Covid 19 – travel requirements

Covid 19 – travel requirements

Entry regimes applicable to citizens of the Republic of Serbia under the covid-19 pandemic condition

(updated on 1 September 2021 – Source: MFA)

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 the Republic of Republic of Serbia may enter Albania. As from September 6, passengers entering Albania must present one of the following documents (applies to all border crossings):

  1. A vaccination certificate (provided that at least two weeks have passed from the date of full vaccination);
  2. A negative PCR test (not older than 72 hours) or rapid antigen test (not older than 48 hours);
  3. A recovery certificate (valid for 6 months after recovery from Covid 19).

The abovementioned rules apply to all persons (except for children up to 6 years of age), including those who transit through the Republic of Albania.

ALGERIA

The citizens of Serbia are allowed to enter Algeria, with the prior consent of the competent Algerian authorities. The condition for entry is possession of a negative PCR test not older than 36 hours and antigen test upon arrival.
The border crossings are partially open, international passenger traffic is exclusively air traffic, from three airports – Algiers, Oran and Constantine.

ANDORRA

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia can enter in Andora. Considering that Andorra does not have airport and that travel to Andorra must be made via Spain or France, is subject to restrictions on the entry of Spain and France. Entering in Andora is only posible for persons who have a regulated stay or if they have a certificate of complete vaccination (it is necessary that at least 14 days have passed of fullz vaccination before entering Andorra).
Tourists who spend three or more nights in the country and who are older than 6 years must have a diagnostic test (PCR OR TMA), taken with 72 hours before their arrival in Andorra.

Visitors staying in Spain, France and Portugal are exempt from taking the test in accordance with existing health agreements between Andorra and these countries. Tourists coming from countries considered “green zones” are also exempt.
The use of masks is mandatory for all people older than eight years, although it is recommended to use them from the age of six.

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 with a regulated stay in Argentina, or holders of diplomatic and official passports. Serbian citizens coming to Argentina on a diplomatic mission, for business reasons, for a sports competition or to reunite with their family, may enter with a special advance permit. In these cases, a special permit is required, and the mentioned permit is obtained through the Embassy of Argentina in Belgrade. Restriction of number of travelers entering Argentina is in force (11 900 in total daily) and includes all foreign nationalities.
All passengers prior to entering Argentina must have a negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier. Also, it is required to send electronically a so-called statement of responsibility that the traveller is familiar with all the sanitary regulations and procedures in Argentina and a proof of health insurance that covers hospital costs of SARS-CoV-2 treatment.
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.
All persons must undergo a 7-day quarantine, after which a new testing shall be performed.

ARMENIA

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the Republic of Armenia by plane or by road from Georgia or Iran. All travellers 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 or vaccination certificate (with doses of Covid 19 vaccines), if at least 14 days have passed since the second dose. A negative PCR test result and vaccination certificate are not required for children under the age of 1.
Persons arriving from Russian Federation should present forth-mentioned certificates via mobile application “Путешествую без COVID-19”.
If a person is registered in Armenian ARMED system, certificate of vaccination can be presented via mobile application ArmedeHealth.
All those who do not hold a negative PCR test or vaccination certificate, may be tested at their own expense at the airport/land border crossing and if the result is negative, they will be released from the obligation of self-isolation. In case of refusing the testing or medical examination, a person without appropriate certificate will be sent to self-isolation for 14 days.
The certificate should be in Armenian, Russian or English, include the name, surname, date of birth, and passport number of the examined person, printed on the official letterhead of the medical institution conducting the test, identifying all contacts of the organization, test result, signed and sealed by the head of the medical institution.

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 of Serbia may enter Austria, entry is allowed for all categories of persons. When entering Austria, it is necessary to have a vaccination certificate or a recovery certificate or a negative test for COVID (PCR or antigen), provided that the person entering the country has in the previous 10 days stayed in one of the so-called safe countries (https://www.austria.info/en/service-and-facts/coronavirus-information/e…).
A vaccination certificate (in German or English) with one of the approved vaccines against COVID-19: BioNTech / Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Sinopharm, Sinovac, is valid if the following requirements are met: fully vaccinated (with two doses) or 21 days have passed since receiving a one-dose vaccine (vaccines for which only one dose is provided) or 21 days have passed since vaccination if a person has recovered from Covid19 – a proof of past infection required (a positive molecular biological test for SARS-CoV-2 or evidence of neutralizing antibodies). Vaccination should not be older than nine months.
A recovery certificate is valid if it is issued by the competent authority (in German or English) that the person has been recovered from Covid-19 within the last six months (or evidence of neutralizing antibodies not older than three months).
A negative PCR test must not be older than 72 hours from the time of sampling and a negative antigen test must not be older than 48 hours from the time of sampling (the test must be in German or English).
Persons who are unable to submit any of the above three evidence will be obliged to take the test in Austria within 24 hours from entry at their own expense. Also, the obligation of online registration applies to these persons, which may be done at the earliest 72 hours before the trip. Online registration (Pre – Travel Clearance – PTC) can be done on the following website: https://entry.ptc.gv.at.
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 12 do not need to have a negative test result in order to enter Austria, but they are subject to all the provisions which apply to the adults under whose supervision they are travelling with.
The final decision on entering Austria is made by the competent border authorities.

AZERBAIJAN

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, from August 5, 2021, may enter Azerbaijan by plane, provided that they have following documents:
– A negative PCR test result, not older than 72 hours
– Official state document proving that the full course of vaccination has been conducted etc. vaccination certificate or recovery certificate
Minors (under the age of 18) only need a negative PCR test result.
Certificate (vaccination or recovery) must have a QR code which confirms their validity. It is preferred that the result of the PCR test also has this code, in order to speed up the formal procedures at the airport, but it is not necessary.
The required certificates are checked before departure, during check-in at the airport.
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia will be issued visas (for persons over the age of 18 – based on necessary Covid 19 documents) in diplomatic missions and consulates of the Republic of Azerbaijan, without the need to obtain a special permit to enter the country issued by the Operational Headquarters of the Government of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Reference clinics and laboratories for coronavirus testing (COVID-19) in the Republic of Azerbaijan can be found at the following link: 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 enter the Republic of Belarus only via the Minsk national airport. It is necessary to hold a negative PCR-test result (in Russian, Belarus or English language), not older than 72 hours, which contains a name and surname of a passenger, as well as proof of the negative analysis.
Entry into the Republic of Belarus for foreign citizens 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 limitations do 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 Serbia, residing in Serbia, may enter Belgium in line with general travel conditions.All passengers over the age of 16, regardless whether they reside in Belgium or not, need to fill in Public Health Passenger Locator Form minimum 48 prior to entering Belgium https://travel.info-coronavirus.be/public-health-passenger-locator-form . After filling in the form, traveler will receive SMS with an activation code. Need for a negative PCR test depends on the color of the code given to Serbia (list is available on the following link https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/colour-codes-by-country/ ) – for green and orange PCR is not mandatory. If the code is red, all travelers over the age of 6 must present a negative PCR test (not older than 72 hours) issued by competent laboratories in Serbia. Persons with a regulated stay in Belgium do no need to present a negative PCR test in order to enter Belgium. Certificate of vaccination does not exempt from the need of presenting the negative PCR test result. Transit by car without a PCR test (up to 48 hours) is allowed, with a need of filling in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form. PCR test is not needed for air travel, if one is not leaving the international transit zone at the airport. For other means of transport (train, bus…) negative PCR test is needed if the code is red.

