and procedures in Argentina and proof of health insurance that covers hospital costs of SARS-CoV-2 treatment. A quarantine of 10 days is mandatory.
Upon entering Argentina, travellers are tested at the airport. If their test results are positive, they will be referred to a specially designated quarantine accommodation for which they themselves will bear the costs.

ARMENIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Republic of Armenia. All travellers, whatever their nationality, undergo health control at the border crossing and are sent to self-isolation for 14 days. Travellers will be released from the obligation of self-isolation if they have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. Also, travellers may be tested at their own expense at the airport/land border crossing of Armenia, and if their result is negative, they will be released from the obligation of self-isolation.

AUSTRALIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia cannot enter Australia, except for those persons who have been granted permanent residence and members of their immediate family. Entry is possible if there are humanitarian or sufficiently convincing reasons, with prior obtaining of a permit from the competent authorities. A 14-day quarantine at a designated facility is mandatory, and the costs of staying in quarantine are borne by the passengers themselves. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is mandatory.
Transit of citizens of the Republic of Serbia is allowed with a transit visa (if the time spent in transit is up to 8 hours) and a permit for exemption from mandatory quarantine (if the time spent in transit is 8−72 hours).
Only Australian citizens, permanent residents, and members of their immediate families, as well as New Zealand nationals who normally reside in Australia, are allowed to enter Australia. 

AUSTRIA
Citizens of the Republic Serbia are not allowed to enter Austria except for persons who have a regulated stay in Austria, as well as in special cases, for persons travelling to Austria as follows: for business reasons; one person accompanying another person who is coming to Austria to receive medical treatment; for the beginning or continuation of studies, i.e., for the purpose of scientific research; to participate in school activities; to attend court or administrative proceedings before the Austrian authorities; members of staff of diplomatic missions, employees of international organisations and persons living with them in a joint household; humanitarian staff; due to planned important family events (weddings, baptisms, birthdays, non-periodic visits to a life partner).
The stated categories of persons are obliged to submit proof of the purpose of the trip, i.e., proof that they fall in one of the stated categories, when crossing the border.
Before travelling to Austria, electronic registration is required, which may be done at the earliest 72 hours before the trip. It is necessary to have a certificate of electronic registration (in printed or electronic form) during border control. Electronic registration (Pre-Travel Clearance (PTC)) is available through the following link: https://entry.ptc.gv.at.
As of 11 March 2021, when entering Austria, it is necessary to have a negative COVID test result (PCR or antigen), taken 72 hours or less before scheduled departure. If a person does not have the specified test result, they will be obliged to take the test in Austria within 24 hours upon entry. In addition, the mandatory 10-day quarantine applies, which may be terminated at the earliest on the fifth day, if the person tests negative on the corona virus (aside the PCR, anti-gen tests are also accepted).
Several categories of persons are exempt from the 10-day quarantine rule. However, if they are arriving from Serbia or from one of the so-called risk countries, they will be obliged to have negative results to a COVID test taken at least 72 hours beforehand. Those categories of persons are persons on official travel; persons coming to Austria to take part in judicial proceedings; a person accompanying another person who is coming to Austria for medical reasons; diplomats accredited in Austria; members of humanitarian convoys. Persons who fall into the exemption categories, i.e., who are not obliged to be in quarantine, have to register their arrival online and, on the relevant form, select the option travel is an exception under Article 4 or 5. 
Transit through Austria without delay is allowed, i.e., if leaving the country without delay is guaranteed. No transit test or electronic registration is required.
Children up to the age of ten do not have to have a negative test result in order to enter Austria, but they are subject to all the provisions which apply to the adult under whose supervision they are travelling.
Entry into Austria without a test result and without quarantine is possible in the following cases: persons performing passenger and freight traffic duties; persons coming for animal care / agricultural reasons; professional drivers / pilots; persons of special interest to Austria; passengers in transit without stopping, even in cases where there is a necessary break in Austria (e.g., a break between flights, etc.); repatriated members of the security services; persons driving public service vehicles (ambulance, fire and police vehicles); persons coming for unforeseen, urgent and particularly relevant family reasons in individual cases (e.g., death, funeral, birth); persons coming for medical treatment with a certificate of necessity for medical treatment in Austria issued by an Austrian medical institution.  Entry into Austria from the EU, the EEC, Switzerland, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, the Vatican is allowed without a negative PCR-test result and quarantine, provided that the persons come and prove that in the previous 10 days they had resided in one of the countries from the list of so-called safe countries (list A). Entry into Austria from third countries is allowed only if they are on the list of so-called safe countries (list A). List A can be found on the following page: https://www.sozialministerium.at/Informationen-zum-Coronavirus/Coronavirus---Rechtliches.html.
The final decision on entering Austria is made by the competent border authorities.

AZERBAIJAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter or transit because all borders of the Republic of Azerbaijan are closed for passenger traffic. Citizens of the Republic of Serbia who need to travel to Azerbaijan in an emergency situation should apply for a visa at the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Belgrade.
Foreign nationals and diplomats who have been granted permission to enter the country as of 1 March 2021 must submit a medical certificate of a negative test result with a QR code (the same applies when leaving the country). Travellers whose medical certificate do not contain a QR code will not be allowed boarding their flights. Upon arrival in Azerbaijan, foreign nationals are examined and in case of suspicion of infection, they are placed in a quarantine for 14 days in a specialised medical institution, regardless of their citizenship, nationality, and purpose of travel. Reference clinics and laboratories in Azerbaijan which test for the coronavirus (COVID-19) are listed on the following website: https://www.azal.az/en/information/covid-clinics.

THE BAHAMAS
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Bahamas. Airports are officially open, but travellers are advised to contact the airline in question before travelling. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than five days earlier is required, except for children under the age of 10. The so-called health visa is also required, for which requests are to be submitted through the following website: www.travel.gov.bs. The processing of requests for this visa takes 72 hours, and the price depends on the planned duration of stay. Travellers who wish to stay in the Bahamas for longer than four days must complete a new rapid COVID-19 test in the Bahamas.

BAHREIN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Bahrain. Upon arriving at the international airport in Bahrain, travellers undergo PCR testing, register through the BeAware Bahrain application, and have the obligation to self-isolate. If the first test result is negative, the self-isolation lasts for 10 days. After the fifth day, another PCR test is conducted and if the result is negative, the traveller remains in self-isolation. A third test is conducted after the tenth day of self-isolation, and only if the result is negative may the person move freely. The costs of mandatory testing are borne by the travellers (BHD 36 per test). Residents of Bahrain have the right of free-of-charge medical treatment for the corona virus. Transit travellers are not tested.

BARBADOS
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Barbados, but they need to fill out a form when entering and leaving, at the latest 24 hours before their trip. The form can be found at and submitted through this website www.travelform.gov.bb. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. If a traveller has no test result to show, they will be administered the test at the airport.
Travellers arriving from high-risk countries without a test result will have to await the result at the airport. Travellers from medium-risk countries without a test result will await the results of their test in their accommodation. Travellers from low-risk countries without a test result who have not been travelling to high-risk countries within 21 days, may provide a negative test result no older than 7 days. The degree of risk for countries is determined in accordance with the World Health Organization’s weekly list of the number of infected persons. The above also applies to transit travel.

BELARUS
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may only enter the Republic of Belarus through the Minsk national airport. There is a mandatory self-isolation period of 10 days, regardless of whether travellers hold a negative PCR-test result or not. During the period of self-isolation, it is not possible to leave the territory of Belarus.
Entry into the Republic of Belarus by foreign nationals, including citizens of the Republic of Serbia, by land, rail, or river, is temporarily halted with the exception of foreign nationals who are spouses, parents or children of citizens of Belarus, foreign nationals with regulated permanent or temporary residence, and foreign nationals who are holders of a Belarus working permit. The above limitation does not apply to the crews of motor vehicles when conducting international transport activities in road and postal transportation, or to the crews of ships, airplanes, and trains.

BELGIUM
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Belgium. Entry is only permitted to persons with regulated residence in Belgium and persons with an essential reason to travel, with relevant evidence of the reason for travel (medical workers, highly qualified workers whose presence is necessary, students, persons travelling due to urgent family reasons (reuniting families, visiting spouses or non-marital partners, visits in the context of joint parenthood, travel for marriage or funeral for first or second-degree relations, etc.), persons coming for meetings organised by international organisations, etc.). Permits are obtained through the Embassy of Belgium in Belgrade. All travellers have the obligation of filling out the Public Health Passenger Locator Form 48 hours before entering Belgium, except for travellers using a means of transport other than an airplane or boat, and staying in Belgium for less than 48 hours. Travellers arriving by airplane or boat must fill out the Public Health Passenger Locator Form, regardless of the time they will spend in Belgium. After filling out the form, the traveller will receive an SMS or e-mail with additional information. Self-isolation and testing are mandatory after entering Belgium. Testing is conducted on the first day after entering, and once again, on the seventh day after entry. If the second test result is negative, self-isolation is terminated, and if the result is positive or disease symptoms occur, self-isolation is extended for another seven days. A person staying in Belgium for less than 48 hours does not have the obligation to self-isolate.
Persons who do not have Belgian citizenship, and/or are not residents of Belgium must have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 48 hours before entering.
Travellers arriving by airplane who receive an SMS that they have to get tested can do this at the Covid test centre at the Brussels airport: https://brusselsairport.ecocare.center/.
The list of medical institutions in Belgium where the test can be done is available at: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1cnNOMDS13iosY53TyRBz7SdIeJ7gTShY&ll=50.654111784975065%2C4.393965958984363&z=10.
Transit is allowed, with the mandatory completion of the Public Health Passenger Locator Form. If transit involves a certain duration of stay within the territory of Belgium, the transiting persons must spend this time in self-isolation. More information is available at https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/faq/#faq and https://dofi.ibz.be/sites/dvzoe/EN/Pages/Travel-to-Belgium.aspx, where the Public Health Passenger Locator Form is also available for downloading.

BELIZE
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Belize. Airports are open, while crossing the border by road or water is not possible. A negative result of the PCR or serological test, no older than 72 hours, is required. If the validity of the test expires, a quick test can be done at the airport for a price of USD 50. It is necessary to download the health application from this website https://www.covid19.bz/, 72 hours before arrival.

BENIN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Benin. The first health check is performed upon arrival at the airport, along with the first PCR test. Persons without visible symptoms are ordered to self-isolate. Persons with visible symptoms are referred to the Isolation Centre and their passport will temporarily be retained. A second PCR test is performed after 15 days. A third PCR test is performed prior to leaving Benin. Test results are obtained within 24 to 48 hours. The cost of testing is borne by the travellers, and it amounts to approximately EUR 150. In case the test result is positive after 15 days, the state of Benin undertakes further treatment without charging for expenses.

BOLIVIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Bolivia.
Bolivia does not allow entry to foreigners, except in highly extraordinary cases that require a rigorous procedure. International flights have been suspended.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia can enter the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina or transit through it from the territory of the Republic of Serbia. If citizens of the Republic of Serbia are entering Bosnia and Herzegovina from other countries, they require a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 48 hours earlier. 

