At least 75% of employees in the private sector need to telework and not more than 25 individuals with a physical presence are allowed per private enterprise. ; 10/06/2021: the public sector has started to operate without teleworking. However; teleworking will be continued for some public officials a) in the case that keeping physical distance is not feasible and b) if the public service office decides to keep teleworking.; 30/10/2021 The state and wider public sector; Public Law Organizations and Authorities Local Government operate with the physical presence of all employees and are terminated the distance working arrangements unless the...
03/09/2021 At higher education for up to a maximum of two thirds (2/3) of the capacity of the teaching rooms is required either a negative laboratory test or a rapid antigen detection test for the disease of COVID-19 with sampling completed within 72 hours; or a vaccination certificate for COVID-19 (at least one dose); or a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 disease; valid for six months from the date of their initial positive diagnosis. For up to 100% capacity of the teaching rooms is required either a vaccination certificate for COVID-19 or a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 disease; valid...
30/12/2021 Visits are not allowed in public and private hospitals.; 08/03/2022 Visits to public and private hospitals are allowed only with approval of the Director of that hospital and in compliance with Regulation 79 (1). Visitors are required to demonstrate (a) Certificate of vaccination or recovery; a negative PCR with sampling within 72 hours or a antigen certificate with sampling within 48 hours; or (b) negative PCR certificate with sampling within 48 hours or a certificate of rapid antigen detection with 24 hours sampling performed; and (c) for persons aged 6 to 17 years; negative PCR or rapid antigen detection...
30/12/2021: Visits are not allowed to nursing homes and other closed care facilities hosting the elderly and vulnerable groups; 31/01/2022: Visits in nursing homes and other closed care facilities are allowed to people with vaccination/recovery certificate and a 24-hour negative rapid antigen test. Residents are not allowed to leave the facilities; 03/02/2022: Employees in nursing homes other closed care facilities hosting the elderly and vulnerable groups must demonstrate a 24-hour negative PCR/rapid antigen test or demonstrate vaccination/recovery certificate and a 72-hour negative PCR/rapid antigen test; 21/02/2022: Visits are allowed to persons who have a negative rapid test antigen detection by...
11/04/2022 The use of a face mask is mandatory indoors for all persons aged six years and above.; 15/05/2022The use of a face mask is mandatory indoors for all persons aged 12 years and above.
Since 10 of May; passengers holding a valid vaccination certificate will be able to travel to the Republic of Cyprus without being subject to isolation or test requirement. At the moment only vaccinated people with vaccines approved by EMA; Sputnic V or the Sinopharm (BBIBP COVID-19) vaccine are excluded from the obligation of test and isolation.; 21/05/2021; persons traveling from GREY countries are required to remain in a status of obligatory self-isolation/quarantine for fourteen (14) days or in a status of obligatory self-isolation/quarantine for seven (7) days; provided they undergo another PCR test for Covid-19 on the 7th day; at...
For overseas territories affected by curfew and/or containment measures: completing the digital exceptional travel certificate is mandatory. Regarding air transport to overseas territories; the PCR test within 72 hours before boarding is an obligation. Else an antigen test taken 24 hours before departure is also accepted.
Quarantine Requirement- Unknown where.
Restrictions for entry to Mayotte depending on your vaccination status and your country of departure. You should check the status of your country of departure and relevant restrictions on the French government’s website, and the
local Prefecture’s website (in French) < /a> for details on any remaining local restrictions.
COVID-19 negative certification is required for entering the country.
If you’re unvaccinated, you no longer need a compelling reason for travel or proof of a negative COVID-19 test before travel.
Self-isolation at own accommodation.
You may still face restrictions for entry to St Martin and St Barthélemy depending on your vaccination status and your country of departure. You should check the status of your country of departure and relevant restrictions on the French government’s website , and the local Prefecture’s website (in French) for details on any remaining local restrictions
COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
You are now required to show that you are fully vaccinated to enter Malawi. You must present an electronically verifiable full vaccination certificate and proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test, not older than 72 hours from your time of departure from your country of origin, in order to enter Malawi.
Direct flights from Italy to Spain are banned; 16/03/2020: land border controls. Only Spanish citizens; residents in Spain; cross-border workers and those that can provide documentary evidence; causes of force majeure or an imperative need are allowed into Spain by land borders; 27/06/2020: Prohibition of entry into Spanish ports of cruise-type passenger ships that make international trips and navigate through the waters of the territorial sea in order to enter Spanish ports open to international navigation; 01/07/2020: temporary restriction on non-essential trips from third countries to the EU and other Schengen associated countries; 29/01/2021: temporary control on the internal land...
Visitors to care centres again allowed; though on case-by-case decision of the health staff under consideration of risks and benefits.;03/02/2021: If both the nursing home resident and the visitor have been vaccinated; they can now have physical contact. Vaccinated residents may also have close contact with a limited number of unvaccinated visitors; the same over time. It takes 1-2 weeks after the last dose before the vaccine provides full protection.; 24/02/2021: Vaccinated elderly people living at home may have close physical contact with a limited number of unvaccinated people; and the same over time. They should not be in close...