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 Serbia may enter Bolivia. A negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours, is required for all persons over the age of 5. Upon entry into Bolivia, self-isolation is mandatory for at least 10 days. After 7th day of self-isolation an additional test is performed (costs not covered by the state). Persons that do not have a residence permit in Bollivia must hold a health insurance that cover the costs of COVID-19 treatment.

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 the citizens of the Republic of Serbia are entering Bosnia and Herzegovina from other countries, they require a negative PCR-test or rapid antigen test on SARS-CoV-2, issued no more than 48 hours earlier; or a vaccination certificate (proving that a person has received the second dose of vaccine for COVID-19 or one dose if it is administrated in single dose, at least 14 days prior to arrival); or a medical certificate showing that a person has recovered from COVID-19 within the previous 14 to 180 days prior to arrival.

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 Serbia may enter into Brazil only by air. A passenger entering Brazil from abroad, whether he/she is a Brazilian or a foreign citizen, is obliged prior to boarding to present to the airline following:
1. Document confirming a negative RT-PCR test result on SARS-Cov-2, not older than 72 hours before boarding. The result must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish. Children under the age of 12 are not obliged to have an RT-PCR test if they are accompanied by guardian that holds a negative RT-PCR test not older than 72 hours. Children aged two to twelve who travel unaccompanied must present a negative RT-PCR test result. Children under the age of two do not have to have a test result
2. Passenger’s health certificate (DCV) filled-out (printed or in electronic form), by which the passenger declares that he agrees with the observance of sanitary measures, which he must adhere to while in Brazil. (link to this confirmation form: https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br). The form must be filled-out no earlier than 72 hours before the trip and otherwise will not be valid.
It is temporarily prohibited to board passengers for Brazil coming from / or passing through the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Republic of South Africa and the Republic of India in the last 14 days.

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); a negative antigen rapid test (issued no more than 48 hours earlier) or a recovery certificate (this document is valid in period of 11 to 180 days, from the testing date entered in a document).
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

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Cabo Verde, provided they present one of the following documents:
1.A negative PCR test or antigen test, not older than 48 hours or an approved molecular test, not older than 72 hours
2.A certificate of recovery from Covid-19 (more than 14 days and less than 90 days)
3.A vaccination certificate.
Vaccination certificates showing that a passenger received one of the following vaccines are considered valid: AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Sinopfarm, Moderna and Sinovac – two doses, 14 days after revaccination and Johnson & Johnson – one dose, 28 days after vaccination.
Above mentioned documents are not required for children under the age of 12 and passengers in transit.

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.
Citizen of Serbia, who is eligible to enter Canada and fully vaccinated with one of the officially approved vaccines in Canada (Pfizer, Astrazeneca, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson), with the last dose received at least 14 days before entry to Canada, might be exempt from the obligation of self-isolation of 14 days, PCR testing and stay in a hotel provided by the Government – provided his proof of vaccination is accepted by the competent border authorities.
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. It is necessary to fill out an online form “Pase de salud”, avaible on the following web site https://salud.go.cr and have an international health insurance, which can also be purchased in Costa Rica.
Local health insurance can be purchased via National insurance fund in Costa Rica https://www.grupoins.com/seguros-para-viajero/ or insurance company Sagicor https://www.sagicor.cr/seguro_para_turistas/
Foreign health insurance must be in Spanish or English language and contain the following: information on validity of the policy during the stay in Cosa Rica, medical costs of any treatment in case of coronavirus in Costa Rica must be covered (at least 50.000 USD) and a minimum amount of 2.000 USD for extended accommodation costs due to a pandemic.

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 and other travelers (regardless of their citizenship) coming directly from Serbia, may enter Croatia without having to prove the reasons for traveling to Croatia, but are required to present on of the following documents:
· negative PCR test result (not be older than 72 hours) or rapid antigen test – RAT on SARS-CoV-2 (not be older than 48 hours);
· certificate of vaccination provided that at least 14 days have passed from the time they received the second dose and not older than 270 days from receiving the second dose (Pfizer, Moderna, AstaZeneca, Gamaleya – Sputnik V, Sinopharm), or from the time they received the first dose if the vaccine is administered in a single dose (Janssen/Johnson&Johnson);
· certificate showing that they have recovered from COVID-19 and have received one dose of vaccine within eight months from contracting the disease, provided that the vaccine was administered less than 270 days from their arrival at the border crossing point;
· presentation of a positive PCR or rapid antigen test, confirming that the holder recovered from the SARS-CoV-2 virus infection, which was performed within the previous 270 days, and older than 11 days from the date of arrival at the border crossing point or upon presentation of a medical certificate of recovery;
Children under twelve years of age traveling accompanied by a parent / guardian are exempt from the obligation to present a negative test result and to self-isolate if the parents / guardians meet the above-mentioned conditions.

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 Cyprus. As from August 19, 2021, the Republic of Serbia will be in the “Red category” – all persons who have not been vaccinated shall be required to obtain two negative PCR test results. First has to be taken within 72 hours before departure and second immediately after landing in Cyprus (testing is done at the airport, at the expense of a passenger, and until receiving the results a person is required to stay in self-isolation). Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this obligation.
Certain categories of passengers will be able to board a flight without a test but will require one upon landing in Cyprus: persons legally residing in Cyprus, who have received at least the first dose of the two-dose vaccines; persons legally residing in Cyprus aged 12- 15 years; persons legally residing in Cyprus aged 16-18 who have received at least the first dose of the two-dose vaccines; persons who for medical reasons cannot be vaccinated and hold proof of that from the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Cyprus.
Persons who fall into one of the above categories must remain in mandatory self-isolation for 72 hours and then undergo another PCR test. If the repeated test is negative, they can terminate their isolation.
Passengers who have a vaccination certificate are not required to take a PCR test but can be randomly tested at the Cypriot airport, at their own expense. Vaccines that are approved in Cyprus: Pfizer-Biontech, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Sputnik V, Sinopharm and Sinovac.
All passengers are required to fill out an online pass (CyprusFlightPass), 48 hours before the flight, at https://www.cyprusflightpass.gov.cy. This will also serve tourists to move freely in Cyprus for 7 days, after which they are required to do a PCR / Rapid test every 3 days (unless vaccinated).

CZECH REPUBLIC

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia that have been, within the last 14 days, in a country on the „green list“ (Serbia is on the „green list“) , for at least 12 hours, may enter the Czech Republic. Prior to entry one needs to register via following link https://plf.uzis.cz/ and also present a negative Covid-19 test result (Antigen not older than 48 hours or PCR not older than 72 hours). Persons with a regulated stay in Czech Republic may take the test within 5 days from entry into Czech Republic.
Following persons are exempt from these measures:
– Persons with a national certificate of complete vaccination, at least 14 days after receiving the second dose
– Workers in international transport
– Transit for less than 12 hours
– Minors under the age of 6
Citizens of Serbia that are arriving to Czech Republic from other country („orange“, „red“, „dark red“ list) need to check what are entry conditions when arriving from that country. Such is possible via following link https://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/coronavirus-information-of-moi.aspx

DENMAR

Citizens of Serbia may enter Denmark. A negative PCR or antigen test, not older than 48 hours, is needed, as well as a completed testing form (the form can be downloaded from the following link https://en.coronasmitte.dk/rules-and-regulations/entry-into-denmark/entry-forms-and-certificates ). Test is mandatory even for persons in transit.
Persons with a regulated stay (residence permit) in Denmark do not need to present a test.
Persons that have recovered from Covid-19 infection may enter with a positive Covid-19 test older than 14 days but not older than 12 weeks.
Proof of vaccination is accepted for vaccines approved by the EMA if at leaqst 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose ((Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Janssen).
More information can be found on the following link https://en.coronasmitte.dk/

DJIBOUTI

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Djibouti only with a negative PCR test, both when entering and exiting the country. This does not apply for minors under the age of 11.
After entering Djibouti a Rapid testing is performed and quarantine is mandatory. Persons over the age of 25 with a proof of vaccination do not need to undergo a 10 day quarantine.
Persons that have been in South Africa, Brasil or India (even transit) are not allowed to enter.

