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Total doses
given
55.5M
People fully
vaccinated
22.5M
% Fully
vaccinated
58.82%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
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Vaccination
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Insurance
Not required
Insurance
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Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Schools/Univercity closure:

22.06.2022

Initially for 2 weeks; then prolonged; before some institutions were closing voluntarily. It is recommended that schools and universities develop distance learning modules.; 6/05/2020: Children of working parents will be able to return to nurseries or kindergartens. The authorities running these institutions can open them; taking into account the guidelines of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate; as well as the Ministry of National Education and the Ministry of Family; Labor; and Social Policy. Due to the epidemiological situation; the leading authority may limit the size of the kindergarten group or limit the number of children under care in nurseries. A local government unit may close all nurseries and kindergartens in its area on the basis of existing general provisions.

20.06.2022

All secondary schools; continuous education and vocational training must follow distant learning. Between 17 and 28 May secondary schools switch to the hybrid education; and will be opened as of 31 May EXCEPTION: As from 30 November 2020 schools of sport profile are allowed to conduct their sport classes.

20.06.2022

Students of secondary schools take classes in a remote form.

05.05.2022

19/10/2020 Red zones: education is conducted only remotely Yellow zones: education could be conducted remotely or in a hybrid form

16.03.2022

Measures for schools - September 2021. The guidelines are linked in the above URLs. The latest link refers to 'Guidelines for the safe functioning of universities and other entities of the higher education'.

15.02.2022

Students of secondary schools take classes in a remote form.

15.02.2022

Students of grades 5-8 of primary schools take classes in a remote form.

21.12.2021

From December 20; 2021; to January 9; 2022; all secondary school students will learn remotely.

21.12.2021

From December 20; 2021; to January 9; 2022; all primary school students will learn remotely.

01.06.2021

Grades 1-3 attend regular stationary learning in classrooms. Grades 4-8 attend distant learning (e-learning). EXCEPTION: As from 30 November 2020 schools of sport profile are allowed to conduct their sport classes.

18.05.2021

All secondary schools; continuous education and vocational training must follow distant learning. Between 17 and 28 May secondary schools switch to the hybrid education; and will be opened as of 31 May EXCEPTION: As from 30 November 2020 schools of sport profile are allowed to conduct their sport classes.

18.05.2021

As of 4 May 2021 schools are open for grades 1-3. Other grades - distant learning; and after 17 May until 28 May switch to hybrid education.

03.05.2021

distance learning for all classes but grades 1-3 where a hybrid learning is allowed

19.04.2021

All Grades (1-8) attend distant or hybrid learning (this implies grades 1-3 back to e-learning). EXCEPTION: As from 30 November 2020 schools of sport profile are allowed to conduct their sport classes.

19.04.2021

All nurseries and preschools closed for general public; only children of healthcare workers remain under the care.

30.03.2021

All Grades (1-8) attend distant or hybrid learning (this implies grades 1-3 back to e-learning). EXCEPTION: As from 30 November 2020 schools of sport profile are allowed to conduct their sport classes.

18.01.2021

Higher education schools closed except for: 1) classes for last graders; 2) classes not suited for remote teaching; 3) individual classes in artistic schools.

18.01.2021

All secondary schools; continuous education and vocational training must follow distant learning. The measure is in force until 29 Nov 2020; and will be re-considered if necessary.

18.01.2021

Schools closed except: consultations teachers and last graders allowed. As of 25/05 a headmaster decides on the conditions of classess F2F or online

18.01.2021

Schools required to close and move to distance learning.

18.01.2021

Grades IV-VIII of primary schools must follow distant learning. Grades I-III attend stationary learning.

18.01.2021

Schools closed except: 1) daycare for 1-3 graders allowed but no lessons; 2) consultations teachers and last grades allowed. As of 25/05 a headmaster decides on the conditions of classess F2F or online

18.01.2021

Schools closure.

18.01.2021

All grades of primary schools must follow distant learning. EXCEPTION: As from 30 November 2020 schools of sport profile are allowed to conduct their sport classes.

18.01.2021

Higher education schools closed

19.11.2020

Initially for 2 weeks; then prolonged; before some institutions were closing voluntarily. It is recommended that schools and universities develop distance learning modules. From 6/05 - Children of working parents will be able to return to nurseries or kindergartens. The authorities running these institutions can open them; taking into account the guidelines of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate; as well as the Ministry of National Education and the Ministry of Family; Labor and Social Policy. Due to the epidemiological situation; the leading authority may limit the size of the kindergarten group or limit the number of children under care in nurseries. A local government unit may close all nurseries and kindergartens in its area on the basis of existing general provisions. During the second phase of the pandemic (October 2020) local authorities may close day care facilities or the management can limit the number of children allowed to attend.

27.10.2020

Schools/Univ. closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 24 October 2020 to 08 November 2020

from 24/10 new rules as for the schools: all pupils from classes IV-VIII of the primary school, all pupils from the secondary schools, students of continuous learning institutions, profesional institutions are moving to the on-line remote schooling Kindergardens and children attending classes I-III go to school as before. Nurseries as before. from 26/10 - on Universities: As for Higher education (universities etc.) the lectures& activities are on-line remote mode. The universities' authorities there can be carried out in a traditional way (phisicaly at university) only activities that due to their specific features can not be done on remote (labs, workshops, professional practices) and the activities foreseen at the last year of the studies of the 1st and 2nd grade and 5 years unified studies. Special rules for student's houses.