Romania has updated the list of epidemiological risk: red, yellow, green! (July 15)
On July 15, Romania updated red list, together with yellow list and the green one. Spain, the Netherlands and Portugal have entered the red list! Under the new law, Romania no longer requires the mandatory presentation of a negative PCR test on board. All those traveling in the red zone will be quarantined if they are not completely vaccinated.
List with the classification of countries / territories according to the cumulative incidence rate, according to Decision no. 46 of 15.07.2021 of the National Committee for Emergency Situations.
The list provided above enters into force starting with 18.07.2021, at 00:00!
If you travel from the red zone (eg Spain, Great Britain, etc.) to Romania, you will be quarantined for 14 days, having the possibility to shorten the quarantine if you test on the 8th day. The PCR test does not help you avoid quarantine, but it does allow you to travel. However, if you are vaccinated, you can be exempted from quarantine.
If you are traveling from the yellow zone (eg Greece, etc.) to Romania, you must present to the carrier the proof of performing a PCR test, with a negative result, performed at most 72 hours before boarding, to avoid quarantine. If you are vaccinated, testing and quarantine are no longer required.
You can travel from the green area (eg Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Turkey, etc.) to Romania without restrictions and without tests, so you do not need to present any documents (other than travel) before boarding.
Passengers with the European digital certificate COVID I no longer go through the DSP control from Henri Coandă - Otopeni airport!
The classification of countries / territories of epidemiological risk, according to the cumulative incidence rate at 14 days, is performed in 3 categories as follows:
- Green area - where the cumulative incidence rate of new cases of illness in the last 14 days per 1.000 inhabitants is less than or equal to 1,5;
- Yellow Zone - where the cumulative incidence rate of new cases of illness in the last 14 days per 1.000 inhabitants is between 1,5 and 3 per 1.000 inhabitants;
- The Red Zone - where the cumulative incidence rate of new cases of illness in the last 14 days in relation to 1.000 inhabitants is greater than or equal to 3 per 1000 inhabitants.