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

A person of any nationality wishing to enter Ecuador through any of the approved entry points must present either a negative RT-PRC test or antigen test performed up to three days before arrival in Ecuador, or a proof of vaccination against COVID-19 with a complete immunization schedule.
Persons under the age of two and crew members are exempt from submitting these documents.

EGYPT

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Egypt.
Vaccinated persons do not need to have a PCR test. They may enter with a certificate of vaccination that is authenticated with a QR code.
Persons that are not vaccinated may enter with a negative PCR test that is authenticated with a QR code.

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, travelers 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, travelers 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 traveler.
Persons with a vaccination certificate, to enter the country must have a negative PCR test and undergo a 5-day quarantine.

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 enter Estonia if they possess on of the following documents: a proof of full vaccination; a negative PCR (not older than 72 hours)or antigen test (not older than 48 hours); a proof of recovery within the past 6 months.
All vaccines administered in the Republic of Serbia are accepted.
For persons who are travelling with negative tests, 10 days self-isolation is mandatory upon arrival to Estonia. Self-isolation can be shortened by testing in Estonia, earliest 6 days upon arrival.
It is mandatory to fill an electronic form available at https://iseteenindus.terviseamet.ee/ not later than 72 hours prior to travel to Estonia (except in case of direct transit or possession of a proof of recovery or vaccination).
Further information, including special rules for children’s travel: https://vm.ee/en/information-countries-and-self-isolation-requirements-…

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, provided they present a digital certificate proving that a passenger is negative for Covid 19. It is necessary to sign in at the web site  trustedtravel.panabios.org and precisely follow the instructions (http://www.addisababa.mfa.gov.rs/odrzavanje/uploads/Travel_Guide_Simplified.pdf) regarding the obtaining a digital certificate.
Forth mentioned is mandatory for all travelers entering, transiting and exiting Ethiopia.
More information can be found at web page of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Addis Ababa http://addisababa.mfa.gov.rs/cir/newstext.php?subaction=showfull&id=1623312354&ucat=106&template=HeadlinesCir&#disqus_thread .

FIJI

Citizans of the Republic of Serbia, as well as other foreign nationals, are banned from entering the country until further notice.

FINLAND

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Finland only if they are holders of Finnish resident permits or if they possess proof of full vaccination (second dose must be administered at least 14 days prior to travel).
Accepted vaccines are: Pfizer-BionTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Janssen, Sinopharm, CoronaVac.
Exceptions: compelling family matters (birth of one’s own child, one’s own wedding, serious illness of a close relative, visit to relatives, courting relationship), pressing personal reasons (i.e. funeral of a family member or other urgent reason for which valid proofs can be presented), ownership over a property in Finland, seasonal work or work essential for the functioning of the Finnish society or supply chain (list of critical tasks:
https://tem.fi/documents/1410877/21219682/Kriittiset_tyotehtavat_260120…,
form to justify the travel:
https://tem.fi/documents/1410877/21219682/TEM_10022021_tyonantajan_peru…).
Upon entering the country, passengers may be directed to do a PCR test at the airport/border; refusal of testing might result in financial penalty or imprisonment for up to 3 months. Everyone entering Finland without a full vaccination proof (even those who possess negative results of the PCR or antigen test not older than 72 hours) are directed to do one more PCR test 3 to 5 days after arrival. They have to be in self-isolation until receiving the result of that test, or for 14 days, in case they do not do the test. Free testing can be booked at: https://www.finentry.fi/en/.
Transit is allowed at the airports.
Further information: https://thl.fi/en/web/infectious-diseases-and-vaccinations/what-s-new/c….
Other useful info: https://raja.fi/en/guidelines-for-border-traffic-during-pandemic.
Answers of the Finnish Border Guard (in English) to queries on the entry regime may be obtained at the phone number: +358295420100 or by sending e-mail to: rajavartiolaitos@raja.fi .

FRANCE

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter France provided that they have been vaccinated with one of the following vaccines against Covid 19: Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson. It is necessary to present a vaccination certificate proving that at least 7 days have passed from receiving second dose of Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccine, e.i. 28 days from one dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Persons who have not been vaccinated or have been vaccinated with Sinopharm or Sputnik vaccine must provide a proof of a compelling reason for travelling to France, as well as a negative PCR test (not older than 72 hours) or an antigen test (not older than 48 hours).
All information on the compelling reason for travelling to France, as well as the evidence that needs to be submitted, can be found on the website of the French Embassy in Belgrade https://rs.ambafrance.org/Covid-19-najnovije-informacije-i-najcesc%CC%8….
Children under the age of 12 do not need a test.
When entering France, all passengers are required to have a completed form – a certificate of international travel:  https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Certificat….

GABON

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Gabon, a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival is mandatory. All passengers need to have a hotel reservation, which must be made via web platform https://voyageurs.assistcovid19.ga/home .
Upon arrival to Libreville, all passengers are subjected to PCR testing and must spend 24 hours in quarantine (at their own expence), until obtaining test results. Travel documents remain with the police until the test results are received. If the test is negative, travelers need to present a proof of paid hotel accommodation for the day spent in quarantine and afterwards they may collect their travel documents and carry on to the place of residence. If the test is positive the instructions of the Steering Committee for the Monitoring and Response Plan Against the Coronavirus Epidemic must be followed.
From hotel quarantine, the following categories are exempted:

  • Diplomats, on condition of reciprocity;
  • Persons who are fully vaccinated
  • Persons who are ill or convalescents, with medical documentation proving that their condition requires appropriate heath care
  • Crew members of commercial ships
  • Minors (under the age of 18), without a companion.

