Other 9 countries:
🇩🇴 Dominican Republic
No vaccine proof or PCR tests are needed to travel to these countries now.
Following a European trend of relaxing entry requirements for incoming foreigners, Romania is the latest in the European Union (EU) to remove all internal Covid restrictions while also relaxing measures at the border. As reported by local media, holding an active ‘Green Pass‘ will no longer be a prerequisite for entering the country.
The Eastern European nation is becoming an increasingly popular destination lately, with millions headed to Transylvania every year to visit medieval citadels, UNESCO-listed fortified churches, and fairytale castles. It is also famous for being the homeland of Vlad the Impaler, one of the main inspirations behind the myth of Count Dracula.
What Is Changing At Romanian Borders As Of This Week
With the lifting of the Green Pass requirement, entry into Romania has just got a lot easier. As stated on March 9 by Dan Cărbunaru, a government spokesman, holding valid Covid documentation upon crossing the state border will no longer be a requirement for foreign visitors, including American tourists.
Specifically, those who travel to Romania, and who are not in possession of either an updated vaccination certificate, as established by the European Union, a negative test, or a recovery letter attesting to a recent infection are no longer subject to additional restrictions, including the need to quarantine.
The new simplified entry guidelines were enacted on March 9, 2022, on the same day Romania lifted its two-year-long State of Alert. Prior to that date, non-immunized individuals were still allowed to enter but were required to isolate for five days at their preferred address, unless presenting a negative PCR test dated no earlier than 72 hours.
Entering Romania After March 9, 2022:
- No pre-flight test
- No on-arrival or after-arrival test
- No proof of vaccination
- No quarantines
- No countries are banned due to varients or case numbers