BOTSWANA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Botswana, except for those who have a regulated residence. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory. Transit travel, originating in a neighbouring country, is permitted but only in case of an organised repatriation flight, i.e. scheduled departure from the country (and the region), and provided that the transiting traveller can present a negative test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

BRAZIL
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Brazil only by air. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours before boarding is required. Children under 12 years of age do not need a PCR-test result if travelling accompanied by persons holding a negative PCR-test result. Children aged 2−12 travelling unaccompanied must have a negative PCR-test result. Children under two years of age do not need to have test results. Travellers must carry a health certificate (printed or in electronic form) where they declare that they agree to comply with the mandatory sanitary measures while in Brazil (link to the certificate form: https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br).

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter or transit through Brunei Darussalam, except for persons with permanent residence. Prior to travel, it is necessary to contact the nearest embassy of Brunei.

BULGARIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Bulgaria provided they hold one of the following documents: a certificate of completed vaccination against COVID-19; a negative PCR test result (issued no more than 72 hours earlier) or a negative antigen rapid test (issued no more than 48 hours earlier).

Citizens of Serbia who have recovered from Covid19, may also enter Bulgaria with a positive PCR or antigen rapid test result, taken in period between the last 15 to 180 days.

More information, including the list of approved vaccines and antigen rapid tests, can be found on the website of the Serbian Embassy in Bulgaria http://sofia.mfa.gov.rs/cir/

 

BURKINA FASO
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Burkina Faso. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than five days earlier is required. All travellers are referred to a 14-day quarantine, where they bear the costs of stay and treatment. They undergo testing on the first, eighth and fourteenth day of quarantine.

BURUNDI
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Burundi. A negative PCR-test result, not older than 72 hours, is required.
Upon arrival at the airport in Bujumbura, all travellers undergo additional testing and are placed in hotels intended for this purpose. A quarantine is mandatory until they receive a negative test result. The testing and hotel accommodation are at the expense of the travellers.

CABO VERDE
Foreign nationals, including Serbian citizens, may enter the country. A negative result of the PCR test, the antigen test, or any other approved molecular biological test result for SARS-COV-2, no older than 72 hours, is required by all travellers, except children under the age of seven. 

CAMBODIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia as well as all other foreign nationals may not enter Cambodia without a previously obtained visa, for which they can apply in the nearest Embassy of Cambodia. To enter Cambodia, beside a visa, foreign nationals need to have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier as well as proof of health insurance coverage of 50,000 US dollars. 

CAMEROON
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Cameroon, with a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. 

CANADA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia who do not have a regulated stay in Canada as well as their close family members, are not allowed to enter Canada. Entry ban for all foreign nationals, except persons with permanent residence, vital workers, foreign students with study visa issued before 18 March 2020, is in effect. Exceptions are also possible in urgent cases (unaccompanied minor, death of someone, etc.). A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is mandatory for all persons aged 5 and above. Before boarding their flight, all passengers must provide adequate information about their trip, contact details as well as a plan of their 14-day self-isolation after entering the country via ArriveCAN application.
Transit is allowed with observance of the visa regime without leaving the transit area.

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter and transit through the Central African Republic with a valid visa. No testing is required. 

CHAD
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia cannot enter Chad. The borders and the airports are closed.

CHILE
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Chile except for persons with a permanent residence.
Foreign nationals who have a permanent residence in Chile may enter the country by air, by landing exclusively at the Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport near Santiago. The condition for boarding a flight is to carry a negative result of the PCR test issued no more than 72 hours earlier. It is necessary to previously obtained appropriate permit issued by Chilean diplomatic-consular missions and to have health insurance, of at least 30,000 dollars in value, which cover the costs of COVID-19 treatment.
Upon landing in Chile, a traveller must fill out the appropriate forms, including the so-called movement tracking form that is available on this website: https://www.c19.cl/formularios.html.
Person who are granted entry are subject to a mandatory 10-day quarantine in specially designated quarantine accommodation. They are advised to book this accommodation ahead of their travel date. Within the first five days of quarantine, they will undergo a PCR test and if their result is negative, they may spend the remaining time at their own place of residence.
Persons arriving from countries with a high degree risk of infection have a mandatory quarantine of 14 days. Exit from Chile is forbidden to all persons, except in urgent and humanitarian cases.

CHINA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia with a valid work permit, residence permit for personal reasons or residence permit for the purpose of family unification, may enter the People’s Republic of China if they have a Travel Document issued by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Belgrade. As of 6 November 2020, in order to obtain the Travel Document, it is necessary to submit to the Embassy negative results of two tests, PCR and serology IgM, issued no more than 48 hours earlier.
Bearing in mind that there is no direct flight from the Republic of Serbia to the People’s Republic of China, it is necessary to perform again the mentioned tests in the country of transit (PCR and serology IgM tests cannot be older than 48 hours) and submit the negative test results to the diplomatic and consular mission of China in the country of transit for the issuance of the Travel Document. Details on regime of entry into China can be found through the following link: http://rs.chineseembassy.org/srp/lsyw/tz/t1828338.htm.
Persons whose one of the abovementioned permits expired on 28 September, should apply for a visa in the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Belgrade.
All passengers from abroad coming to Beijing, including citizens of the Republic of Serbia, are obliged to stay in the central quarantine for 14 days and, after that, in additional self-isolation for 7 days.
Hong Kong: Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are not allowed to enter Hong Kong. Transit through the territory of Hong Kong is allowed only to persons coming from the China Mainland, Macao, or Taiwan.
Macao: Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are not allowed to enter Macao. Also, transit through the territory of Macao is not possible.
Taiwan: Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Taiwan in all other cases, except for purposes of tourism and visits, provided that they submit applications for obtaining entry permits with competent institutions abroad. Upon entry Taiwan, travellers must show a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier as well as go into mandatory self-isolation for 14 days. Diplomats, businessmen and entrepreneurs, migrant workers, students, and persons with special permits are exempt from these measures.

COLOMBIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Colombia. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 96 hours earlier is required. Before their trip, travellers are required to register with the immigration authorities through the following website: https://apps.migracioncolombia.gov.co.

COMOROS
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Union of the Comoros. A negative PCR-test result, issued no more than 72 hours earlier, is mandatory.

CONGO, DR
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter and transit through the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) with a valid visa. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than seven days earlier is required for all persons over the age of 11. Upon arrival at the airport in Kinshasa, travellers must undergo additional testing at their own expense (USD 45). Before arrival, however, it is necessary to register through the following website: http://www.inrbcovid.com/. When leaving DR Congo, all travellers over the age of 11 must have proof of being negative for COVID-19, issued no more than three (3) days earlier by a laboratory, and approved by the Ministry of Health. The cost of the testing ahead of departure is USD 30.

CONGO, Republic
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia with permanent residence or a valid visa may enter and transit through the Republic of the Congo. Mandatory arrival and departure tests have been introduced at the Brazzaville International Airport. Also, self-isolation for a period of 14 days is mandatory. The COVID-19 test is payable, and the cost is 30 euros. 

COSTA RICA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Costa Rica and they must fill out the Pase de Salud form 48 hours before arrival (the form is available at: https://salud.go.cr/). They must also have health insurance which covers the costs of any treatment in case of coronavirus (the insurance must be in Spanish and approved by the Institute of Tourism).

CÔTE D'IVOIRE
Citizens of Serbia may enter Côte d'Ivoire. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than five days earlier is required. All travellers are tested at the airport upon arrival. The test costs 75 euros. Travellers without a negative PCR-test result are referred to a 14-day isolation, the cost of which is borne by the airline. 

CROATIA

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia travelling to the Republic of Croatia for tourism purposes, who have proof of pre-paid accommodation in a hotel or a camp or with a private lessor, or another type of tourist accommodation, or who own real-estate in Croatia, or because of pressing personal/family matters or professional/business commitments, may enter into Croatia provided they:

·         present a certificate of a negative result of the PCR test or the rapid antigen test, issued no more than 48 hours earlier;

·         present a certificate of vaccination in case they received the second dose of the vaccine over 14 days before;

·         If a person has recovered COVID-19 and has a medical certificate or a positive PCR or rapid antigen test (RAT) and has been vaccinated with at least one dose of vaccine after recovery, the exemption from presenting a negative PCR or rapid antigen test - RAT or self-isolation is extended until five (5) months after vaccination;

·         present a positive PCR or rapid antigen test, confirming that the holder recovered from the SARS-CoV-2 virus infection, which was performed in the previous 180 days, and older than 11 days from the date of arrival at the border crossing point or upon presentation of a certificate of recovery issued by a physician;

·         or perform PCR or rapid antigen testing on SARS-CoV-2 immediately upon arrival in the Republic of Croatia (at their own expense), with the obligation to stay in self-isolation until the arrival of a negative test result. If testing cannot be performed, a measure of self-isolation is determined for a period of 10 days;

              Passengers who represent one of the previously mentioned exceptions are required to present credible documentation upon entering the Republic of Croatia in order to prove the reasons for travelling to Croatia.

No test is required for persons in transit. However, proof of authorization of entry into the next country is required. Transit must not be longer than 12 hours.

Children under the age of 7 travelling accompanied by a parent/guardian are exempted from the obligation of presenting a negative PCR-test result and of staying in self-isolation should the parent/guardian hold a negative result of the PCR test or a rapid antigen test, or a certificate of vaccination or certificate of having recovered from COVID-19.

Persons travelling to the Republic of Croatia for humanitarian reasons related to providing assistance to the areas affected by the earthquake are allowed to enter the Republic of Croatia based on the previous consent of the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia. These persons will not need to present test or vaccination certificates, proof of having recovered from the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, nor will they be obliged to self-isolate. 

CUBA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Republic of Cuba. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. Upon arrival in Cuba, at all international airports, passengers must undergo additional PCR testing (test price 35 euros), and go into a mandatory quarantine at specially designated hotels until they obtain their test results (5−7 days).

CYPRUS
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Republic of Cyprus. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. Upon arrival to Cyprus, persons undergo additional testing at their own expense and a mandatory self-isolation until they receive a negative result. Persons with a regulated stay (residence) in Cyprus may board a flight without a negative test result but must undergo two tests upon arrival in Cyprus (the first immediately upon entry and the second three days later). The period between the two tests must be spent in self-isolation. Self-isolation may be suspended if the results of the two tests are negative. Results of the testing must be sent to the following e-mail address: monada@mphs.moh.gov.cy. Travellers holding a certificate of vaccination conducted on the territory of Cyprus do not have to undergo additional PCR testing upon arrival to Cyprus. The only condition is that a certain number of days have passed from the date of receiving the vaccination dose and the date of travel (Johnson & Johnson ― 14 days, Moderna ― 14 days, Pfizer-BioNTech ― 7 days, AstraZeneca ― 7 days).
All air passengers must have the Cyprus Flight Pass in order to board their flight. All the necessary documents can be found and filled out electronically within 24 hours before the flight at: https://www.cyprusflightpass.gov.cy.

