Vaccination requirements for international travel

The highest number of confirmed cases since the outbreak of pandemic, 45 people died

In the last 24 hours, 26.292 people were tested for coronavirus in Serbia. There are 251 patients on respirators.
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, 926.269 cases of coronavirus have been registered in Serbia, and 5.601.570 people have been tested.
So far, 8.142 people have died as a result of the infection.
The mortality rate is 0.88.

Minister says Covid pass introduced to restrain epidemic not enforce vaccination

Maribor – Health Minister Janez Poklukar said in an interview with the newspaper Večer that the expansion of the Covid pass requirement had been introduced to put the epidemic under control not to force anyone to get vaccinated. He said hospitals would soon need to restrict access to their services due to rising Covid-19 hospitalisations.

Romania Introduces New Measures for Arrivers from Bulgaria

Romania introduces new restrictive measures for those arriving from Bulgaria.

According to the Bulgarian Embassy in Bucharest, passengers who have not been vaccinated, have not had COVID-19 and do not have a negative PCR test document will be subject to a 14-day quarantine.

Bulgarian citizens will not be quarantined if they meet some of the following conditions:

New Requirements for Bulgarians Traveling to Spain

New requirements for Bulgarians traveling to Spain come into force today. Our compatriots will now have to present a COVID-19 test, a vaccination certificate or a document that they have suffered.

However, the measure does not apply to passengers coming from Northwestern Bulgaria, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.