North Macedonia: Airports to reopen on Friday – no testing or isolation required from passengers

North Macedonia: Airports to reopen on Friday – no testing or isolation required from passengers

From June 26, the obligation to submit a negative PCR test and to remain 14 days in self-isolation after entering North Macedonia will be lifted, as the government decided this afternoon.

Based on the recommendations by the Commission on infectious diseases, the government decided today to fully open all borders for the smooth movement of passengers and vehicles on Friday, June 26, without PCR tests attached and without requiring self-isolation or compulsory quarantine.

With the decision issued today, on Friday, June 26, the government will open the gates of the Skopje International Airport and the Ohrid St. Paul the Apostle Airport.

Also from Friday, the ban on organized transport will be lifted, restaurants will be able to serve indoors based on the appropriate work protocols, while gyms will also resume business.

By Friday, June 26, protocols will be drawn up for all these decisions that will be mandatory for all financial institutions and institutions under whose jurisdiction these decisions are, Prime Minister Oliver Spasovski announced. /ibna