Bulgaria opens borders for tourists from seven SEE countries with negative PCR tests

Bulgaria opens borders for tourists from seven SEE countries with negative PCR tests

Tourists arriving from seven countries in Southeast Europe (SEE) are allowed to enter Bulgaria's territory as of Tuesday if they provide a negative PCR test done 72 hours prior to their entry, Bulgaria's health ministry said. The countries for whose nationals entry restrictions are being eased are North Macedonia, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Moldova, the ministry said in a statement on Monday. Tourists from Israel, Kuwait and Ukraine will also have to provide a negative PCR test to enter Bulgaria. By Tuesday, Bulgaria has reported 10,621 coronavirus cases, 5,585 recoveries and 347 coronavirus-related deaths.

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