CZECH REPUBLIC
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter the Czech Republic unless they have a regulated stay (residence). Exceptions are specific categories of persons, such as: family members of Czech citizens, persons whose entry is in the interest of the Czech Republic, persons in emergency situations ― pre-scheduled medical intervention, persons responding to a call/summon from a state body, persons transiting through the Czech Republic, workers in international transport, diplomats accredited in the Czech Republic and their family members, as well as partners of Czech citizens. All persons arriving from the Republic of Serbia, which is in the dark red zone, are required to have a negative RT-PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. Before entering the Czech Republic, they need to register with the competent regional public health institute (at their place of residence) and fill in the electronic form which can be downloaded from https://plf.uzis.cz/. They need to present a copy of the relevant form during border control and keep it during the entire stay in the Czech Republic. They also need to take the COVID-19 test at their own expense, at the earliest on the fifth day from the date of entry into the Czech Republic and, without delay, submit the test result to the competent public health institution. They must stay in self-isolation until they obtain a negative test result. It is mandatory to wear a mask type FFP2, KN95, N95, AS/NZ P2, DS FFR for 14 days. Employees and students are obliged to inform their employer, i.e. educational institution about their stay in the dark red zone for more than 12 hours.
Transit through the Czech Republic must not take longer than 12 hours. All persons in transit must have a negative result of the RT-PCR test issued no more than 72 hours earlier, or of an antigen test taken issued no more than 24 hours earlier. It is mandatory to wear a mask type FFP2, KN95, N95, AS/NZ P2, DS FFR for the entire duration of the transit. The stated obligation does not apply to airport transit. However, it does apply to persons who, after arriving to the Czech Republic by airplane, continue travelling by land. International transport workers who transit through the Czech Republic towards the Federal Republic of Germany must have a negative result of the RT-PCR test/antigen test for COVID-19 issued no more than 36 hours earlier, or no more than 48 hours earlier in order to enter the Federal Republic of Germany.
It is mandatory for persons (couples) travelling to the Czech Republic for an in vitro fertilisation to test for COVID-19 upon arrival. If they test positive to the test done in the Czech Republic, they must stay in a two-week quarantine, which may prevent them from undergoing the medical intervention at the scheduled time. It is necessary to arrange an adequate health insurance that covers COVID-19-related costs before the trip.

DENMARK
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Denmark if they have regulated residence or under the following conditions: evidence of a valid reason (death of a near relative, family reunification, court summons, etc.), a completed testing form (the form can be downloaded from https://en.coronasmitte.dk/rules-and-regulations/entry-into-denmark/entry-forms-and-certificates), a negative result of the PCR or the antigen test, no older than 24 hours. The test is mandatory for all persons in transit. Detailed information on the conditions for entry are available at: https://politi.dk/en/entry
Every traveller, regardless of the negative test result, has the obligation of performing a rapid COVID-19 test within 24 hours of entering Denmark. The test is free of charge, and the testing point locations are listed on this webpage: https://www.sos.eu/en/for-you/free-covid-19-rapid-test/. A rapid testing point is located at Kastrup airport, thus it is possible to complete this obligation immediately upon landing. Regardless of the results of the mandatory rapid test, a self-isolation of 10 days is mandatory. The ten-day self-isolation may be shortened if a PCR test for COVID-19 is performed, but only after the fourth day after entering the country.
All the above measures (other than the evidence of a valid reason) apply to diplomats, persons with student and work visas, goods delivery persons ― all persons with regulated residence. For more information, go to: https://coronasmitte.dk/en/entry-into-denmark.
Transit is possible if travelling for a valid reason or to return home. Transiting is without delay. Appropriate documents, as evidence of the reason for transit, and a negative result of a coronavirus test are required.

DJIBOUTI
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Djibouti. Travellers must have a negative PCR-test result and, upon arrival in Djibouti, take a rapid test.

DOMINICA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Dominica. Prior to entering the country, it is necessary to fill out a health questionnaire form provided on the website https://domcovid19.dominica.gov.dm/. Health authorities may, based on the questionnaire, deny entry to certain travellers. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is also required. All travellers undergo a rapid test upon landing in Dominica.

THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Dominican Republic. A negative test result is required.

ECUADOR
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, like other foreign nationals, may enter or transit through the Republic of Ecuador with a mandatory PCR test result, issued at most ten days before entering the country. 

EGYPT
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter and transit through Egypt without limitation. As of 1 September 2020, all travellers arriving to Egypt require a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. The entry regime with a mandatory negative PCR-test result applies to tourist destinations such as Hurghada, Sharm El-Sheikh, Taba, Marsa Alam, Marsa Matruh, and is in force throughout the territory of Egypt.

EL SALVADOR
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter El Salvador. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. The test is not mandatory for children under two years of age and accredited diplomats.

EQUATORIAL GUINEA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Equatorial Guinea. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 48 hours earlier is required. Upon arrival, travellers are immediately subjected to a rapid test. If the result is negative, they are placed in hotel quarantine, and another PCR test is performed five days later. The quarantine ends with a negative result. Otherwise, quarantine measures continue, and in case of symptoms, travellers are referred to a hospital for COVID-19 patients. The costs of testing, quarantine, and potential stay in the COVID hospital are at the expense of the traveller.

ERITREA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the country. A negative PCR-test result, issued no more than 72 hours earlier, is mandatory.

ESTONIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Estonia, unless they are coming for work or studies (in that case, a 10-day quarantine is mandatory, as well as two PCR tests – firs right upon entering Estonia and second after 6 days of quarantine).
Entry to Estonia is allowed for holders of residence permits or long-term visas and for the members of their families, who are coming from EU/Schengen member states, UK, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican, as well as for the citizens of third countries from the EU list (list available at: https://vm.ee/en/information-countries-and-self-isolation-requirements-passengers), provided that they do not show any symptom of COVID-19. A 10-day self-isolation is mandatory for everyone showing symptoms, as well as for those coming from the countries with more than 150 new infections per 100.000 people in the past 14 days.
Testing is available at the airport and ports to everyone entering Estonia (free of charge for Estonian citizens and 52-75 EUR for foreigners, more information at: https://koroonatestimine.ee/en/for-patients/testing-after-a-trip-abroad/). If they wish to reduce the self-isolation period, passengers may take two PCR tests (first not earlier than 72 hours prior to travel, and second after six days of self-isolation upon arrival to Estonia). More information available at: https://vm.ee/en/information-countries-and-self-isolation-requirements-passengers.
Self-isolation and testing are not required for those who possess a proof that they have had Covid-19 or they have been vaccinated in the past 6 months (more details at: https://vm.ee/en/coronavirus-2019-ncov).
No later than 72 hours before the trip to Estonia, it is necessary to fill out an online form available at https://iseteenindus.terviseamet.ee/.

ESWATINI
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Eswatini, save for persons with a regulated stay (residence) in the country. a 14-day quarantine is mandatory. Transit travel, originating in a neighbouring country, is permitted but only in case of an organised flight, i.e. scheduled departure from the country (and the region), and provided that the transiting traveller can present a negative test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

ETHIOPIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Ethiopia. A negative test result issued no more than 120 hours earlier is required. A 7-day isolation is mandatory. Travellers in transit do not need a test result. If the transit is longer than 24 hours, isolation is mandatory in a hotel designated for this purpose.

FIJI
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Fiji. It is necessary to hold a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 48 hours earlier. Also, a 14-day quarantine is mandatory.

FINLAND
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Finland, unless they are holders of resident permits. Transit is allowed at the airports.
Entry to Finland is allowed for holders of permanent residence permits, family members and emotional partners of the Finnish citizens (regardless of the citizenship), as well as for persons coming from certain European and third countries (only essential and work-related travel).
Upon entering the country, all persons (except for children born after 2008 and transport personnel, who are subjected to a separate health instructions) coming from the high risk countries (with more than 25 new infection cases per 100.000 people in the past 14 days; list of countries and other useful info: https://raja.fi/en/guidelines-for-border-traffic-during-pandemic) are directed to an health examination, which might include PCR test (even in case of having a proof of vaccination with 2 doses) – refusal of the health examination might result in financial penalty or imprisonment for up to 3 months. Passengers themselves may book a testing (free of charge) via: https://www.finentry.fi/en/. A PCR test is not necessary if a passenger possess a medical certificate proving that they have had Covid-19 within the last 6 months, or a negative test result (PCR or antigen) not older than 72 hours and if they are coming from the countries with less than 25 new cases per 100.000 people in the past 14 days.
A 14-day self-isolation is necessary in case the second test has not been done in Finland, or until receiving a negative result of the second test. Further information available at: https://thl.fi/en/web/infectious-diseases-and-vaccinations/what-s-new/coronavirus-covid-19-latest-updates/travel-and-the-coronavirus-pandemic.
It is possible to contact the Finnish Border Police who can provide you with answers regarding entry regime (in English) by dialling a phone number: +358295420100 or by sending e-mail: rajavartiolaitos@raja.fi.

FRANCE
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia who do not have a regulated stay in France, or in any of the EU countries, are not allowed to enter the territory of France. Transit through an airport in France is possible only if it does not imply leaving the international zone and if it does not last longer than 24 hours. Travellers coming from the Republic of Serbia are required to have a negative result of the PCR test, taken no more than 72 hours before arrival (except for children under the age of 11), and to undergo a 7-day self-isolation after entering the country. Travellers who do not have a negative PCR-test result are not allowed to board a plane to France.
Exceptionally, travellers from the Republic of Serbia who come to France for basic professional activities, studies, teaching activities or for medical reasons, may be allowed to enter the country. The Embassy of the Republic of France in Belgrade is responsible for the issuance of a special permit to enter France.
For more information on the regime of entry into France, please visit the website of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Paris: http://www.paris.mfa.gov.rs/odrzavanje/uploads/Režim_ulaska_u_Francusku_16_11_2020.pdf

GABON
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Gabon, except for persons with regulated residence, who undergo a repeated PCR test and 48-hour isolation upon arrival at the airport, until receiving results. Persons with a positive test result must remain in isolation and comply with the instructions of Gabonese healthcare authorities.
Land borders are closed, and air traffic is limited.

GAMBIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Gambia. International flights have been suspended.

GEORGIA
Citizens of Serbia may enter Georgia by airplane, from any country, if they provide certificate confirming that both doses of any of the existing vaccines against the Covid-19 virus have been received. The following categories are exempt from the above-mentioned requirement: Representatives of diplomatic missions and international organizations accredited to Georgia and their family members; family members of Georgian citizens, despite their nationality (Spouse, children under 18 years old); Persons arriving in Georgia as part of humanitarian mission; members of official delegations (will be decided on a case-to-case basis), train and truck drivers and airplane crew.