GAMBIA

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

GEORGIA

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia who have been vaccinated may enter Georgia directly by air (including transit through other countries), if they have a certificate of full vaccination with any vaccine against Covid-19 (one dose in the case of Johnson & Johnson vaccine), or by land or sea, if they have a certificate of full vaccination and a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours.
Unvaccinated citizens of Serbia can enter Georgia directly by air, land or sea (including transit through other countries), if they have a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours. On the third day of their stay in Georgia, they are required to undergo a new PCR test at their own expense.
Before crossing the state border of Georgia, unvaccinated citizens of Serbia must fill in the application form: https://registration.gov.ge/pub/form/8_protocol_for_arrivals_in_georgia…
Children under the age of 10 do not need a negative PCR test and are not required to undergo a new PCR test on the third day after entering Georgia.
The following categories of travelers are excluded from the above-mentioned measures: representatives of diplomatic missions and international organizations accredited in Georgia and members of their families, family members of Georgian citizens (regardless of citizenship), members of humanitarian missions, individuals who have been granted stateless status by Georgian authorities, individuals who have status-neutral ID or travel document, individuals with refugee status in Georgia, members of official delegations (to be decided on a case-by-case basis), truck and train drivers in international road transport, international staff involved in rail freight transport, as well as aircraft crew members.
All persons who have traveled to the Republic of India in the last 14 days are required to spend 14 days in self-isolation.
Persons traveling to Georgia for business reasons must first complete the application form: https://registration.gov.ge/pub/form/7_protocol_for_arrivals_in_georgia…
After filling in the application, persons coming to Georgia for business reasons must obtain a permit from the competent Georgian institutions. Persons who are granted entry are required to take a PCR test at their own expense at the border crossing before entering Georgia. Before receiving the test results, the said persons are obliged to spend 24 hours in a hotel designated for quarantine. If the test result is negative, the passenger must either do a PCR test once in 72 hours for 12 days at his own expense or spend 8 days in self-isolation and then do a PCR test, which is decided by the competent Georgian institutions.

GERMANY

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Germany, that includes travels for tourism purposes and visits to family members.
All persons over the age of 12 traveling by plane, car or bus, need to present to the airline one of the following documents:

  • a negative test for Covid-19 (antigen or PCR)
  • certificate of complete vaccination
  • proof of recovery from Covid-19

Transit through Germany is allowed if a person has the right to enter the country of destination.
More information regarding the entry conditions for Germany can be found on the following link https://belgrad.diplo.de/rs-sr/service/visa-einreise/corona-einreiseinf

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 the Republic of Serbia may enter Greece by plane or by using one of the following land border crossings (open 24 hours)

  • With Bulgaria: Promahonas, Ormenio, Nimfea and Exochi;
  • With North Macedonia: Evzoni, Niki and Doirani;
  • With Albania: Kristalopigi, Kakavia,  Mavromati;
  • With Turkey: Kastanies and Kipi.

All passengers travelling to Greece must fill out an online Passenger Locator Form, via web site https://travel.gov.gr/ (at least 24 hours prior to arrival) and present the obtained code upon arrival.
In order to enter Greece it is necessary to present either a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours or Rapid test not older than 48 hours (excluding minors under the age of 12), or a certificate of completed vaccination (at least 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose) issued by the competent authority (in addition to personal data the certificate must hold data about the type and dose of the vaccine), or a certificate of recovery which is issued 30 days after first positive test and is valid for next 180 days.
Travelers arriving to Greece may be subjected to random testing (Rapid test), and if the test is positive a self-isolation is mandatory for 10 days at address of choice or at one of the designated objects chosen by the Greek authorities (expenses paid by the Greek state). Vaccinated persons that test positive are subjected to a 7-day quarantine and a PCR testing on the last day of a quarantine.
Professional drivers operating in international road transport do not need to present a negative test or proof of vaccination, but may be subjected to random Rapid testing at the border.

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 restriction, i.e. under the same conditions that were in force prior to Covid-19 pandemic. Proof of vaccination or negative PCR test is not needed.
Note:

  1. Only when entering Hungary from Ukraine, citizens of Serbia are still subject to epidemiological control measures in force to prevent a pandemic
  2. Citizens of Serbia arriving to Budapest airport have their temperature measured, but do not need to have a proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test.
  3. Wearing mask indoors is in force is mandatory.
  4. To enter sports and recreation centers, museums, closed parts of restaurants, etc. a vaccination certificate is required.

ICELAND

Citizens of the Republic Serbia may enter Iceland, provided that, together with a vaccination certificate (at least 14 days have to have passed from the second dose) or a recovery certificate, they present a negative PCR or antigen (rapid) test, taken within 72 hours prior to departure to Iceland.
The following vaccines are approved in Iceland: Pfizer/BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Janssen (Cilag International NV), Moderna, Sinopharm and Sinovac.

The following certificates are accepted as confirmation of a previous COVID-19 infection:

  1. Positive PCR-test (RT-PCR) results

  2. Presence of antibodies (IgG) against SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 measured by ELISA or equivalent serologic assay

    (EIA, ECLIA, ELFA, CMIA, CLIA, CLMIA are equivalent tests to ELISA)

All travelers must pre-register before arriving to Iceland via web site https://www.covid.is/english
Children born in 2005 or later are exempted for above-mentioned.
More information can be found at the following link https://www.covid.is/categories/travel-to-and-within-iceland

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 under condition that they present a negative PCR test not older than 96 hours.

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 Ireland. It is necessary to present a vaccination or recovery certificate, or a negative RT-PCR result, taken within 72 hours prior to arrival into the country.
If a person has a valid proof of vaccination or a proof of recovery from COVID in the past 180 days, no travel-related testing or quarantine will be necessary.
For the purposes of travel, a person is considered vaccinated if he/she has been vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency (https://www.ema.europa.eu/en/human-regulatory/overview/public-health-th… ), with recommended number of days after the final dose.
If a person does not have a valid proof of vaccination or recovery, he/she will need to present an evidence of a negative result from a RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival and to self-quarantine for 14 days. If a negative result from a RT-PCR test taken from day 5 onwards after arrival into Ireland is received, a person will be able to leave quarantine.
Children between the ages of 12 and 17 are required to have a negative RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival, unless they have a valid proof of vaccination or recovery. Children of any age, travelling with accompanying vaccinated or recovered adults will not be required to self-quarantine post arrival. However, if one accompanying adult needs to self-quarantine, then all children must also self-quarantine.
All passengers must fill out a Passenger Locator Form when entering Ireland (https://cvd19plf-prod1.powerappsportals.com/en-us/).

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

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter and transit through Italy. Entry is allowed with a negative PCR or antigen test done up to 72 hours before entering Italy and digital  “Passenger Locator Form”.
Upon arrival, home self-isolation for 5 days is mandatory and after its completion another PCR or antigen test has to be done.
The abovementioned measures do not apply for transit (allowed up to 36 hours) or in cases of stay of up to 120 hours for business, health and urgent reasons, as well as in other cases that may be found at the link below: https://www.esteri.it/mae/resource/doc/2021/04/normativa_documento_defi…
A personal statement in English can be found at the link: https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNu…

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

Foreign citizens must present a negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours from the moment of taking the swab, in order to enter Kyrgyzstan.
Following categories are exempt from such obligations:
1.      Members of official foreign delegations and international organizations that are travelling at the invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan
2.      Airplane crew
3.      Minors under the age of 5
4.      international observers of the election process
In case a PCR test is, for valid reasons, older than 72 hours (e.g. delay of flight), travelers are obliged to perform another PCR testing upon arrival to Kyrgyzstan, as well as fill in a questionnaire.
All above mentioned conditions apply even for travelers in transit.

