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Information for travelers on respiratory infections caused by novel coronavirus

LATEST NEWS- 14.03.2020.

The government of the Republic of Serbia today adopted further measures aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus in our country.

In order to protect against the introduction of infectious diseases in the territory of Serbia, foreign nationals coming from the Republic of France, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Slovenia, the Republic of Austria, the Kingdom of Spain, the Republic of Greece and the Swiss Confederation will be temporarily prohibited or restricted entry and movement.

The temporary ban on entry into Serbia remains for foreign nationals who have resided in the People's Republic of China, the Republic of Korea, and this applies exclusively to persons who have resided in the Hubei Province, People's Republic of China, the city of Daegu, and the North Gyeongsang Province of the Republic of Korea.

The ban on temporary entry into Serbia for foreign nationals who have resided in Italy, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Romania also remains in force.

Members of the government adopted a Decision temporarily prohibiting the export of basic foodstuffs and hygiene products.

Information for travelers on respiratory infections caused by novel coronavirus
(2019-nCoV)


 

Dear madam/sir,

As you may be already informed, there’s an outbreak of respiratory infections caused by novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in China. Over the course of several weeks the infection has been confirmed in hundreds of persons, and it is suspected that there are several thousand of persons with unrecognized infections. The disease has been confirmed in more than 20 provinces in China, as well as in some other countries in persons who were traveling from the city of Wuhan where the outbreak started. So far, lethal outcome of the infection was registered in about 4% of confirmed cases.

Given the fact that it is a new virus, and that epidemiological and clinical characteristics of the disease still need to be investigated, the World Health Organization recommends full implementation of containment measures in the focus of the outbreak, as well as implementation of measures to prevent spread of infection to other countries.

If you were in China, you may have been exposed to a risk of infection by the novel coronavirus.

We kindly ask you

–   if you have been traveling to the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province, or

– if you were in contact with persons affected by respiratory infection caused by the novel coronavirus, or by an unknown pathogen, or

– if you have been visiting health institutions where cases of infections caused by the novel coronavirus may have been treated, or

– if you have been visiting markets for trade of live or dead wild or domestic animals,

in order to prevent transmission of the infection, but also to protect your health, please take following measures:

– reduce contacts with other people in your household, work place or in public places in the next 14 days,

– if you notice symptoms of a respiratory infection (fever, sneezing, cough, runny nose, difficult breathing or other), put a mask on your mouth and nose, increase hand hygiene (wash your hands with warm water and soap frequently), avoid contacts with other persons, use a tissue when sneezing or coughing, and make a phone call to responsible epidemiologist of an institute of public health responsible for the territory you’re living in (the list is provided at the end of this document). The epidemiologist will give you instructions for further procedures. We kindly ask you to follow these instructions completely.

We thank you in advance for your responsible behavior in interest of your own health, but also in interest of health of all citizens of the Republic of Serbia.

Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia

Institute of Public Health of Serbia “Dr Milan Jovanovic Batut”

For emergency situation for all travelers who are coming from Wuhan region and other regions from China where Novel coronavirus is detected, if they have some respiratory symptoms and fever, please contact phone number 064 8945 235 opened by Ministry of Health

– if you were in contact with persons affected by respiratory infection caused by the novel coronavirus, or by an unknown pathogen, or

– if you have been visiting health institutions where cases of infections caused by the novel coronavirus may have been treated, or

– if you have been visiting markets for trade of live or dead wild or domestic animals,

in order to prevent transmission of the infection, but also to protect your health, please take following measures:

– reduce contacts with other people in your household, work place or in public places in the next 14 days,

– if you notice symptoms of a respiratory infection (fever, sneezing, cough, runny nose, difficult breathing or other), put a mask on your mouth and nose, increase hand hygiene (wash your hands with warm water and soap frequently), avoid contacts with other persons, use a tissue when sneezing or coughing, and make a phone call to responsible epidemiologist of an institute of public health responsible for the territory you’re living in (the list is provided at the end of this document). The epidemiologist will give you instructions for further procedures. We kindly ask you to follow these instructions completely.

We thank you in advance for your responsible behavior in interest of your own health, but also in interest of health of all citizens of the Republic of Serbia.

Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia

Institute of Public Health of Serbia “Dr Milan Jovanovic Batut”

For emergency situation for all travelers who are coming from Wuhan region and other regions from China where Novel coronavirus is detected, if they have some respiratory symptoms and fever, please contact phone number 064 8945 235 opened by Ministry of Health


 
 
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Тhe Decision on visa free entry to the Republic of Serbia

At its meeting of 18 June 2015, the Government of the Republic of Serbia adopted the Decision on visa free entry to the Republic of Serbia for citizens of Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain. 
The above mentioned categories of foreign nationals - holders of all travel documents except emergency travel documents and other documents issued in accordance with International Conventions, may, if there are no obstacles according to Article 11 of the Law on Foreigners, without prior visa application, enter and stay in the Republic of Serbia up to 90 days during a six-month period.

This Decision shall enter into force on 30 June 2015.


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