Starting tomorrow, Serbians can enter one more country with negative PCR test
Serbia, which was in the third category, has now been moved to the second category of countries with reduced risk
Starting on September 24, Serbian citizens will be able to enter the territory of Cyprus if they have a negative PCR test that is not older than 72 hours, the Cypriot authorities have announced. This has also been published on the website of the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Certain categories of persons can have the test done upon arrival in Cyprus (at their own expense).
These are Cypriot citizens, their spouses from other countries and their minor children; persons who have regulated stay in Cyprus; persons holding a special entry permit issued by the Government of Cyprus; and persons coming from a country where it is not possible to do coronavirus testing, said the site of the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The statement added that all passengers must have a Cyprus Flight Pass in order to be allowed to board a plane. All necessary documents can be found and filled out electronically no more than 24 hours before the flight. The fine for not having a Cyprus Flight Pass is 300 euros.
The Cypriot authorities have previously revised their list of safe countries when it comes to Covid 19 and reduced the group of countries whose citizens do not need a negative PCR test to only eight.
Serbia, which was in the third category, has now been moved to the second category of countries with reduced risk, but greater uncertainty compared to group A, said the Ministry of Health of Cyprus.
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