Testing for COVID-19 will be available free of charge for some parts of the population, according to a decision by the Serbian government. Those who do not belong to these social groups and wish to take the PCR test upon request and at the price of 6,000 dinars (approximately 51 euros), will be able to do so.
According to the decision, students and underage Serbian citizens will be able to be tested for free when they want to travel abroad or come out of isolation.
“Students and anyone under the age of 18 will be able to take the test for free to come out of self-isolation or in the event that they wish to travel abroad, and a negative PCR test is required. They can be tested at any health center, institute, or public health institute. All other tests, at their request, will cost 6,000 dinars and can be conducted in any of the aforementioned health institutions”, government sources report. /ibna