Exception from the 14-days quarantine all travellers that had taken the vaccine; including the second dose; with at least 10 days before entering Romania or from the direct contact with a confirmed case. Update 4/02/2021: the exception reinforced in Decision 7 from 4/02/2021. Update Decision 9 from 11/02: the exception is reinforced. Decision 24 from 27/04/2021 includes India on the list of yellow zone countries; however none of exceptions from quarantine are applied for travellers traveling from this country; only if they are fully vaccinated; with the last dose received at least 10 days before entering Romania. UPDATE: the exception...
17/03/20: Entry ban for individuals other than citizens from countries in the European Union; European Economic Area; and United Kingdom; long-term residents and people with long-term visa or residence permits; family members of EU and EEA citizens; medical personnel and people responsible for transport of goods for 30 days.
21/10/2021 Students will have to present a 'green certificate' for in-person training at universities. It is up to the academic management to decide whether the training should be conducted in person or from distance. ; 21/02/2022 In addition to the 'green certificate' approach; lectures are allowed at 50% occupancy of the premises; while no more than 50% of the groups can conduct practical or seminar exercises at the same time. ;21/03/2022 The 'green certificate' is no longer requested. The restrictions for occupancy remain valid.
21/10/2021 The 'Green Certificate'; which can be obtained either after full vaccination or infection with SARS-CoV-2 or with a 24-hour rapid and a 72-hour PCR test; is mandatory for all shops with more than 300 square meters; except for grocery stores; banking institutions and pharmacies. ; 01/12/2021 The Green Certificate is requested in all shopping malls; bazaars; and indoor exhibitions. ;21/03/2022 The requirement for the provision of a 'green certificate' is lifted.
Some events (cultural; artistic and entertainment; end of school year festivities; sport competitions) or settings (playgrounds) can be accessed by those people that are within 15 to 90 days after being confirmed with positive SARS-CoV-2 with proven certificate (positive PCR at the date when was diagnosed with SARS-CoV-2 infection; hospital discharge ticket; or positive anti-bodies test done with max 14 days before the activity. The HG 38 from 9/06 is reinforcing exceptions for people that are within 15 to 90 days after being confirmed with positive SARS-CoV-2 with proven certificate to participate in different settings (sport competitions in close/open spaces;...
COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
All travellers to the Maldives must fill in a Traveller Declaration form 72 hours before departure to and return from the Maldives. A PCR test is no longer required to enter Maldives.
As per HG 28 from 14/05/2021; a negative PCR testing is not mandatory anymore at the entry in the country regardless if coming from a country that is on the green; yellow or red zone; however travellers coming from the yellow zone countries do not need to go into 14day quarantine if they have a negative PCR test done with maximum 72h before onboarding (public transport) or entering the country (by using own mean of transport). See art 4; w.; 23/12/2021 Between 10.12.2021 at 00:00 - 08.01.2022 at 24:00; drivers of vehicles with more than 9 seats; including the driver's...
Ministry of Health Order imposing quarantine measures: all persons returning from red areas will be quarantined in specially dedicated facilities and persons returning from yellow areas will self-isolate at home for 14 days. Returning travellers from red or yellow areas. Update 25/08/2020: the quarantine is compulsory for travellers coming from at risk areas; based on a list proposed by the National Institute of Public Health based on ECDC data. Update 6/10: the list of countries in the yellow category updated and applicable from 7 October 2020 (exceptions 14 days quarantine) a) people coming from these countries if staying in Romania...
Masks are mandatory in all open and closed public areas. ; 08/01/2022: Masks are mandatory in open and closed public spaces with some exceptions; but only surgical face masks and FFP2 are allowed (therefore textile face masks are now banned).; 09/03/2022 All restrictions are lifted.;
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.;
Remedial classes with physical presence was allowed in all localities only where the incidence rate for the last 14 days is lower than 6/1000 inhabitants. From 28 April 2021 remedial classes with physical presence are allowed in all schools where no local quarantine is in place.; 13/01/2022: Courses with physical presence at the level of all pre-university / related educational units located in the counties where the occupancy rate at the county level of hospital beds.; 9/03/22: the courses with physical presence will no longer be suspended depending on the number of cases of infections or the degree of occupancy...