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 may enter Latvia, they must present a negative coronavirus-test result issued no more than 72 hours prior to arrival. All persons are obliged to fill in an electronic questionnaire via following website www.covidpass.lv , at least 48 hours prior to crossing the Latvian border, which will contain the information about negative COVID-19-test results and travelers will need to present the obtained QR code at the border crossing (confirmation of having registered through the website).
The test is not mandatory for children under 12 years of age and for persons who provide evidence that they have received a required dose of vaccine (EU Covid-19 certificate). 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.
Drivers of a cargo or passenger vehicle, when crossing the land border at the checkpoints “Grebneva”, “Terekhova”, “Paternieki” or “Silene”, need to present a valid European Union Covid-19 certificate form of vaccination, testing or past illness. If they do not present such certificate, than they are obliged to:
• Immediately conduct a test for Covid-19 at checkpoint at their own expense;
• State Border Guard gives permission to the person to enter Latvia if the result of the test for Covid-19 is negative;
• If a person refuses to test for Covid-19, or if the test result for Covid-19 is positive, the Emergency Medical Service immediately delivers the driver of a cargo or passenger vehicle to one of the tourist accommodation facilities indicated in the list of tourist accommodation;
• If the driver of a cargo or passenger vehicle is obliged to maintain in isolation at a tourist accommodation facility, the carrier is responsible for resolving issues arising from the isolation of its employee.

LEBANON

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Lebanon.  It is necessary to present a negative PCR- test result, issued no more than 96 hours prior to 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 a PCR test, vaccinated persons should present a proof of receiving the second dose of vaccine against  COVID-19 at least 15 days prior to entering Lebanon.
Before taking a trip, it is necessary to register via the following link: https://covid.pcm.gov.lb.  Additional information may be found on the website of the Ministry of Health https://moph.gov.lb/en/MoPHPASS.

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

Entry conditions for Liechtenstein can be found under entry regime into Switzerland, since the entry regimes are identical.

LITHUANIA

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Lithuania, provided they hold a Green certificate stating that at least 14 days have passed since they been fully vaccinated with one of the vaccines approved for use in EU (Pfizer-BioNTech,  Moderna-Biotech Spain,  AstraZeneca AB,  Janssen-Cilag International).
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia that have been vaccinated with a vaccine that is not accepted in Lithuania or not vaccinated at all, are allowed to enter with a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours or an Antigen test not older than 48 hours prior to arrival (issued in English language).
Person who does not provide any of the aforementioned documents is subjected to a 10-day quarantine. Quarantine can be shortened only after 7 days in self-isolation, when a PCR test is performed.
All travelers, no matter the mean of transport or point of entry into Lithuania, need to fill in a form via following website https://keleiviams.nvsc.lt/en/form at least 48 hours prior to entry. After filling in the form, travelers will receive a QR code that has to be presented to the Lithuanian border control. The form also needs to be filled out in case of transit through Lithuania.
More information can be found via following link https://lrv.lt/en/https://sam.lrv.lt/en/ or https://koronastop.lrv.lt/en/
All passengers are recommended to additionally have with them an invitation letter of a Lithuanian legal or natural person or some other document (certificate of kinship with a Lithuanian citizen, certificate of education, medical treatment, sports competition, etc. ) as a proof of a justified reason to travel to Lithuania.

LUXEMBOURG

Citizens of Serbia may enter Luxemburg in line with general travel conditions. If traveling by plane, prior to boarding it is necessary to present a proof of complete immunization with a vaccine approved by the EMA (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), or proof of recovery from Covid-19 within the last 6 months, or negative PCR, TMA, LAMP test (not older than 72 hours) or rapid antigen test (not older than 48 hours). Test result must be translated into one of the official languages in Luxembourg or into English. Transit is allowed without a test.

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 enter Malta if they possess one of the following documents:

  • A valid vaccination certificate recognized by the Superintendent of Public Health (recognized vaccine certificates include: Official Maltese vaccination certificate; EU Digital COVID vaccination certificate, United Kingdom „NHS COVID Pass“, UAE vaccine certificate, Turkish Vaccine certificate, United States CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, Serbian “Digital Green Certificate” with a readable QR Code, Gibraltar, Jersey and Guernsey  vaccination certificate)​ for a full course of vaccination (2 doses or 1 dose of a single dose vaccine), with 14 days after the last dose (approved vaccines are: Pfizer, Jannsen [Johnson & Johnson], Moderna and AstraZeneca). Children between ages of five (5) and eleven (11) years (both ages included) accompanying vaccinated guardian/s must be in possession of a negative RT-PCR result performed no longer that 72 hours before arrival into Malta (children under the age of 5 do not need a test).
  • A negative PCR test not older than 72 hours on arrival, with a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a hotel, designated for such purpose by the Republic of Malta, at the traveler’s expense (100 euros a night, breakfast included), in accordance with the following protocol: Standards for quarantine for unvaccinated travellers entering Malta_Version 2_18Jul21.pdf (gov.mt)

Children of ages 12 to 15 who have a permanent residence in Malta may spend quarantine in home self-isolation, other residents of Malta may apply to undergo quarantine at an alternative address, in which case they need to submit an online application to the Superintendent of Public Health (link: Form for unvaccinated residents requesting quarantine at a different address (office.com)).
All passengers are required to present a Public Health Travel Declaration and Passenger Locator Form (PLF) or the Digital Passenger Locator Form, accessed from https://app.euplf.eu . The forms should be completed prior to departure.​​
More information can be found at the following link https://deputyprimeminister.gov.mt/en/health-promotion/covid-19/Pages/t…

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 with an electronic Covid 19 vaccination certificate (fully vaccinated), issued by a competent Serbian authorities.
Persons who have not been vaccinated are allowed to enter Moldova provided they present a negative PCR test result (in Rumanian, English, French, German, Italian or Russian language), not older than 72 hours (since collecting a sample) or rapid antigen test, not older than 48 hours (since collecting a sample).
Entry into the Republic of Moldova is also allowed for those with a medical certificate proving that they have recovered from Covid 19, under condition that at least 15, and at most 180 days (6 months) have passed since being tested positive for Covid19 or a document which confirms the presence of Covid 19 antibodies, which cannot be older than 90 days from the day of testing.
In case a passenger does not submit a negative PCR test result, he/she will be required to sign a statement committing themselves to adhere to the self-isolation/quarantine measures for 14 days. A quarantine may end if a person submits a negative RT-PCR test or rapid antigen test within 7 days.
These measures do not apply to the following categories of persons: children under the age of 12; pupils and students up to the age of 18; drivers and staff of trucks and passenger vehicles; aircraft / ship crews; persons traveling for health or humanitarian reasons, including persons accompanying them (if they enclose medical documentation); cross-border workers; diplomatic and consular staff; members of international organizations; passengers in transit that cannot last longer than 24 hours from the moment of entering the Republic of Moldova and according to transit routes determined by the border police of R. Moldova.

MONACO

For the Principality of Monaco, entry regime is identical as for France.

MONGOLIA

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Mongolia under condition that they present a negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours (counting from the point of departure). Upon arrival, persons who have not been vaccinated against the Covid 19 will have to stay in quarantine for 7 days. During those 7 days they will be retested. Information on objects designated for quarantine can be found and booked on the following website www.tabinfo.mn . In case a person in quarantine is tested positive for Corona virus, he/she will be transferred to a hospital for further medical care.
Travelers that have arrived to Mongolia 14 days after the vaccination, or those that have earlier been diagnosed with Corona virus infection, and have fully recovered from it, are exempt from mandatory quarantine after they present valid proof of vaccination or recovery from infection.

