Prime Minister Ana Brnabic announced yesterday, after the session of the Crisis Response Team for the Suppression of Infectious Diseases COVID-19 that from Saturday, October 23, at 10 pm, mandatory covid passes will be introduced to all indoor catering facilities.
As announced on the government’s website, at the press conference, Brnabic explained that this applies to all catering facilities – restaurants, cafés, bars and all similar facilities after 10 pm, so you will not be able to stay indoors without a valid covid pass.
She specified that the covid passes that are introduced do not only include proof of vaccination, but also a PCR test, not older than 72 hours, an antigen test not older than 48 hours and a certificate of coronavirus, not older than seven months.
A covid warden will scan the QR code which shows whether the certificate is valid, the Prime Minister stated and added that the certificate will be able to be shown in paper form or in digital format, via a mobile phone.
According to her, there were problems with photos on covid passes, so they will not have photos, but covid guards and other authorized persons will be able to request a personal document with a photo with a pass, either an ID card or passport or other official document issued by an official body.
Foreigners need a digital EU certificate or a certificate of the country with which Serbia has signed an agreement on the recognition of the certificate, Brnabic pointed out and announced that the government will adopt the decision on the introduction of covid passes the next day (October 21), at the regular session.
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