GERMANY
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may travel to Germany provided they hold a residence permit in Germany, a national visa (D) or a residence permit in another EU Member State, Great Britain, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, or Switzerland and meet the criteria for entry: negative PCR test/mandatory quarantine and digital entry registration.
The ban on tourist travel to Germany is still in force. Before entering Germany, passengers arriving from Serbia must complete a digital entry registration form via the following website: www.einreiseanmeldung.de. Digital entry registration is not required for persons who travelled through a COVID-19-risk area without long delays, persons transiting through Germany and persons entering Germany for business purposes related to cross-border transport of passengers or goods by road, rail, river or air.
All persons over the age of six who have been in Serbia, within the last 10 days, must present a negative coronavirus test result. The testing (time of swabbing) has to be done at least 48 hours prior to arrival. Recognised PCR tests and rapid antigen tests are performed in accordance with the requirements of the Robert Koch Institute:
https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/N/Neuartiges_Coronavirus/Tests.html;jsessionid=4C696B25A82B24739A43AF4741EF4886.internet102.
The test certificate should be kept for at least ten days after entering the country. After entering Germany, a 10-day home self-isolation is mandatory. A new test can be done at the earliest on the fifth day of self-isolation, and if the result is negative, home self-isolation can be terminated. To schedule an appointment for the test at a location near your place of residence, please dial 116117 (the number of coordination services scheduling test appointments).
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may travel to Germany without a visa, only out of absolute necessity, and upon prior consultation with the German Federal Police. Cases of absolute necessity involve close family members, first- or second-degree relatives, unmarried partners, medical emergencies, travelling on business for economic reasons, visiting fairs, participation in congresses, etc. For additional information, you may contact the Federal German Police (Bundespolizei) via e-mail: bpolp@polizei.bund.de.
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may transit through Germany provided that they can prove they are allowed to enter the country of final destination. Transit must be carried out via the shortest possible route and without undue delays. The obligation to self-isolate and the obligation to have a negative PCR-test result do not apply to passengers in transit, provided that they use the shortest possible route.
For air transit, a negative PCR-test result is mandatory, even if you are not leaving international transit zone of the airport. If you are leaving international transit zone in order to take connected flight (within EU), beside a negative PCR test you need to complete a digital entry registration prior to entering Germany.
When crossing the German border, passengers must present evidence of their need to travel. The border police officer in charge makes the final assessment and decision on whether to permit entry into Germany. Detailed information on the entry regime is available on the website of the Embassy of Serbia in Berlin: 
http://berlin.mfa.gov.rs/cir/index.php.

GHANA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Ghana. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. Prior to their journey, travellers must apply electronically through this website: https://myfrontierhealthcare.com/home/ghana. Upon arriving at the Kotoka airport in Accra travellers undergo repeat testing at their own expense. The price of the test is USD 150. Children up to five years of age are not tested. The test result is obtained in 30 minutes. Persons in transit not leaving the airport are not tested. 

GREECE
Citizens of Serbia may enter Greece, by air or by using one of the two road border crossings between Greece and Bulgaria - Promahonas and Nymphaeum. Persons who have a residence permit in Greece, as well as professional drivers in road transport may use other border crossings as well. All passengers travelling to Greece must fill out an online Passenger Locator Form, via web site www.travel.gov.gr (at least 24 hours before arrival) and present the obtained code on arrival. A negative PCR test, issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required for all persons over the age of 5 or a certificate of completed vaccination at least 14 days prior to arrival in Greece (beside personal data, the certificate should contain type of administrated vaccine and number of doses). Furthermore, additional random testing might be performed at the border crossing (rapid test). The Promahonas, Nymphaeum and Kipi road border crossings are open daily from 7 am to 11 pm, while the Evzoni and Kakavia crossings, where entry into Greece is limited to 400 people per day (this restriction does not apply to drivers in international road transport), are open from 7 am to 7 pm. Exceptionally, for professional drivers in road transport (one person per vehicle), the Evzoni crossing is open from 7 am to 11 pm.

 

GRENADA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Grenada. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. It is necessary to have a reservation in accommodation registered for observation and quarantine for a duration of at least seven days. An approval is also required prior to travel, obtained through the following link: https://travelauth.health.gov.gd/. A new test must be performed five days after entry, and if the result is negative, one may leave quarantine.

GUATEMALA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Guatemala. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. It is also necessary to register 24 hours prior to entry through the following website https://servicios.igm.gob.gt/pasedesalud/ to obtain a health pass.

GUINEA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the country by air, with a negative test result no older than 3 days. The above condition applies to other foreign nationals as well. Land and maritime border crossings are closed. An exception is made for representatives of foreign diplomatic-consular representative offices and humanitarian mission workers who, with prior notification of their arrival, are permitted to enter the territory of Guinea.

GUINEA-BISSAU
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, as well as all other foreign nationals, may not enter Guinea-Bissau. All border crossings have been closed and international passenger transport has been suspended ― by air, land, or sea. An exception is made for representatives of foreign diplomatic-consular representative offices and humanitarian mission workers who, with prior notification of arrival, are permitted to enter the territory of Guinea-Bissau.

GUYANA
Citizens of Serbia may enter Guyana. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 7 days earlier is required. It is possible to perform the test on the spot. Travellers must complete an electronic form through the following link: https://guyanatravel.gy/, 24 hours prior to arriving in Guyana.

HAITI
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Republic of Haiti. It is necessary to have a negative result of a COVID-19 test, issued no more than 72 hours earlier. The land border with the Dominican Republic is closed.

HONDURAS
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Honduras. It is necessary to have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier, or a negative rapid-test result. Travellers are also required to register with the Immigration Institute (https://prechequeo.inm.gob.hn/Login).

HUNGARY

Citizens of Serbia may enter Hungary without mandatory quarantine or negative PCR test result, provided they possess a vaccination certificate - certificates issued to a persons who have been vaccinated (with no reference to the type of the vaccine). Minors who are traveling to Hungary accompanied by a vaccinated adult do not need a negative PCR test result.

The vaccination certificate provides access to services that require proof of immunization. Certificate holders may visit theaters, cinemas, fitness clubs, amusement parks, libraries, children's playrooms, casinos, sporting events and hotels, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, wellness centers and spas. Only persons with a vaccination certificates are allowed to stay in the inner premises of hospitality facilities, while others may stay on the terraces.

For citizens of Serbia who have not been vaccinated, entry into Hungary for private reasons is possible only with a prior permission from the Hungarian police, which is sought through the website www.police.hu, in Hungarian or English. The entry application must be accompanied by evidence of the purpose of the trip (medical treatment, schooling, business activities, court summons, family events, participation in sports, cultural and religious events of special importance, etc.). Persons who receive permission to enter Hungary will be subject to a mandatory quarantine of 10 days. Paying for one’s own testing during quarantine is possible. Persons may leave the quarantine if their results of the two tests performed by the Hungarian health authorities within 5 days, with an interval of at least 48 hours, are negative.

Citizens of Serbia may transit through Hungary under certain conditions (determined route, stop at the planned places, they must leave the country within 24 hours) and if they provide solid proof of fulfilling the conditions to enter the neighbouring country, on their way out of Hungary.

Citizens of Serbia who work in the border zone may enter Hungary without any restrictions. They may stay in Hungary in the zone up to 30 km from the border, for a maximum of 24 hours. Due to the measure of restriction of movement, they must leave Hungary by 8 pm at the latest. Exceptions are only those persons who, due to work obligations in Hungary, have to stay longer (up to 24 hours), which is proven by a completed form certified by their employer.

These measures do not apply to persons crossing the Hungarian border in freight traffic.

ICELAND
Citizens of the Republic Serbia may enter Iceland, provided that they: have a valid residence permit; are relatives of Icelandic or  residence permit holders in Iceland; are in a long-term intimate relationship with an Icelandic citizen or a person who legally resides in Iceland; can provide a proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or prior COVID-19 infection. 
The following vaccines are validated in Iceland: Comirnaty Pfizer BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Janssen
All arriving passengers must undergo at least one COVID-19 screening, including those with a vaccination certificate or a certificate of previous infection and to stay in quarantine until receiving a test result.
Individuals who believe they are exempted from the travel restrictions must be able to show proof of exemption by providing all necessary documents. For more information about necessary documents and entry requirements, including the forms you must fill in, please consult the following links:

INDIA
In principle, citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter the country, considering that India has suspended the issuance of visas to all foreign nationals. New visas can be obtained (at the competent diplomatic missions and consular posts of India) only in the following special cases: business people (applies only to business visas), health professionals coming to India to perform technical work in the Indian health sector (at the invitation of the relevant Indian institutions), experts from other fields working for foreign companies operating in India, engineers and technical staff coming to install or service machinery and equipment of foreign origin (at the invitation of Indian companies). If a person has a business visa which is still valid (issued before the pandemic), it is necessary to revalidate it at the competent diplomatic and consular mission of India (this does not apply to electronic visas, the holders of which will not be allowed entry into India).

INDONESIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter or transit through Indonesia unless they have a permanent (KITAP) or temporary residence permit (KITAS). A negative coronavirus-test result is necessary. If one does not have a negative test result upon entry, testing will be organised, and the result awaited in hotels designated by the Indonesian authorities. Prior to travelling, it is necessary to contact the nearest Indonesian embassy.                                                                           

IRAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Iran if they have a negative COVID-19 test result issued no more than 72 hours following the testing. If the negative test result is older than 72 hours, because of the duration of the travel, travellers will be subjected to a health examination at the border, and in case they have symptoms of the disease, they will be retested at their own expense and remain in quarantine until the results of the test are available. If the result of the repeated test is positive, they will remain in quarantine for 14 days at their own expense.       

IRAQ
Foreign nationals are forbidden to enter the Republic of Iraq. The exceptions are diplomats who must have a special permit from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

IRELAND
Citizens of the Republic Serbia may enter and transit through the Republic of Ireland. They, like all other foreign travellers, must fill out a Passenger Locator Form when entering Ireland (https://cvd19plf-prod1.powerappsportals.com/en-us/).
All travellers, other than children up to 6 years of age, must have a negative result of the PCR test, taken within the previous 72 hours, and present it to border officials when entering Ireland, as well as when boarding their flight or boat.
Additionally, citizens of Serbia arriving directly from Serbia or one of the designated countries (list of countries: https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/b4020-travelling-to-ireland-during-the-covid-19-pandemic/#designated-states-mandatory-hotel-quarantine) are subjected to mandatory hotel quarantine. A place in a designated facility for mandatory hotel quarantine must be pre-booked and pre-payed. These arrangements apply to any passenger who has been in any of these countries in the previous 14 days, even if only transiting through one of these countries and even if remaining airside.
For other passengers, a 14-day self-isolation is mandatory. It is possible to end quarantine if receiving written confirmation of a negative or ‘not detected’ RT-PCR test result taken no less than 5 days after arrival.
For more information about the Ireland entry regime, please go to: https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/b4020-travelling-to-ireland-during-the-covid-19-pandemic/ .

ISRAEL
Citizens of Serbia may enter Israel provided they have a preliminary approval from the Population and Immigration Authority or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, completed online form - Health Declaration (24 hours before the flight) and a negative PCR test result. All documents will be checked at the airport before the flight to Israel.
All passengers must have a health insurance that includes a section covering the Coronavirus disease.
Upon arrival, all travelers are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine. This period can be shortened (to 10 days), in case of obtaining a second negative PCR test result, which can be taken after nine days.
For additional information and exemptions, please visit the following website https://www.gov.il/en/departments/guides/flying-to-israel-guidlines.

ITALY
Serbian citizens cannot enter Italy for touristic purposes (located on E list).
Entry from Serbia to Italy is allowed only in certain cases: business and health reasons, education, urgent return to the place of residence/stay and for persons who are in a confirmed and permanent emotional relationship (although not living together) with citizens of Italy / EU / Schengen zone or with persons who have legal residence (long-term residence) in Italy.
On the arrival, it is necessary to present a negative PCR or antigen test that has been performed within the last 48 hours and a personal statement (autodichiarazione).
For persons who are allowed to enter Italy, a 10-day home self-isolation is mandatory. Upon its completion, it is required to repeat the PCR or antigen test. The above named measures do not apply in the case of a stay of up to 120 hours, in the case of transit - up to 36 hours, as well as in other cases that you can find on the link below:
https://www.esteri.it/mae/resource/doc/2021/04/normativa_documento_definitivo_eng.pdf
A personal statement in English can be found on the following link:
https://www.esteri.it/mae/resource/doc/2021/03/modulo_rientro_sintetico_05_marzo_2021_eng_compilabile.pdf

JAMAICA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Jamaica. Before travelling, it is necessary to register through the following website: www.visitjamaica.com.

JAPAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia who have stayed in the Republic of Serbia during the past 14 days or transited through the Republic of Serbia may not enter Japan. An exception to the above are persons with regulated residence in Japan under the condition that they have a re-entry permit and present a certificate confirming that 72 hours prior to the flight they tested negative for the coronavirus, issued on the format envisaged by Japanese bodies (the format of the certificate is available on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, https://www.mofa.go.jp/ca/fna/page25e_000334.html). Upon entry to Japan, these persons will be re-tested for coronavirus, and they also have to sign a statement (available on the website of the Ministry of Justice of Japan,  https://www.mofa.go.jp/files/100168885.pdf) accepting the obligation to install the relevant application on their mobile telephone that will deliver daily updates on their status to the health services for 14 days after entry, to install the Japanese COVID-19 contact tracing application, to not use public transport, to stay in their own accommodation for the full 14 days, and to cooperate with the medical authorities in case of symptoms or a positive test result during the 14 days of quarantine.

JORDAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Jordan. The following is required: a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 5 days earlier, international health insurance covering COVID-19 treatment, registration via the website www.visitjordan.gov.jo, as well as activation of the mobile application "Aman" on the mobile phone. Additional information on entry into Jordan, depending on the country of trip origin, can be found on the website of the Government of Jordan.

KAZAKHSTAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Kazakhstan, unless they hold a special permit issued by the Kazakh Embassy in Belgrade. Persons seeking medical treatment, personnel of diplomatic and consular missions, members of official delegations and international organisations visiting at the invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, are allowed to enter Kazakhstan. To enter Kazakhstan, visitors need to have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

KENYA
Citizens of Serbia may enter Kenya. It is necessary to hold a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 96 hours earlier and without presenting any apparent symptom of Covid-19 (body temperature must not be above 37.5 C, permanent cough, difficulties in breathing and any flue like symptoms).
It is also necessary to register via fallowingwanda website https://ears.health.go.ke/airline_registration/, in order to obtain QR Code, which has to be shown upon lending at the airport in Kenya. All passengers departing from Kenya must have negative PCR test issued by an authorized laboratory and uploaded to the following on-line platform https://africacdc.org/trusted-travel/

KOREA, DPR
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. The borders and the airports are closed.

KOREA, Republic
On 8 January 2021, an obligation to hold a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours before arrival was introduced for all foreign nationals, including those with a registered residence in Korea, who were issued a Re-entry Permit before 8 January 2021. This measure also applies to holders of diplomatic and official visas (A1, A2 and A3). Children under the age of 6 are exempted from the obligation to take the test.
The test result must be issued in English or Korean, and if issued in a third language, it must be translated into English or Korean and certified. If passengers do not meet the mentioned conditions regarding the test, they will not be allowed to enter the Republic of Korea.
Passengers for the Republic of Korea are obliged to show a negative result of the PCR test at the airport when boarding the plane. Passengers in transit who do not enter the Republic of Korea do not need the test result.

KUWAIT
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Kuwait.

KYRGYZ REPUBLIC
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter the Kyrgyz Republic, except for persons with a permanent residence permit or on the basis of a previously obtained permission of the competent authorities of the Kyrgyz Republic in case of matrimonial relationship or family ties. Negative result of a coronavirus test is not required but a 14-day quarantine is mandatory. Testing is mandatory only when there are symptoms of the disease.

LAOS
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Laos.
International border crossings are closed for the entry of foreigners from countries where there is a COVID-19 pandemic, which also applies to citizens of the Republic of Serbia. The issuance of all types of visas, except for diplomats, UN representatives, experts, investors, and businessmen, has been suspended. A negative test certificate, not older than 72 hours, is required for entry into Laos. After entering Laos, it is obligatory to stay in self-isolation in a hotel or a certain quarantine centre for 14 days (for diplomats and UN representatives, 14 days in home quarantine).

LATVIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, as well as all persons arriving from Serbia or transiting through Serbia, must have a negative coronavirus-test result issued no more than 72 hours before arrival. All persons are obliged to fill in an electronic questionnaire through this website www.covidpass.lv, at least 48 hours before crossing the Latvian border, entering information about their negative COVID-19-test results, and to show the received QR code at the border crossing (confirmation of having registered through the website).
The test is not mandatory for children under 11 years of age and for persons who provide evidence that they have received the required dose of vaccine. Passengers who transit through the Riga airport, and do not stay in transit for more than 24 hours, also do not need to have any test results. 

LEBANON
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Lebanon. It is necessary to have a negative PCR-test result, issued no more than 96 hours before arrival, and an international health insurance that covers the costs of potential COVID-19 treatment. The test is not required for children under the age of 12.
Instead of PCR test, vaccinated persons should present a proof of receiving the second dose of vaccine against Covid 19.
Before taking a trip, it is necessary to register via following link: https://covid.pcm.gov.lb/impactmobile/curfew, where you can also find additional useful information.

LESOTHO
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Lesotho, except for persons with regulated residence. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory. Transit travel, originating in a neighbouring country, is permitted but only in case of an organised flight, i.e., scheduled departure from the country (and the region), and provided that the transiting traveller can present a negative coronavirus-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

LIBERIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Liberia. It is desirable to have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. Persons arriving without a test result undergo the so-called rapid test at the airport. If the test result is negative, entry into the country may be permitted. Persons with a positive test result are examined and sent into quarantine for a minimum of 14 days in an institution designated by the state health authorities.

LIBYA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Libya. The borders and the airports are closed.

LIECHTENSTEIN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Liechtenstein except for persons who have a regulated residence in Liechtenstein. For details on the Liechtenstein entry regime, please refer to the information page about the Swiss Confederation entry regime ― the entry requirements are identical. 

LITHUANIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter and stay on the territory of Lithuania, except for persons with regulated residence. Transit through the territory of Lithuania is allowed for citizens of the Republic of Serbia who have a regulated stay in one of the EU countries, the Swiss Confederation, and the United Kingdom.
Entry of third-country nationals into the Republic of Lithuania depends on the number of persons suffering from COVID-19 per 100,000 inhabitants. The entry of foreigner nationals arriving from countries with over 25 infected per 100,000 inhabitants is limited to exceptional cases. Even in such cases, a 14-day isolation upon entering the territory of Lithuania is mandatory. The Republic of Serbia is among the 58 countries currently on the ‘restriction on free entry into Lithuania’ list.

LUXEMBOURG
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Luxembourg only if they have a regulated long-term residence in the country. Exceptions apply to health workers, border workers, researchers, carers of the elderly, people employed in the transport sector, people travelling for urgent and justified family reasons, people travelling for study purposes, and highly qualified workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or performed from abroad. Exceptions also apply to short-term stays of third-country nationals who are family members of residents in Luxembourg (spouses or registered partners and children under the age of 18). These persons should apply to the Passports, Visas and Legislation Office to obtain the appropriate travel certificate. The request is submitted by e-mail to service.visas@mae.etat.lu.
All persons over the age of six who wish to travel by plane to Luxembourg must have a negative result of a PCR test or a virus antigen test (rapid test) performed less than 72 hours before the flight. In addition, any person travelling by air from a non-EU country or the Schengen area must, upon arrival, undergo an additional viral antigen test at Luxembourg Airport. In case of refusal to undergo the test, the person will remain in quarantine for 14 days. These obligations apply to persons who have suffered from SARS-CoV-2 infection in the previous three months. These persons can submit a medical certificate confirming the stated fact, and they do not need a test to enter Luxembourg.
Transit is allowed and a negative PCR-test result is not required.

MADAGASCAR
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia as well as all other foreign nationals may not enter Madagascar. The airports and the ports are closed.

MALAWI
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Malawi except for persons with regulated residence. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory. Transit travel, originating in a neighbouring country is permitted but only in case of an organised flight, i.e. scheduled departure from the country (and the region), and provided that the transiting traveller can present a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

MALAYSIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Malaysia unless they reside in this country. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory. Before taking the trip, it is necessary to contact the nearest Embassy of Malaysia.

MALDIVES
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia and all other foreign nationals may enter the Maldives. As of 10 September 2020, all foreign nationals must hold a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

MALI
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Mali. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required.

MALTA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Malta. Exceptions are persons who in the previous 14 days had stayed in one of the countries on the Green List (available on the following website: https://www.visitmalta.com/en/reopening-airport). In that case, there is no obligation to go into a quarantine or to produce a negative test result (although carrying a negative test result is recommended).
Persons arriving from countries on the Amber List (available on the following website: https://www.visitmalta.com/en/reopening-airport) must have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

MAURITANIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Mauritania. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required.

MAURITIUS
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Mauritius except for persons with regulated residence. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory. The borders of Mauritius are closed, and commercial flights have been suspended. 

MEXICO
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may, with the possession of the right visa, enter Mexico without special restrictions. Mexico has not adopted restrictions on the entry of foreigners into the country, however appropriate measures are being taken in case a traveller shows symptoms of the coronavirus. Upon arrival in Mexico, travellers are required to complete a questionnaire to identify risk factors, available at: https://afac.hostingerapp.com/.

MOLDOVA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Moldova. A negative result of the PCR test taken no more than 72 hours beforehand is required. Persons who upon entry into the territory of Moldova cannot show a negative PCR-test result must sign a declaration agreeing to comply with the set measure of self-isolation/ quarantine of 14 days. These measures do not apply to the following categories of person: children up to the age of five, drivers of freight vehicles, flight/ship cruise, persons travelling for medical or humanitarian reasons, including persons accompanying them provided that they show the relevant medical documentation, pupils and students, cross-border workers, diplomatic and consular staff, members of international organisations, transit passengers, persons with certificates of vaccination (in the Romanian language or the English language or the Russian language). It is possible to transit through Moldova taking transit routes determined in advance and received from the border police upon entry into Moldova.

MONACO
The same entry regime which applies to France also applies to the Principality of Monaco. Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are not allowed to enter the Principality of Monaco unless they have a regulated stay (residence status). Persons arriving from the Republic of Serbia must have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier (children under the age of 11 are exempted) as well as go into a 7-day self-isolation after entry. Upon entering the territory of the Principality of Monaco, they must also register with the Covid Centre by calling this telephone number: (00 377) 92 05 55 00 or by e-mail: covid19@gouv.mc.

MONGOLIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are not allowed to enter or transit through Mongolia.

MONTENEGRO
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Republic of Montenegro without a negative PCR-test result, across all border crossings. They must adhere to all health measures, in accordance with the health warning of the Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Montenegro. The health warning is displayed at all border crossings into the Republic of Montenegro, and it is published on the website of the Ministry of Health and the Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Montenegro. The health warning form can be downloaded from the following website: хттпс://мзд.гов.ме/РесоурцеМанагер/ФилеДоwнлоад.аспx?рид=422471&рТyпе=2&филе=Обавје%Ц5%А1тење%20-%20здравствено%20упозорење%20ИЈЗЦГ%2011.01.2021.пдф.
For more information about the entry requirements for foreign nationals, please go to: https://www.gov.me/naslovna.

MOROCCO
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Morocco except for persons with regulated stay. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required.

