What measures will apply at the border during Catholic Easter? HQ is yet to consider solutions
"I think we will have to take more serious measures, we'll see if it will be testing at the border," said epidemiologist Tiodorovic.
The measures that will be valid at Serbia's borders during the period of Catholic Easter (April 4 - Orthodox Easter will this year be celebrated on May 2) when a large number of Serbian citizens working from abroad are expected to arrive here, will be discussed at the next session of the Crisis HQ, says epidemiologist and member of the Crisis HQ Branislav Tiodorovic.
He told Tanjug that the measures at the border during the holidays are an important topic and that things must be specified during the next meeting.
"I think we will have to take more serious measures, we'll see if it will be testing at the border. As for foreign nationals, there is no dilemma, those coming here must have a negative PCR test no older than 72 hours. We expect a large influx of our citizens who work in Western Europe," he said.
He said that Serbian citizens who work abroad have the constitutionally guaranteed right to always be able to enter their country even without a PCR test.
"It will certainly be a recommendation for our citizens without a PCR test to self-isolate for ten days. To avoid that, they can get tested, and if the test is negative, they can come out of self-isolation the same day. The control will have to be rigorous," he stated.
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