Romania's yellow list was updated - April 22, 2021. Germany, Greece, Maldives, Switzerland and many other countries entered the yellow list

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The National Committee for Emergency Situations periodically updates the list of countries / areas / territories of high epidemiological risk for which the quarantine measure is established on the persons arriving in Romania from them.

Romania's yellow list has been updated

Romania's latest yellow list was updated on April 22, 2021, according to Decision 23. According to the list, they entered Greece, Qatar, Maldives, Peru, Paraguay, Lithuania, Argentina, Czech Republic, Colombia, Latvia, Mongolia, Iran, Oman, Maldives, Germany, Canada, Switzerland, Georgia, Azerbaijan, United States and Costa Rica. Countries and regions such as Republic of Moldova, Monaco, Isle of Man they will turn green.

Passengers traveling to Romania from the countries on the yellow list must present a Covid-19 negative PCR test upon boarding. In Romania they will be quarantined. Obviously, all this if I am no exception to these measures. People completely vaccinated, with both doses as appropriate and 10 days after the booster, can travel without restrictions to Romania.

Except for quarantine

We remind you that there are several exceptions to the quarantine measure for people arriving from these states. Thus, no quarantine will be established if you arrive in Romania from these areas:

  • have been vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 virus, including the second dose, and at least 2 days have elapsed from its date until the date of entry into Romania;
  • have been confirmed positive for SARS-CoV-2 virus infection in the last 90 days prior to entry into the country, as evidenced by medical documents (eg positive RT-PCR test at the date of diagnosis, hospital discharge ticket or test proving the presence of IgG-type antibodies performed with a maximum of 14 days prior to entry into the country) and at least 14 days have elapsed from the date of confirmation to the date of entry into the country;
  • remain in the national territory for a period of less than 3 days (72 hours) and present a negative test for SARS-CoV-2, performed no later than 72 hours before entering the national territory.

Romania updates the yellow list in accordance with the epidemiological indices issued by ECDC (European Center for Disease Prevention and Control). The list will also be published on INSP official website. The current list will enter into force 24 hours after its approval by CNSU.

To avoid questions, the countries Turkey, Bulgaria, Italy remain on the yellow list, which means that a PCR test is needed to travel to Romania, plus quarantine in the country, if you do not enter the exceptions. The United Kingdom and Spain remain in the green zone, which means that no PCR test is required to travel to Romania.

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