The Administrative Center for the Covid19 Situation (CCSA) announced yesterday that all arrivals from abroad must complete their mandatory 14-day quarantine regardless of their vaccination status or nationality.
The CCSA stated that the mandatory 14-day quarantine will also apply to anyone holding an entry certificate (COE) issued on or after May 1.
Travellers holding a COE issued before May 1 and arriving before May 6 will be quarantined for seven to ten days, depending on their vaccination status. People arriving after May 6 will be quarantined for 14 days.
Travellers checking into alternate state quarantine stations must remain in their room at all times. They are not allowed to use the facilities offered by the hotel and must undergo three Covid tests during the quarantine period.