Romania's yellow list was updated on February 4, 2021. The Maldives entered the yellow list.
Update, February 4, 22:00 p.m.: Decision no. 7, which comes to complete Art. 2 of Decision no. 6.
The National Committee for Emergency Situations adopted in today's meeting, February 4, 2021, Decision number 6. This decision updated the list of countries and areas of epidemiological risk for which the quarantine measure is established on persons arriving in Romania.
Romania's yellow list
List of countries / areas / territories with high epidemiological risk, according to Decision no. 6 of 04.02.2021 of the National Committee for Emergency Situations.
* (data published by ECDC on Thursday, February 4, 2021 for the period January 18 - 31, 2021)
Art.1 - The list of countries / areas / territories with high epidemiological risk for which the quarantine measure is established on the persons arriving in Romania from them, provided in annex no. 1
Upon entering Romania, the persons arriving from the countries / areas / territories with high epidemiological risk provided in art. 1, have the obligation to present the certificate of a negative RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2, performed at most 72 hours before the date of entry into the country.
(2) For the persons provided in par. (1), with the exception of those arriving from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the exceptions to the quarantine measures approved by the Decision of the National Committee for Emergency Situations no. 36 of 21.07.2020 with subsequent amendments and completions.
3. Exemptions from quarantine measures approved by decisions of the Committee shall apply to persons arriving from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. National Agency for Emergency Situations no. 1 of 03.01.2021, no. 3 of 11.01.2021 and no. 4 from 18.01.2021.
Among the countries added to the yellow list we find: Maldives, Lebanon, Dominican Republic, Russia, Belarus, Belgium, Tunisia.