MONTENEGRO

Citizens of Serbia, as well as foreigners who have permanent or temporary residence in Serbia or have been in Serbia continuously for a period of at least 15 days prior to entry into Montenegro, can enter Montenegro without a test on corona virus or proof of vaccination. It is necessary to respect all health measures in accordance with the health warning which can be found via the following link: https://s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/web.repository/ijzcg-media/files/1611733799-obavjestenje-zdravstveno-upozorenje-ijzcg-25012021.pdf
Details regarding the entry of foreign nationals into Montenegro can be found via the following link https://www.covidodgovor.me/me/putovanja

MOROCCO

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Morocco if they fulfill one of the following criteria:

  • completed vaccination program with one of the following vaccines: AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sputnik, Pfizer, Janssen, Covishield, Moderna, Sinova
  • negative PCR test, not older than 48 hours

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

All foreigners, including citizens of the Republic of Serbia, cannot enter Myanmar. All border crossings are closed and international commercial flights are suspended.

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

Citizans of the Republic of Serbia and other foreign nationals who transited or resided in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Iran, Korea, Italy or elsewhere in Europe, USA or elsewhere in Asia (except Taiwan) in the past 21 days prior to their intended arrival in Nauru are banned from entering the country until further notice.
Other travellers must obtain a entry permit of the competent Nauru authorities. A negative PCR test, not older than 3 days, is mandatory and passengers 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 enter the Netherlands. All travelers aged 12 and older arriving from Serbia are required to present a negative test results or vaccination certificate when traveling to the Netherlands.
Arriving passengers without vaccination certificate must provide a proof of a negative COVID-19 test result, taken no more than 48 hours (PCR test) or 24 hours (antigen test) before departure.
Vaccination certificate will be considered valid only in case that 14 days have passed from the moment of full vaccination.
List of vaccines that are accepted for traveling to the Netherlands can be found on the following link: https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/visiting-the-neth…
More information about traveling to the Netherlands and local epidemiological measures can be found on the following web site: 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 may enter Nicaragua. A negative PCR-test result issued no more than 72 hours earlier is required (for passengers coming from Asia, Africa and Oceania test should not be issued more than 96 hours earlier).
Foreign citizens experiencing a temperature or any other symptom of Covid 19 are not allowed to enter the country, while as the Nicaraguan citizens may enter but must spend time in quarantine, in accordance with an established protocol.
Travelers that present a negative PCR test and do not show any symptom of Covid 19 may move freely through the country, but are monitored (via phone) in next 14 day by an health workers.

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

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter North Macedonia provided they present one of the following documents:

  • a vaccination certificate (fully vaccinated);
  • a recovery certificate (proving that a person has recovered from Covid19 in the past 45 days);
  • a negative PCR test result, taken within 72 hours prior to entry into territory of the Republic of North Macedonia;
  • a negative Antigen rapid test result, taken within 48 hour prior to entry into territory of the Republic of North Macedonia.

Above rules also apply to

leaving the country.

Foreign citizens will be able to transit through North Macedonia (up to 5 hours), with the obligation to fill out the Transit Statement at the border crossing when entering country, which will be submitted at the border crossing when exiting North Macedonia.

NORWAY

Citizens of Serbia may enter Norway only if they are holders of residence permit in Norway or holders of Norwegian citizenship, or if they are arriving to visit close family members. Following are considered as such: spouse, legal partner with whom one has lived with for at least 2 years and/or has children with; children under the age of 18; parents/stepparents if arriving with a minor under the age of 18. Person one is visiting must be registered as a Norwegian citizen in order for entrance into Norway to be approved. More information may be found via following link udi.no
Pre-registration is needed in order to enter Norway, as well as a negative PCR test not older than 24 hours, and another testing upon arrival and a stay in quarantine hotel. First test may be done after third day of stay in quarantine hotel and if the test is negative, remaining 7 days of quarantine may be spent at home or other accommodation. Price of quarantine hotel is 500 NOK per day for adults, 250 NOK for children 10-18 years, and free of charge for children under 10 years. More info may be found via following link fhi.no
Quarantin rule is not in force for those with a valid Norwegian or europeand certificate of complete vaccination or recovery from Covid-19.

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 enter Paraguay. In order to board a flight one must hold a negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours, or an antigen test done within the last 24 hours prior to take off. It is also necessary to have a valid health insurance covering the expenses of Covid-19 treatment, as well as to fill in an electronic health form. A 5-day quarantine is mandatory for all persons without a proof of complete vaccination. All travelers are obliged to test themselves on the 5th day upon arrival.

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 Serbia may enter Peru. A negative PCR or antigen test is needed, not older than 72 hours. It is also required to electronically send in advance a so-called „statement of responsibility“ that the passenger is familiar with all sanitary regulations and procedures in Peru. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory for non-residents. Foreigners cannot enter Peru if they have been in Brasil, India or South Africa within the last 14 days.
Land borders are still under the restrictive regimes of local authorities, which issue special permits. Contact emails for more information are iperu@promperu.gob.pe and perulimaapto@promperu.gob.pe

POLAND

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are not allowed travel to Poland for tourism or private purposes. Entry is allowed only in cases of essential travels such as business trips, education, medical treatments etc. and with valid documentation proving such travel (invitation letter of a Polish company, faculty or hospital).
Citizens of Serbia who are allowed to enter should also have a certificate of vaccinationa which proves that at least two weeks had passed since the fully complited vaccination (with a vaccine which has been approved in EU – Pfiser-BioNTech,  Moderna-Biotech Spain,  AstraZeneca AB,  Janssen-Cilag International).
A medical certificate of recovery is accepted as well, provided it has not passed more than six months prior to arrival to Poland.
Persons who do not have any of the mentioned certificates, must undergo a 10-day quarantine, which can end after taking a PCR test on the 7th day.
Transit is allowed via airport, provided that a passenger has a plane ticket proving that he/she will leave the territory of Poland within 24 hours.

PORTUGAL

Serbian citizens can enter Portugal with a negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours, or with a rapid antigen test (TRAg), not older than 48 hours, which must contain the standard data agreed by the European Union Health Security Committee (more details can be found at the following link: https://www.consuladoportugalparis.org/docs_upl/covid-19_rat_common-list_en.pdf ). Minors under the age of 12 do not need to present a test.  All travelers arriving to Portugal, should fill out the following form before the trip: https://portugalcleanandsafe.pt/en/passenger-locator-card . Passengers in transit are also required to present a test.

QATAR

Citizens of the Republic of Serbian may enter Qatar. Prior registration via website www.ehteraz.gov.qa is required, and all types of visits may be allowed only after a permission is obtained through said site.
Quarantine measures do not apply to passengers that have been fully vaccinated. Following vaccines are approved: “Pfizer”, “Moderna”, “Astra Zeneca”, “Sinofarm” and “Johnson and Johnson”. The validity of the vaccine is 12 months, and that period can be extended in accordance with the decisions of the Qatari authorities.
Persons who have not been vaccinated must undergo a 7-day quarantine in a hotel.
A certificate of recovery is accepted only if Covid 19 infection had taken place in Qatar.
In all cases, a negative PCR test is required before boarding the aircraft for Qatar, which will be repeated on “Hamad” airport (antibodies can also be checked).
The “Ehterazz” application is mandatory. Transit through “Hamad” Airport is allowed.
It is recommended to continuously follow the website of the Ministry of Health of Qatar www.moph.gov.qa due to frequent changes.

