People coming from green zone, who present negative test, not to stay in self-isolation in Moldova
10:20 | 19.07.2021 Category: Social
Chisinau, 19 July /MOLDPRES/ - As for the people who cross the state border entering Moldova and who spent the previous 14 consecutive days in one or more states classified as green zone, decision-makers establish the compulsoriness to present a negative result of the PCR test for COVID-19, made by 72 hours before embarkation at the earliest, for people travelling by public transports means or by 72 hours at the earliest before entering Moldova, for the people who travel by their personal transport means, under a 17 July decision by the National Extraordinary Public Health Commission (CNESP).
The confirmation must be presented in one of the following languages: Romanian, English, French, German, Italian or Russian.
Respectively, People who cross the state border entering Moldova and come from countries classified as green zone and have no negative result of the PCR test for COVID-19, will observe a regime of self-isolation of 14 days, by compulsorily filling in an epidemiological card and will sign a declaration on their own responsibility.
According to CNESP, exceptions are established for the following categories of people, if they do not have clinical symptoms of respiratory infection or fever:
It is about people who have an act confirming the anti-Covid-19 vaccination, presented in one of the following languages: Romanian. English, French, German, Italian or Russian. The proof of immunization is valid, if at least 14 days have passed since the finishing of the full scheme of vaccination; children with the age up to 6 years; pupils/students will ages up to 18 years, who are to take exams, to go to study in education units/institutions in Moldova or abroad or who move for activities dealing with the finishing/organization/carrying out of education/participation in international contests or Olympiads, with the presentation of the confirmatory documents, as well as the people accompanying them.
Also, this category includes the minors with ages up to 18 years, accompanied by people possessing a confirmatory act of administering of the anti-COVID-19 vaccine, issued by the Hungarian competent institutions in one of the following languages: Romanian, English, French, German, Italian or Russian. The exception has at its basis the provisions of the agreement reached between Moldova and Hungary.
This category also includes drivers and the staff who serve the vehicles which carry goods and vehicles which carry passengers against payment, which have more than 9 places on chairs, including the driver’s place, the crews and personnel who serve the trains, people who travel for imperative reasons of health or humanitarian ones, including the accompanying person, as case may be (with the presentation of the confirmatory documents); the cross-border employees, people in transit and the ones summoned by a law court, etc.
photo: Border Police