MOZAMBIQUE
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Mozambique except persons with regulated residence. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory. Transit travel originating in a neighbouring country is permitted only in case of an organised flight, i.e. scheduled departure from the country (and the region), and of cargo transportation. In both cases of allowed transit, the transiting traveller must present a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

MYANMAR
For citizens of the Republic of Serbia as well as all other foreign nationals, there is no possibility of entering Myanmar considering that the border crossings are closed and that all international commercial flights are suspended. Foreigners arriving on ‘humanitarian’ and ‘special flights’ to Myanmar require an appropriate visa and a negative PCR-test certificate, no older than 72 hours, as well as a certificate of having spent seven days in a home quarantine in the country of origin. After entering Myanmar, a 7-day hotel quarantine is mandatory, including an additional 7-day home quarantine (for diplomats and UN representatives living in apartments it is 7 days in hotel quarantine determined by the Ministry of Health and Sports, and for diplomats and UN representatives living in separate houses, it is 7 days in home quarantine), followed by a COVID-19 test.

NAMIBIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are not allowed to enter Namibia, except for persons with regulated residence status. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. Transit travel originating in one of the neighbouring countries is permitted but only in case of an organised repatriation flight, i.e. scheduled departure from the country (and the region), and provided that the transiting travellers can present a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

NAURU
All foreign nationals who transited through or resided in the United States of America, Italy or elsewhere in Europe, China, Hong Kong, Macau, Iran, Korea, or elsewhere in Asia (except Taiwan) in the 21 days preceding their intended arrival in Nauru are barred from entering the country until further notice.
Other travellers are required to fill out a health declaration on arrival and undergo a medical examination, followed by a mandatory 14-day quarantine. 

THE NETHERLANDS
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter the Kingdom of the Netherlands if they do not have a regulated stay or if they do not fall in a category of persons exempted from the entry ban. Persons in urgent need to visit their families (incurable disease or to attend a funeral), persons in need of international protection, and persons received on humanitarian grounds, are allowed to enter the country. Persons who fall in one of the categories of exception to the entry ban and are arriving from Serbia are strongly encouraged to remain house quarantine for 10 days.
Persons over the age of 13 arriving in the Netherlands by airplane or boats must have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier, and a negative result of a rapid COVID-19 test taken no more than 24 hours before boarding the flight or boat. If a person’s negative PCR-test result was issued up to 24 hours before arrival, then they do not need to present the additional negative result of the rapid COVID-19 test.
Transit is allowed. For more information about the entry procedure and exceptions to the entry ban, please go to: https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19.

NEW ZEALAND
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter the country, except for those persons who have been granted permanent residence and members of their immediate family. Entry may be granted for humanitarian work or if there are sufficiently convincing reasons, subject to obtaining prior permission from the competent authorities. There is a mandatory 14-day quarantine, in specially designated facilities, and travellers are required to book accommodation in these facilities before travel. The costs of staying in quarantine are borne by the traveller. All persons are tested for COVID-19 upon arrival in the country.
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may transit through New Zealand provided that they have transit visa (time spent in transit cannot exceed 24 hours). Transit is only allowed through the Auckland Airport.
Only New Zealand nationals, permanent residents, and members of their immediate families, as well as Australian nationals who normally reside in New Zealand, are allowed to enter New Zealand.
As of 16 January 2021, all passengers arriving from the United Kingdom and the United States of America must show a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

NICARAGUA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Nicaragua. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. 

NIGER 
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Niger. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. In the absence of a negative PCR-test result, travellers must undergo medical examination and testing at their own expense.

NIGERIA 
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Nigeria. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. Travellers are required to register electronically at: https://nitp.ncdc.gov.ng/onboarding/homepage, at least 96 hours prior to travel. Upon arrival, travellers undergo sanitary control. There is a mandatory 7-day self-isolation period. On the seventh day, it is necessary to contact the chosen laboratory for another testing. The results are given within 24 to 48 hours. If the test result is negative, self-isolation is no longer required. Persons with positive test results are placed in a medical institution. Persons who fail to adhere to safety measures may have their travel document/passport confiscated, and a travel ban of up to six months imposed on them.

NORTH MACEDONIA
In accordance with the decision of the Government of North Macedonia, starting from 12 October 2020, citizens of the Republic of Serbia are not required to present proof of a negative PCR-test result to enter North Macedonia. Nonetheless, the Government of North Macedonia has urged that travel to North Macedonia be kept to a minimum and conducted only in urgent cases.

NORWAY
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Norway, except for those with residence status or under special circumstances such as a special care for a person residing in Norway or other reasons for the benefit of a person residing in Norway, an agreed or formal parent-child contact or when involving children with a shared residence, close relatives of persons residing in Norway, travellers in airport transit, commercial transport of goods or passengers, or work involving critical social functions.
All persons entering Norway must present a negative result of a PCR or a rapid antigen test, issued no more than 24 hours earlier, and they must register through this website https://reg.entrynorway.no/ within 72 hours leading up to the time of arrival. A new rapid testing is mandatory upon entering Norway, as well as a ten-day quarantine in a quarantine hotel. For more information, please visit the following websites:

OMAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Sultanate of Oman. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required.

PAKISTAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Pakistan. All travellers undergo temperature screening measures. Airport medical staff will decide whether persons exhibiting symptoms must be tested for the coronavirus. Quarantine is mandatory for anyone with a positive test result, either in a hospital or a similar facility. 

PALAU
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter and transit through Palau without restrictions. It is necessary to complete a health control form upon entry and to undergo a medical examination. Entry is prohibited to those citizens of the Republic of Serbia who in the 14 days leading up to the arrival had visited or transited through the People's Republic of China (including Hong Kong and Macao) or stayed on passenger cruisers that docked in the ports of countries affected by COVID-19.
The above also applies to all other foreign nationals.

PALESTINE
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter or transit through the territory of Palestine.

PANAMA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Panama. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 48 hours earlier is required. Transit travellers must also present a negative PCR-test result and must not leave the international transit area. 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA
All foreign nationals, including citizens of the Republic of Serbia, are banned from entering Papua New Guinea until further notice. The exceptions are persons with special permission from the competent authorities. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 7 days earlier is required.

PARAGUAY
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Paraguay, except for persons with a resident status and holders of diplomatic and official passports with a valid visa. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory, which can be shortened to 7 days if two tests are performed during that period. Prior to travelling to Paraguay, all travellers must complete the Paraguay Health Declaration application online, by which they acknowledge that they are familiar with health and sanitary regulations and procedures in Paraguay.  

PHILIPPINES
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter or transit through the Philippines. Exceptions are spouses and children of Filipino citizens and holders of a residence permit. Upon arrival, a traveller undergoes medical evaluation and the type of quarantine determined. Before travelling, it is necessary to contact the nearest Embassy of the Philippines.

PERU
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Peru, except for persons with permanent residence. Travellers may enter the country by air if the flight time does not exceed 8 hours. The condition for boarding a flight to Peru is to have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. Travellers are also required to submit in advance the so-called statement of responsibility electronically, by which they confirm that they are familiar with all the sanitary regulations and procedures in Peru. Land borders are still under the restrictive regimes of the local authorities which issue special permits. To request more information, please write to one of the following e-mail addresses: iperu@promperu.gob.pe and perulimaapto@promperu.gob.pe.

POLAND
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter or stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland, unless they hold a valid residence. Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may transit through the territory of Poland if they who hold a valid residence in an EU Member State and are returning to their country of residence. No test is required.
Citizens of EU/EFTA Member States and of the Swiss Confederation are allowed to enter Poland, and transiting is permitted to third-country nationals who hold a valid residence in the said countries. Citizens of Montenegro, Georgia, Japan, Canada, Albania, and Republic of Korea are also allowed to enter.

PORTUGAL
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Portugal unless they hold a valid residence. In cases of emergency (non-tourist) travel, entry is allowed on two other grounds: 1) to persons who hold a valid residence in one of the EU Member States, and 2) for professional reasons, studies, family reunification, health, and humanitarian reasons ― all on the basis of reciprocity. Travellers arriving from Serbia, except for children up to two years of age, are required to show a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. Travellers in transit must also hold a negative test result.

QATAR
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, from 25th of April, may enter Qatar with previously obtained permit via the Qatar Portal and a negative PCR-test result, issued no more than 72 hours earlier by an accredited health centres in Serbia. Upon arrival, only certain categories will be re-tested at the Hamad Airport. A one-week quarantine at the hotel follows.
Travellers entering Qatar via the land border crossing Abu Samra between Qatar and Saudi Arabia, need a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier, and then go into a hotel quarantine, which is to be booked in advance through the Discover Qatar website.
Foreign nationals with regulated stay in Qatar who were vaccinated against COVID-19 in Qatar may, 14 days after receiving the second dose of the vaccine, travel abroad and return within 6 months to Qatar without going into mandatory quarantine if they present a negative result of the PCR test on return.
Persons who have been vaccinated abroad with the vaccines "Pfizer", "Astra Zeneca", "Modern" - two doses, 14 days after vaccination with the second dose and "Johnson&Johnson" - one dose, may enter Qatar with a negative PCR test, issued no more than 72 hours, without quarantine. If the 14 days period after the vaccine has not passed, 7 days home quarantine is mandatory or until it completes 14 days from the date of the second dose.
All travellers must have the EHTERAZ app installed.
Persons who recovered from Covid 19, at least 6 months ago, and have a certificate from accredited medical centres, not older than 72 hours and have no symptoms, can enter Qatar without quarantine.
Transit through the Hamad Airport is permitted.
It is recommended, especially before the planned trip, to check the current information on entry requirements via website of the Ministry of Health of Qatar - www.moph.gov.qa

ROMANIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are not allowed entry into Romania unless they have a residence status in the country. Transit is allowed on condition that the transiting travellers leave the territory of Romania within 24 hours upon entry. Romania is open to business travellers who present proof of cooperation with commercial entities in Romania (invitation letter or employment contract), family members of Romanian nationals and those of other EU Member States, students, cross-border workers, seasonal agricultural workers, medical staff, seafarers and inland waterway staff, members of international sports delegations, film industry workers, and artists. Travellers who are allowed to enter Romania from Serbia have to stay in self-isolation/quarantine for 10 days if they present proof of a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. Travellers without proof of a negative PCR-test result must stay in self-isolation/quarantine for 14 days.
The following categories of travellers are exempt from this measure: persons who remain in the territory of Romania for a maximum of 72 hours if they present proof of a negative PCR-test result; vaccinated travellers who may enter after 10 days of receiving the second dose of the vaccine; travellers confirmed to have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus in the 90 days leading up to date of entry into Romania, upon the presentation of the relevant medical documentation; representatives of foreign companies with representative offices/branches in Romania; drivers of freight vehicles (heavier than 2.4 tons) and passenger vehicles (with more than 9 seats); diplomats; seafarers and inland waterway staff; cross-border workers; students; members of international sports delegations; and film industry workers.

RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Russian Federation only by direct Belgrade―Moscow flight operated by Air Serbia or Aeroflot airlines. Proof of a negative result of the PCR test, taken no more than 72 hours before departure, is required.
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia arriving to the Russian Federation from other places, by connecting flights originating in a third country (for example, Istanbul, Turkey) or by road, must have a special entry permit issued by the COVID-19 Operational Headquarters of the Russian Federation.