ROMANIA

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Romania, provided that they fall under the following categories: persons who have been fully vaccinated, at least 10 days should pass from the recommended dose; persons who have been tested positive for COVID- 19, not more than 180 and not less than 14 days before entering the territory of Romania; children not older than 6 years of age (without a negative PCR test result); children between 6-16 years old (a negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours is mandatory); cross-border workers; students; persons who stay on the territory of Romania for a maximum of 72 hours (upon presenting a negative PCR test); persons transiting the territory of Romania, provided that they leave the territory of Romania within 24 hours.
Others are allowed to enter, with a mandatory measure of self-isolation for 14 days.

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia (regardless of the type of travel documents or regulated stay in Russia) may enter the Russian Federation with a negative PCR test result (in Russian or English language), not older than 72 hours from the date of taking the swab.
If a foreign citizen does not possess a negative PCR test before landing at the airport in Russia, he/she will be automatically deported back to the country of departure.
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Russia by plane, via direct flights from Belgrade to Moscow, or from other countries with which the Russian Federation has renewed direct flights, provided that they have a regulated stay in that country (temporary stay, permanent residence, etc).
Russia has direct flights with following countries:
1.Austria 2. Azerbaijan 3. Belgium 4. Bulgaria 5. United Kingdom 6. Venezuela 7. Vietnam 8. Greece 9. Egypt 10. Ethiopia 11. India 12. Ireland 13. Iceland 14. Italy 15. Japan 16. Armenia 17 .Jordan 18. Kazakhstan 19. Qatar 20. Cyprus 21. Kyrgyzstan 22. Republic of Korea 23. Cuba 24. Lebanon 25. Luxembourg 26. Hungary 27. Maldives 28. Malta 29. Morocco 30. Mauritius 31. Mexico 32. Germany 33. Portugal 34. Saudi Arabia 35. Northern Macedonia 36. USA 37. Seychelles 38. Singapore 39. Syria 40. Tajikistan 41. Turkey 42. United Arab Emirates 43. Uzbekistan 44. Finland 45. Croatia 46. Switzerland 47. Sri Lanka 48. France 49. Czech Republic, Moldovia 51. Bahrein 52. Dominican Republic.
If travelling to Russia from Belgrade, transit through abovementioned countries is not allowed (except for holders of diplomatic and official passports of the Republic of Serbia)
Exiting Russia is possible through mentioned countries in transit, if it is allowed by an operating airline company.
Land borders are closed, except for vehicles with CMR and TIR labels, as well as persons that receive a special permit issued the Russian crises staff.

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 the Sao Tome and Principe with a negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours. Children up to 5 years of age are allowed to enter without PCR test.
It is necessary to have a printed confirmation of the negative PCR test, bearing in mind that the digital version of the test is not accepted.

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 mandatory negative PCR-test result, issued no more than 72 hours and a certificate of complete vaccination with one of the following vaccines: Pfizer BioNTech, Oxford AstraZeneka, Moderna, Johnson&Johnson.
Starting on 25th of august Sinopharm vaccine is accepted, under the condition that a third dose (either AstraZeneca or Phizer) is received in Saudi Arabia.
In order to enter Saudi Arabia one must register the immunization data via following link https://muqeem.sa/#/vaccine-registration/home , at most 72 hours prior to arrival. For registration purposes at least 14 days must pass since receiving the second dose. Confirmation of successful registration is required (SMS message, printed confirmation with registration number, registration confirmation via Muqeem website).
Upon arrival a 7 day quarantine is mandatory. It is also necessary to possess travel health insurance which, among other things, covers hospital costs of Covid-19 treatment.
In case a person is not vaccinated he/she will be places in a designated quarantine hotel (7-day accommodation in of one the hotels from the list given by Ministry of tourism of Saudi Arabia), with additional two PCR tests done when entering and leaving. Quarantine costs are covered with a plane ticket.
All regulations are applied for persons of age 8 and above.
Before arrival, it is mandatory to fill in the form with basic information and install the application Tawakkalna on a mobile phone. The application determines the duration of quarantine, and from August 1, Saudi Arabia will introduce a restriction on access to public spaces for unvaccinated persons, based on the status in the Tawakkalna application. Persons with „immunized“ status (those that have received both doses of the vaccine) will be allowed to enter shopping malls, restaurants, shops, markets, etc. with an application check. Note that if You are vaccinated in Serbia it is recommended to legalize your vaccination certificate, since Saudi Ministry of health may ask for it on random basis.

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 Slovakia. It is necessary to register before entering Slovakia, through the following link: http://korona.gov.sk/ehranica . Persons that have been vaccinated (at least 14 days after the administration of the second dose of a two-dose vaccine and 21 days after the administration of a single-dose vaccine) may enter without restrictions provided they have a certificate of vaccination in Slovak, Czech or English language.
First registration (via http://korona.gov.sk/ehranica) for fully vaccinated persons is valid for the next 6 months.
All unvaccinated persons entering the territory of the Slovak Republic must undergo a 14-day self-isolation, which can be ended by receiving a negative PCR test result, that can be done at earliest on the 5th day of self-isolation.
Persons arriving by airplane also need to fill out the following form: http://www.mindop.sk/covid
Transit through Slovakia is possible for all passengers if they are traveling 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 travelers) require a transit permit, which can be obtained via https://www.minv.sk/?formular-vynimka or email corona.transit@minv.sk (following data is required: name and surname, date of birth, passport number, time and date of entry, border crossing which will be used on entering and leaving the county and an invitation letter). Only designated routes can be used for transit (pages 5 and 6 https://www.uvzsr.sk/docs/uvod/rozcestnik_vyhlaska_hranice_9-7-2021.pdf ).

SLOVENIA

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Slovenia with a negative PCR test provided that no more than 72 hours have passed since the swab was taken, a negative rapid antigen test provided that no more than 48 hours have passed since the swab was taken, a certificate of recovery (a certificate of positive PCR test result, which is more than ten days old, unless a doctor assesses otherwise, but no more than six months old, or a medical certificate confirming that the person has recovered from COVID-19 and that no more than six months have elapsed since the onset of symptoms) or a certificate of vaccination demonstrating that at least seven days have elapsed since receiving the second dose of Pfizer vaccine; at least 14 days have elapsed since receiving the second dose of the COVID-19 Vaccine produced by Moderna, Sputnik V, Johnson&Johnson, Sinovac Biotech, Sinopharm; at least 21 days have elapsed since receiving the first dose of the Vaxzevria (COVID-19 Vaccine) produced by AstraZeneca.
Passengers are required to transit Slovenia within 12 hours from entering and to present a document proving the purpose and goal of transit.
Additional information can be found at the following link: https://www.gov.si/en/topics/coronavirus-disease-covid-19/border-crossi…

SOLOMON ISLANDS

Citizans of the Republic of Serbia, as well as other foreign nationals, are banned from entering the country until further notice.
Persons with a special approval of the competent authorities are exempted from said measure. They are required to present a double negative PCR test (first not older than 14 days and second not older than 3 days). A 14-day quarantne is also madatory.

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 who are traveling with a direct flight may enter Spain just with a QR code, which can be obtained via following link www.spth.gob.es. If they do not have a direct flight and are transiting trough a third country, it is necessary to check transit requirements for said country.

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 enter the Kingdom of Sweden with a negative COVID-19 test result, not older than 48 hours from the time of sampling. Accepted types of test: Antigen test, PCR test, LAMP test or TMA test.
Minors under the age of 18 are not obliged to present COVID-19 test result.

