Source: eKapija | Wednesday, 16.12.2020.| 09:19
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Entry Into Serbia Only With Negative PCR Test from December 20 – Price of Testing Increases for Both Foreign and Local Citizens

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On December 15, the government of the Republic of Serbia adopted new measures proposed by the COVID-19 crisis response team at yesterday's session, which will take effect on Sunday, 20 December. The new measures refer to the entry of both domestic and foreign citizens into our country, the government announced.

Entry into Serbia will be allowed only with a negative PCR test, not older than 48 hours. Citizens of Serbia who do not have a negative PCR test must be in home isolation for 10 days. They can be tested in Serbia and if their PCR test is negative, they will no longer be required to be in home isolation.

The price of testing on personal request for foreign citizens from now on is RSD 18,000, while for citizens of Serbia the price is unchanged until the end of the year and it is RSD 6,000. From 1 January 2021, the price of testing on personal request for domestic citizens will be RSD 9,000.

The government of Serbia appeals to all citizens who want to be tested on a personal request to schedule testing exclusively electronically.

Citizens, foreign citizens with approved residence in our country, as well as foreign citizens without approved residence (tourists), can easily and quickly schedule an appointment in one of 26 laboratories in 23 cities and municipalities in Serbia at eGovernment -
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