Source: Tanjug | Sunday, 30.08.2020.| 11:41
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Slovenia Removes Serbia from Red List, Quarantine Still Mandatory

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Serbia is no longer on the red list of high-risk countries as of Sunday and has been moved to the yellow list, having more than 40 persons infected with coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants.

This means that quarantine is still mandatory for travelers from Serbia, but with numerous exceptions, STA writes.

Croatia remains on the red list, so quarantine is still required for most travelers returning from the country.

There are no changes to the green list of 19 countries considered low-risk countries, most of which are in Europe. The government reached this decision after assessing the epidemiology situation in the countries of the EU, Schengen, the Balkans and Italian regions.

A reassessment of procedures related to Covid-19 on the border and the control points inside the country was carried out as well, after which it was decided for the current rules to remain in effect.
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