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Current Restrictive Measures in Romania

Romania’s new restrictions for preventing and limiting COVID-19 infections came into force on Monday, October 25, 2021, at 00:00, being adopted by the Government.

Wearing a face mask has again become mandatory everywhere, in all public spaces. Private events are prohibited. Sports competitions are to be organized without spectators and the night quarantine is reintroduced in the country.

With the green certificate, an online document issued to those vaccinated or who can prove they have recovered from the disease or who have been tested and have a negative result, you can get rid of most of the restrictions imposed by the National Committee for Emergency Situations.

What restrictions are imposed in Romania?

The protective mask becomes mandatory throughout the country

It must also be worn in such a way as to cover the nose and mouth. It is mandatory in all public spaces (shops, malls, restaurants, terraces, etc.), at work, in public transport.

This restriction doesn’t apply to children under 5 years of age, people who perform physical activities, those who work alone in the office, representatives of religious denominations, during services, provided that the distance of 3 meters between people is observed.

Private events are forbidden, clubs, bars and discos are closed

This prohibition does not apply to vaccinated holders of green certificates. Unvaccinated people do not have the opportunity to go to private events such as weddings, baptisms, banquets, parties, etc. Access to cinemas, gyms or playgrounds remains only for those vaccinated.

Night quarantine between 22:00 and 05:00

There are few exceptions:

  1. Travel in the professional interest, including between home / household and the place / places where the professional activity takes place and back.
  2. Travel for medical assistance that cannot be postponed or made remotely, as well as for the purchase of medicines;
  3. Travel outside the localities of persons who are in transit or make journeys whose time interval overlaps with the period of prohibition, such as those made by plane, train, coach or other means of passenger transport, and which can be proved by ticket or any other way to pay for the trip;
  4. Moving for justified reasons, such as caring for / accompanying the child, assisting the elderly, sick or disabled or the death of a family member;

Accommodations are available only for the vaccinated people

Only vaccinated people or those who had COVID-19 can stay at hotels in Romania for the next 30 days.
The president informed us that the more Romanians get vaccinated, the faster Romania will get rid of the pandemic.

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