SWITZERLAND

Citizens of Serbia may enter Switzerland.
If they arrive to Switzerland by plane, they need to fill out an entry form from the https://swissplf.admin.ch/home website and also must meet one of the following three conditions:

  1. they have a certificate of recovery from Covid-19 infection (the 11th day from the day of issuing a positive PCR test must be within the last six months);
  2. they have a certificate of complete vaccination with one of the following vaccines: „Pfizer/BioNTech“, „Moderna“, „Johnson&Johnson“, „AstraZeneca“, „Sinopharm“;
  3. they possess a negative PCR test or negative Antigen test.

If they come to Switzerland by bus or train, they must fill out the entry form found on https://swissplf.admin.ch/home website (but only if they do not have a certificate of recovery from Covid-19 infection in the previous six months or proof of complete vaccination with one of the vaccines listed above).
If they come to Switzerland by car, there are no specific COVID-19 entry conditions.

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 with a mandatory negative PCR test result, not older than 72 hours and a 7-day self-isolation. After said period, a new test shall be performed and if the result is negative, the quarantine will be ended.
From the quarantine measures are exempted persons with a vaccination certificate.

TURKEY

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter Turkey. Unless they are coming from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt or Singapore, entry is allowed with a proof of a completed vaccination issued by the competent Serbian authority (at least 14 days should pass from the second dose). A traveler can also enter with a proof that he/she has been infected with Covid-19 and has fully recovered from it within the last 6 months.
If one does not have either of those documents, a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours or rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours is needed to enter Turkey.
Persons under the age of 18, who are accompanied by their parents or legal guardians who have a vaccination certificate, do not need a PCR test.
Persons that have visited Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka,  within the last 14 days, will need to present a negative PCR test upon arrival that has been taken within the last 72 hours and will be assigned a mandatory 14 day quarantine at a designated place chosen by the local authorities.
Those arriving from United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt or Singapore need to present a negative PCR test upon arrival that has been taken within the last 72 hours.
Random PCR tests are perfomed at all border crossings.
Within 72 hours before arriving in Turkey, it is necessary to register electronically via the following link https://register.health.gov.tr/ . During registration, a so-called HES CODE is assigned, which is an electronic form of monitoring the health status of passengers. It is necessary in order to enter all shopping centers, restaurants, government agencies and other facilities in Turkey. All passengers are required to show HES CODE in printed or electronic form when entering Turkey.

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 that they have an insurance policy that covers the costs of treatment for the COVID-19 virus during their stay in Ukraine (the policy can be purchased on the website https://visitukraine.today/) and vaccination certificate (Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Sinopharm, Sinovac) or a negative PCR test or rapid antigen test, not older than 72 hours.
Unvaccinated persons are subject to self-isolation for up to 10 days and are obliged to install the “Вдома” application. Self-isolation begins 72 hours after entering Ukraine and during that time they will be able to do a PCR or a rapid antigen test in Ukraine, after which self-isolation is not necessary.
Children under the age of 12 must only have an insurance policy.
Unvaccinated citizens traveling from Russia or India (including transit) and who have been on their territory for more than 7 days in the last 14 days must spend 14 days in self-isolation without the possibility of terminating it.

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia may enter the United Arab Emirates. A negative PCR test result, not older than 48 hours, is required. Republic of Serbia and UAE have an Agreement on mutual recognition of vaccination certificates, on which basis persons with a vaccination certificate, along with a PCR test, are exempted from a mandatory quarantine.
To enter Dubai citizens of Serbia have an opportunity to present a negative PCR test done in Serbia, or to be tested at the Dubai airport. The result is received within one to two days on a mobile phone, until then self-isolation is mandatory.
To enter Abu Dhabi it is necessary to present a negative PCR test result, and upon landing at the airport one more test shall be done. Passengers from countries on the green list, with a negative result, are exempted from a mandatory quarantine. Travelers from other countries must undergo a 10-day quarantine and wear a GPS bracelet. For those who are planning to 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. List of „green countries“ can be found at the following link:     https://visitabudhabi.ae/en/plan-your-trip/covid-safe-travel/permitted-countries
All travelers coming to UAE are required to download the „Al Hosn“ app.
In Abu Dhabi it is possible to enter hotels, restaurants, markets, etc. only with a „green status“ on „Al Hosn“ app. Tourists arriving to Abu Dhabi receive a unique number (UID) which is required in order to install „Al Hosn“ app.
We recommend that the app is installed immediately upon arrival in order to check all the data, since errors in the app are possible and later on are difficult to change.
A negative PCR test result is necessary and allows a „green status“ as follows:
1. Vaccinated (at least 28 days have passed since receiving the second dose) – negative PCR allows green status for 30 days
2. Vaccinated (less than 28 days have passed since receiving the second dose) – negative PCR allows green status for 14 days
3. Vaccinated (received first dose but waiting for second dose) – negative PCR allows green status for 7 days
4. Vaccinated (received first dose but waiting for second dose for more than 42 days) – negative PCR allows green status for 3 days
5. Exempt from vaccination according to the regulations of the Abu Dhabi health department – negative PCR allows green status for 7 days
6. Unvaccinated – negative PCR allows green status for 3 days
From 21st of June all measures will include Dubai.
UAE is specific since there is a control checkpoint between Abu Dhabi and Dubai that can be passed only with a negative PCR or DPI test. Also all residents and non-residents of UAE that arrive via Dubai airport and continue to Abu Dhabi by land, will receive a bracelet through which a mandatory self-isolation is monitored for 10 days (vaccinated citizens of Serbia are exempt from such measures).
More information regarding entry into Abu Dhabi can be found via the following link https://visitabudhabi.ae/en/plan-your-trip/covid-safe-travel

UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHER IRELAND

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, which is currently on the “Amber” list of countries, can enter and transit through the United Kingdom, provided they have a valid visa.
Persons who have not been fully vaccinated in England, if coming from Serbia, to enter they will need:

Upon arrival in England, a 10-day quarantine at home or in the place of staying is mandatory (more details https://www.gov.uk/guidance/how-to-quarantine-when-you-arrive-in-england), as well as pre-booked testing on day 2 and 8.
It is possible to end quarantine earlier if a private COVID-19 test is taken on day 5 in one of the laboratories from the list Providers of Test-to-release Kits – GOV.UK (find-travel-test-provider.service.gov.uk) provided that the result is negative (and the result of your day 2 test was negative or inconclusive).
Children aged 4 and under do not need to take the day 2 or day 8 test.
More information on entering and staying in England can be found at the following link https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering….

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, coming on a direct flight or by rail, may enter the Republic of Uzbekistan with a negative PCR test result (in Russian or English language), issued within previous 72 hours. Children up to 2 years of age are not required to undergo PCR testing.
The list of laboratories and medical institutions in Uzbekistan that are approved for PCR testing is indicated at the following link: http://www.sanepid.uz/.
Individuals arriving by vehicle via border checkpoints are allowed to enter Uzbekistan provided they present a negative result for coronavirus infection, which will be obtained at their own expense by a rapid testing in special clinics or laboratories operating at border checkpoints.
People travelling or arriving from any “Red” or “Yellow” category countries are subject to a mandatory period of 14 days self-isolation in a home quarantine at the place of residence or in a hotel.
Persons that are coming from a “Green” category countries will not be subject to any quarantine or self-isolation measures unless they display symptoms on arrival.
General entry requirements for tourist from “Red” or “Yellow” category countries are displayed at state border crossings, airports and train stations.

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.

(updated on 1 September 2021.)