RWANDA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia and other travellers arriving, transferring, transiting and leaving Rwanda, must present a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier, by a licensed laboratory.
All travellers arriving in Rwanda must complete the passenger locator form (www.rbc.gov.rw), before heading to the airport, in order to obtain Unique Health Code that has to be shown upon lending to Rwanda.
Travellers are tested again upon entering Rwanda and placed in specially designated hotels at their own expense until they receive their test results, i.e. within 24 hours.
All relevant Covid-19 travel information for Rwanda can be found on the following link: https://travel.rbc.gov.rw/travel/

SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS
Citizens of Serbia may enter Saint Kitts and Nevis. Travellers must fill out the form available at www.covid19.gov.kn, and present a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. Travellers undergo an examination at the airport and fill out a health questionnaire. It is necessary to download a contact tracing application on one’s mobile telephone. The first seven days of stay may only be spent in a hotel. A new PCR test must be performed between 7 and 14 days at one’s own expense, and if the test result is negative, movement outside the hotel complex will be approved.

SAINT LUCIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Saint Lucia if they have a negative PCR-test result no older than seven days, and if they fill out the form available at: https://www.stlucia.org/en/covid-19/pre-arrival-form-for-visitors/.

SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Saint Vincent and the Grenadines if, before departure, they complete and submit the following form: https://stv.servicedx.com/formmgmt/travelform. Proof of a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is mandatory. Passengers arriving from high- or medium-risk countries are re-tested at the airport and placed into a 10-day quarantine, the first 5 days of which are at their own expense. If the test result is negative, the traveller may leave the quarantine. 

SAMOA
All foreign nations, including citizens of the Republic of Serbia, are prohibited from entering Samoa until further notice.

SAN MARINO
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter and transit through San Marino only after notifying the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of San Marino by e-mail (viaggiareinformati@esteri.sm) or by telephone (00 378 549 888 888). On arrival, visitors must take a serology test. If the result is positive, molecular testing is done. If this result is also positive, a 14-day self-isolation at home is mandatory.

SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Sao Tome and Principe with proof of a negative COVID-19-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

SAUDI ARABIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia who are holders of a residence permit (iqama) and a valid visa, or a business, work or visit visa, may enter the country with a negative PCR-test result, issued no more than 48 hours earlier by a laboratory accredited in the Republic of Serbia.
Starting from 20th of May, for travelers who do not hold a proof of vaccination against Covid 19 (two doses of: Pfizer BioNTech, Oxford AstraZeneka and Moderna: one dose of Johnson&Johnson), beside a negative PCR test, a quarantine (accommodation in one of the designated centers in Saudi Arabia) will be mandatory.
Travelers must have a health insurance which covers costs of COVID-19-related treatment, including the expenses of quarantine. In case the costs of accommodation during quarantine are not covered, they are borne by the passenger.
There is an entry ban for travelers who were transiting through or who stayed in one of the following countries: UAE, Egypt, Lebanon, Turkey, USA, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Ireland, Portugal, Switzerland, Sweden, Brazil, Argentina, South African Republic, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Japan. The ban also applies to those who were in transit through any of the above 20 countries during the 14 days preceding their travel to Saudi Arabia.

SENEGAL
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Senegal if they have a valid visa and provided that they present a negative (PCR or serology) test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. This also applies to passengers who have spent more than 24 hours in transit. Passengers on the plane sign a statement that they have no symptoms of COVID-19 and that they have not been in contact with infected individuals. If the travel is urgent, the passenger may be exempted from PCR or serology testing before departure. This, however, must be indicated in the statement submitted by the airline to competent authorities at Senegalese airports. In that case, the testing is done at the airport at the expense of the passenger. The country can be entered only by flights operated by Air Senegal and Royal Air Maroc airlines.

SEYCHELLES
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may travel to the Seychelles with a prior approval of the health authorities. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 earlier is mandatory. Entry permits are requested and obtained through a special platform: https://seychelles.govtas.com/. Travellers are not required to get vaccinated before travelling in order to enter the Seychelles, but they are encouraged to do so. Travellers must have health insurance which covers costs of COVID-19-related treatment.

SIERRA LEONE
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Sierra Leone with a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier, and a travel permit obtained through the portal of the Government of Sierra Leone (www.travel.gov.sl). Furthermore, upon arrival to the country they must fill out a health questionnaire and present a certificate of payment for a new PCR and RDT test that they will undergo upon arrival to the country. In case the RDT test result is negative, travellers may leave the airport. Otherwise, they are placed in isolation in one of the hotels in the town of Lungi until the results of the PCR test arrive. It takes 48 hours to receive PCR-test results. In case the PCR-test result is positive, the healthcare authorities of Sierra Leone oblige the traveller to enter a treatment centre.

SINGAPORE
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter or transit through Singapore, other than persons with permanent residence or work permits. Spouses and children of Singapore residents are allowed short-term visits for which they must submit a prior request. Thus, it is advised to first contact the nearest embassy of Singapore.

SLOVAKIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Slovak Republic (Slovakia) only if there is a specific reason for travel (eg. business trip, visit to a close family member people, for employment, etc).
Prior to entering the country, they must register through the following link: http://korona.gov.sk/ehranica, and stay in home self-isolation until they receive a negative result of a coronavirus test which they must undergo at the earliest on the eighth day of self-isolation. Persons arriving by airplane also need to fill out the following form: http://www.mindop.sk/covid.
Persons who have, over the past 14 days, visited countries of the European Union, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland or the United Kingdom, may enter Slovakia without regard to epidemiological measures provided they have been vaccinated accordingly:

  • person has been vaccinated by the second dose of mRNA vaccine for COVID-19 disease more than 14 days ago;
  • person has been vaccinated by the first dose of vector vaccine for COVID-19 disease more than 4 weeks ago;
  • 14 days after the first dose of vaccine for COVID-19 (mRNA or vector vaccine), if the first dose of vaccine was administered within the period of 180 days from the recovery of COVID-19 disease;

Transit through Slovakia is possible for persons and their family members to the country in which they have residence or the country of which they are citizens. The transit may last up to eight hours. Other persons (expect for truck and bus drivers, and similar categories of transit travellers) require a transit permit.

SLOVENIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Slovenia, but they must undergo a 10-day quarantine or hold a negative result of a PCR or a rapid antigen test (HAGT), issued no more than 48 hours earlier in one of the EU countries, i.e. the Schengen area, the United Kingdom and the United States. Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are exempted from the mandatory quarantine and possession of aforementioned tests in the following cases: if they submit a certificate of a positive PCR test result for SARS-CoV-2 which is more than 21 days old but not more than six months old or a medical certificate confirming that the person has recovered from COVID-19 and that less than six months have elapsed since the onset of symptoms (test/certificate issued in the EU, the United Kingdom and the United States); if they submit a negative PCR test issued no more than 48 hours earlier in Serbia and enter Slovenia at the checkpoint A-airport; if they enclose a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19 proving that at least 7 days have passed since receiving the second dose of Biontech / Pfizer vaccine, at least 14 days since receiving the second dose of Moderna, Sputnik V, Johnson & Johnson, Sinovac Biotech or Sinopharm and at least 21 days since receiving the second dose of AstraZeneca; if transiting through Slovenia and leaving the country no later than 12 hours upon entry; in the case of persons in possession of a diplomatic travel document; in case of persons who daily or periodically cross the border for reasons of education, training or scientific research in the Republic of Slovenia and provide sufficient proof thereof; in the case of persons in the international transport sector; in the case of persons transporting goods to or from Slovenia in commercial traffic; if they own or lease land in the border area; if they have been transported to the Republic of Slovenia in an ambulance or other medical vehicle and the accompanying medical staff in said vehicle; if they members of the protection and rescue services, healthcare services, the police and firefighting services and other persons who carry out humanitarian transport or provide assistance in rescue missions and eliminate the consequences of natural disasters and return to Slovenia within 24 hours of crossing the border; if they are crossing the border for emergency reasons related to the elimination of direct risk for health, life, property, material damage or for business reasons and are returning across the border within 12 hours after the entry; if they are a member of the police or official of state bodies returning from a referral to work abroad, as well as an official and an accredited journalist on a business trip abroad; if a person has scheduled health service in Slovenia and shall return immediately after said service. For the purpose of transit through Slovenia, it is necessary to hold a proof of entry into the country of destination (residence permit, certified letter of invitation, hotel reservation, etc.); having a negative PCR test is not necessary. Transit can take up to a maximum of 12 hours.

For more information, follow the link: https://www.gov.si/en/topics/coronavirus-disease-covid-19/border-crossing/   

SOLOMON ISLANDS
All foreign nationals, including citizens of the Republic of Serbia, are prohibited from entering the Solomon Islands until further notice. Exceptionally, persons with special approval of the competent bodies may enter, provided that they have a double negative PCR-test result (no older than 7 days, and 2 days prior to travel, respectively). Furthermore, a 14-day quarantine is mandatory.

SOMALIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Somalia. A negative PCR test, not older than 96 hours, is required.
All passengers departing from Somalia must have a negative PCR test issued no more than 72 hours earlier.

SOUTH AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter or transit through the South African Republic (SAR). A valid visa or residence permit is required. Travellers arriving from a high-risk country (the list is available at: http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/list-of-high-risk-covid-19-countries) require a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. Upon arrival in SAR, all travellers must undergo a medical examination. Travellers who have a negative test result but are showing signs of a fever will be sent to a 10-day quarantine at their own expense. All travellers must have health insurance.

SOUTH SUDAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, and all other foreign nationals, may enter South Sudan if they have a negative result of a coronavirus test.

SPAIN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter the Kingdom of Spain, except for the persons with permanent or temporary residence in Spain or another EU or Schengen country, holders of long-stay visas, students with valid permits, diplomatic staff for the purpose of performing their duties, highly qualified workers whose work is necessary and cannot be delayed or performed remotely, including high-level sporting event participants, persons travelling for duly accredited imperative family reasons, and persons with documented reasons of force majeure or necessity, or who are allowed to enter for humanitarian reasons. Also, an exception are persons residing in the following countries: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China, provided that they are arriving directly from those countries.
As of 23 November 2020, travellers entering Spain from COVID-19-risk EU countries (red and gray zone) and 37 other countries, including Serbia, must hold a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.
Before entering the country, all travellers must fill in a health form via www.spth.gob.es or via the free SPAIN TRAVEL HEALTH-SpTH application.        

SUDAN, REPUBLIC
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Republic of Sudan. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 48 hours earlier is required.

SURINAME
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Suriname. The borders and the airports are closed.

SWEDEN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Sweden, except for the persons with regulated stay (residence status) of at least one year. Transit through the airport in Sweden is not allowed either.
All foreign nationals entering Sweden must have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 48 hours earlier. Persons under the age of 18 as well as persons with a residence permit in Sweden and persons employed in the transport sector are exempted from this rule.

SWITZERLAND
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter the Swiss Confederation unless they have a regulated stay (residence). Persons with the right to enter from the Republic of Serbia must first announce their arrival in Switzerland by filling in a registration form through this website  https://swissplf.admin.ch/home, but only if they are arriving by airplane, bus, train or boa, and they must hold a negative PCR-test result.
As of 22 February 2021, travellers arriving from the Republic of Serbia must announce their arrival by completing the registration form (https://swissplf.admin.ch/home), hold a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier (irrespective of the means of transportation), and undergo a 10-day quarantine (home isolation) which may be suspended if the result of the PCR test conducted on the seventh day of entry into the country is negative. For more information, please go to the following website: https://www.bag.admin.ch/bag/de/home/krankheiten/ausbrueche-epidemien-pandemien/aktuelle-ausbrueche-epidemien/novel-cov/empfehlungen-fuer-reisende/liste.html.
Transit is allowed for persons with a regulated stay in the Schengen country of destination. In this case, it is necessary to present proof of intention and possibility of entering that country.

