En De
Total doses
given
16.8M
People fully
vaccinated
8.1M
% Fully
vaccinated
42.42%
Masks
Mask is required in all public indoor, public transport and all outdoor areas
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Other:

22.04.2022

Declaration of state of alert; a release from state of emergency for 30 days. Specific measures and restrictions are to be enforced. The state of alert is prolonged for 30 days; starting with 17/07/2020. The state of alert is prolonged for 30 days starting with 17/08. The state of alert is prolonged for 30 days starting 15 September. The state of alert is prolonged for 30 days starting with 15 October. State of alert prolonged for 30 days - 14 Nov to 13 December 2020. UPDATE: state of alert prolonged for 30 days from 14/12. UPDATE: state of alert prolonged for 30 days from 13 January 2021. UPDATE: state of alert prolonged for 30 days from 12 February 2021. UPDATE: state of alert prolonged for 30 days from 14 March 2021. UPDATE: state of alert prolonged with 30 days from 13 April. UPDATE: state of alert prolonged with 30 days from 13 May. UPDATE: state of alert prolonged with 30 days from 12 June. ; 12/07/2021: state of alert prolonged for 30 days. ; 11/08/2021: state of alert prolonged for 30 days.; 09/03/2022 All restrictions are lifted.;

29.03.2022

Teleworking in the private and public sectors for at least 50% of the employees;; 07/02/2022 It is proposed to maintain the obligation to organize the work program in telework or homework for at least 50% of employees.; 09/03/2022 All restrictions are lifted.;

29.03.2022

Masks are not obligatory at the workplace in closed space for those spaces with up to 5 employees; if they are fully vaccinated with 10d after complete vaccination scheme. No other employees are allowed at the place.; 09/03/2022 All restrictions are repealed.;

29.03.2022

Mandatory rescheduling of the working hours to avoid public transport crowding. Update 13 Nov 2020 - measure reinforced by HG 967.; 09/03/2022 All restrictions are repealed.;

10.11.2021

15/05/2020 All employers; public and private must organise the activity so personnel can telework. If type of activity doesn't allow teleworking; specific measures need to be put in place: wear face masks; triage (remote temperature check) and hand sanitising at the entrance. Offices layout should allow more than 1;5m between people. Companies with more than 50 employees will arrange phased start and end timing of shifts. ; 06/10/2020 All public and private institutions in areas where the 14 days incidence rate is higher than 1;5/ 1000 inhabitants have the obligation to assess if the work can be done by teleworking; and where this is not possible it is recommended that the working hours are staggered. ; 07/11/2020: Update 13; HG 967 November - employers should organise teleworking where possible; if not take measure to limit overcrowding of public transport (sequential groups starting one hour interval). ; 09/06/2021: Update HG 38 from 9/06; the teleworking measure is to be maintained for all those workplaces where this is possible. Where teleworking is not possible; for avoiding crowding of public transport; the employees are organised in groups that will start/ finish the work with at least one hour difference.

06.11.2021

National COVID-19 surveillance procedures published including case definition and criteria for close contacts. 23/03 Update of National COVID-19 surveillance procedures; case definitions; algorithm for case reporting. 10/08 Update of national COVID-19 surveillance procedures; case definitions; testing prioritisation. Update 18/09/2020: updated case definition. Update 19/10: updated case definition.

20.01.2021

Working from home was recommended to public and private employers. As of 15 May the population was encouraged to work from home when possible; but they were allowed to move free within their home place.

20.01.2021

In Romania; local elections will take place on 27/09. The electoral campaign has started on 27/08 and will last until 26/09. During this period of time there are specific physical distancing measures to be observed (min 1m between participants); mass gathering limits (max 50 people indoor; max 2h; max 100 persons for outdoor events with 4m2/person; max 6 people for street activities and max 2 people for door-to-door activities); as well as compulsory mask wearing by the people involved in the campaigning (candidates and their teams) and for the participants. Additionally observational triage and hands disinfection are compulsory.

19.01.2021

Romanian National Institute of Public Health general information about the coronavirus (2019 nCoV) infection. Information is also available on the MoH website.

19.01.2021

MoH Order to approve the plans regarding the application of public health measures in situations of epidemiological risk of infection with SARS-CoV-2 virus; by the county public health directorates and the city of Bucharest; by the National Institute of Health Public; by the hospitals as well as by the ambulance services at county level and the Bucharest-Ilfov Ambulance Service; and general practitioners.