SYRIA 
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may only enter Syria from Lebanon, through the Masnaa land border crossing. Entry requires a negative PCR-test result produced in a state laboratory in Beirut, no more than 12 earlier. Upon entering Syria, self-isolation is required for 5 days. Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not transit through Syria.

TAJIKISTAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Tajikistan, unless they have a permanent residence permit, or they have the prior approval of the competent authorities of Tajikistan to enter on the basis of existing marital or family ties. A negative result of a coronavirus test is not required. However, a 14-day quarantine is mandatory. Testing is mandatory for travellers only if they are showing disease symptoms.

TANZANIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Tanzania. A negative RT-PCR test result (sample collected within 72 hours before arrival to Tanzania) is required. Upon arrival, every person will be subjected to enhanced screening for COVID-19 infection including rapid test. The cost for rapid test is 25 USD per traveler. All travelers are required to truthfully fill in an online Traveler's Surveillance Form available at https://afyamsafiri.moh.go.tz within 24 hours before arrival to Tanzania.

THAILAND
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Kingdom of Thailand with a tourist visa provided that appropriate conditions are met, one of which is a 14-day quarantine. negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. Also, a Certificate of Entry and other documents are required. Therefore, before travelling, it is necessary to contact the Thai Honorary Consulate in Belgrade or the nearest Embassy of Thailand.

TIMOR-LESTE (EAST TIMOR)
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter or transit through East Timor. Persons born and with residence in East Timor are permitted entry into and transit through the country.

TOGO
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Togo. A negative PCR-test result, no more than five days old, is required. Upon arrival at the airport in Togo, passengers are required to undergo re-testing. Also, before leaving Togo, passengers must take a PCR test. The costs of both tests are borne by the passengers. Upon arrival in Togo, passengers must install the TOGO SAFE mobile app, which must be active during their stay and for at least another 30 days after leaving Togo. In case of non-compliance with this measure, a person may be quarantined and fined.

TONGA
All foreign nationals, including citizens of the Republic of Serbia, are prohibited from entering Tonga until further notice, unless they have a special approval by the competent bodies. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory.

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Trinidad and Tobago. The borders and the airports are closed.

TUNISIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Tunisia. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required. Upon arrival, a 7-day hotel quarantine is mandatory, at the expense of passenger. After 7 days, a test has to be taken and if the result is negative, the quarantine is suspended.

TURKEY
Citizens of Serbia may enter into territory of the Republic of Turkey, without mandatory PCR test or quarantine, provided they hold a vaccination certificate issued by a competent authority of the Republic of Serbia. Persons under the age of 18 may enter Turkey, accompanied by an adult family member who holds a vaccination certificate. Persons who have recovered from Covid 19  may enter Turkey with an immune certificate issued by a competent authority of the Republic of Serbia.
 For citizens of Serbia who have not been vaccinated, a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required for all persons aged six and above.
 In case a passenger is entering Turkey by road and does not have a negative PCR-test result, quarantine is required at the address registered as the place of residence. If the address of residence is not available, the place of quarantine will be determined by the competent health administration. On the seventh day of quarantine, the quarantined persons are tested and if their result is negative, the quarantine is suspended.
 It is necessary to register through this website https://register.health.gov.tr/ at least 72 hours ahead of arrival to Turkey. Registered persons will receive, what is called, a HES Code ― an electronic way of monitoring the traveler’s health condition. The HES Code is necessary to enter any shopping center, restaurant, state institutions, and other facility. Upon entry into Turkey, all travelers are obliged to present their HES Code, either in paper or digital form.

TURKMENISTAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Turkmenistan. The borders and the airports are closed.

TUVALU
All foreign nationals, including citizens of the Republic of Serbia, are prohibited from entering Tuvalu until further notice.

UGANDA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Uganda. They require a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 120 hours earlier.
All passengers departing from Uganda must have negative PCR test issued by an authorized laboratory. All relevant Covid-19 travel information for Uganda can be found on the following link https://www.health.go.ug/covid/ 

UKRAINE
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Ukraine provided they have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier and health insurance that cover the costs of COVID-19 treatment. A health insurance policy must be issued by an insurance company registered in Ukraine, or an insurance company that has a representative office or contractual relations with an insurance partner-company in the territory of Ukraine.
The following persons are exempted from having a negative PCR-test and health insurance:
Persons who have permanent residence in Ukraine, refugees, staff and family members of a diplomatic-consular missions, drivers and crew members of freight vehicles, bus drivers who operate (i)regular transport, air crew members, sea and river cruise crew members, members of train and railway convoys, members of the armed forces of NATO member states and member states of the "Partnership for Peace" program, who participate in the training of units of the Armed Forces.
Children under the age of 12 are not required to have a negative PCR test result, only health insurance policy.
Foreign citizens with permanent residence in Ukraine are subjected to self-isolation for 14 days and are required to install the "Vdoma" mobile application.
The following persons are exempted from the required self-isolation: persons under the age of 12, drivers and crew members of trucks and buses in regular transport, crew members of aircrafts and boats, river cruise crew members, members of train and railway convoys, persons transporting stem cells for transplantation, persons with negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours until crossing the state border.
Self-isolation can be suspended before the expiration of the 14-day period in case of obtaining a negative PCR test, which was done after crossing the state border. Testing cannot be performed at border crossings.
It is implied that foreign nationals entering and leaving the territory of Donetsk, Luhansk, Crimea, and Sevastopol, have health insurance, which covers the costs of treatment for COVID-19.
The insurance policy is not required for foreign citizens with permanent residence in Ukraine, employees of representative offices of international missions and organizations accredited in Ukraine.

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the United Arab Emirates. A negative result of the PCR test is required, taken 48 hours or less before scheduled departure (for all emirates except Abu Dhabi). Double testing (PCR test), before travel and upon arrival in the United Arab Emirates is no longer mandatory for United Arab Emirates residents, tourists and transit tourists coming from about 60 countries, including the Republic of Serbia. They have the opportunity to be tested in Serbia (test taken 48 hours or less before scheduled departure) or after landing at Dubai airport. The test results from the airport are obtained within one to two days on a mobile phone. In the emirate of Dubai, self-isolation is mandatory until the airport test results are obtained. Compliance with the self-isolation measure is monitored via a mobile phone (mandatory installation of ALHOSN application). 
A PCR test, taken 72 hours or less before scheduled departure, is required to enter Abu Dhabi. Passengers from countries that are on the green list and have a negative test result do not have a quarantine obligation. For travellers from other countries, quarantine for 10 days and wearing a GPS bracelet is mandatory. Upon arrival in Abu Dhabi, additional PCR testing is performed at the airport. For those who stay in Abu Dhabi for more than 6 consecutive days, a PCR test on the sixth day and another on the twelfth day is mandatory. The list of countries on the Green List can be found at the following website: https://visitabudhabi.ae/en/plan-your-trip/covid-safe-travel/permitted-.
The specificity of the United Arab Emirates is that there is a checkpoint between the emirates of Abu Dhabi and Dubai that cannot be crossed without a negative PCR or DPI test. Also, all non-residents and residents of the United Arab Emirates, who come to the United Arab Emirates via Dubai Airport and continue by land to Abu Dhabi, will receive a bracelet at the checkpoint and will have to go in a mandatory self-isolation for 10 days. More information about the Abu Dhabi entry regime can be found on the website: https://visitabudhabi.ae/en/plan-your-trip/covid-safe-travel.

UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHER IRELAND
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter or transit through the United Kingdom provided they have a valid visa. All persons coming from abroad, including British citizens, when entering England by plane, boat, or train, must possess a negative result of the PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before scheduled departure. Otherwise, a fine of 500 GBP is payable.
When entering the United Kingdom, it is necessary to fill in the Passenger Locator Form electronically in advance (https://www.gov.uk/provide-journey-contact-details-before-travel-uk). Passengers in transit are also required to complete this form. Failure to complete this form will result in a fine of 500 GBP.
All passengers, including citizens of the Republic of Serbia, arriving from Serbia or from countries which, like Serbia, are not on the list of COVID-19-safe countries (available at: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-travel-corridors#countries-territories-and-regions-on-the-travel-corridor-list) and in which they stayed for two weeks or through which they transited before entering the United Kingdom, are obliged to stay in self-isolation for ten days. The period of ten-day isolation can be shortened if passengers take the test no earlier than the fifth day after arrival and get a negative result. The tests are performed at the expense of passengers in one of the accredited laboratories from the following list: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/list-of-private-providers-of-coronavirus-testing/list-of-private-providers-of-coronavirus-testing.
Also, all passengers arriving in the United Kingdom are required, at their own expense, to take the test on the second and eighth day after the start of quarantine. Tests should be booked in advance through the following portal: https://quarantinehotelbookings.ctmportal.co.uk/.
Passengers travelling to Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland, from a country not on the COVID-19 ‘red list’, must also go into a ten-day self-isolation but without the possibility of shortening it.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the United States. The US-entry ban is still in force for travelers who have stayed in China (except from Hong Kong and Macao), Ireland, UK, Iran, and the Schengen countries for more than 14 days (transit through the international zone is also consider as stay).
A negative PCR or NAAT test result issued no more than three days earlier is mandatory. Travelers who have recovered from COVID-19 need to provide proof of a positive viral test result issued no more than three months earlier and a letter from a healthcare practitioner stating that they were cleared to travel. Testing is also mandatory for children aged two and above. Air carriers are responsible for checking that travelers have their test results with them. It is also recommended that travelers re-take the test in the United States between the third and the fifth day upon arrival and spend seven days in self-isolation. If the flight is delayed for any reason, passengers will need to be re-tested if the three-day limit for testing had past.
Additional information can be found on the following website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/testing-international-air-travelers.html.

URUGUAY
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Uruguay, except in certain cases and with special approval that is sought via the following e-mail address: dnm-consultas@minterior.gub.uy . Foreign citizens with a permanent residence in Uruguay may enter the country with prior registration and under requirements stated on the following link: https://www.gub.uy/tramites/creacion-usuario-gubuy-id-uruguay-auto-registro.

UZBEKISTAN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter the Republic of Uzbekistan. The borders are closed.

VANUATU
All foreign nationals, including citizens of the Republic of Serbia, are prohibited from entering the country until further notice.

VIETNAM
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter or transit through Vietnam.

VENEZUELA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Venezuela since the borders are closed to foreign nationals.

YEMEN
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Yemen. 

ZAMBIA
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Republic of Zambia. Quarantine for 14 days is mandatory in the premises determined by the state. The cost of quarantine is borne by the foreign national. 

ZIMBABWE
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may not enter Zimbabwe, except for persons with regulated residence. A 21-day quarantine is mandatory. Transit travel originating in a neighbouring country is permitted but only in case of an organised flight, i.e. scheduled departure from the country (and region), and in case of cargo transportation, provided that the transiting traveller can present a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier.