Ban on Entry in Bulgaria of Certain Nationals of EU, Schengen Agreement Countries Lifted
May 22 (BTA) - The ban on entry in Bulgaria of certain nationals of EU member states and of Schengent Agreement countries (including San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican) has been lifted as of May 22, the Health Ministry said in a press release.
The ban is lifted for the following categories of people: medical specialists, medical researchers, employees involved in the delivery of medicines, transport personnel involved in international carriage of passengers and goods, foreign officials, people travelling for humanitarian purposes, representatives of trade, economic and investment businesses, seasonal farm workers and hospitality workers, border staff.
The 14-day quarantine upon entering Bulgaria is lifted in respect of several categories of Bulgarian and EU nationals, including people travelling for humanitarian purposes and representatives of trade, economic and investment businesses.
The 14-day quarantine upon entering Bulgaria is lifted in respect of the following categories of people, irrespective of their nationality: medical specialists, employees involved in the delivery of medicines, foreign officials, border staff, drivers of buses performing international carriage of passengers, and drivers of trucks performing or ending international carriage of goods.
The 14-day quarantine upon entering Bulgaria is lifted in respect of members of the families of Bulgarian nationals, and in respect of people who are in cohabitation with a Bulgarian nationals where the duration of their stay in Bulgaria is up to seven days.
All other persons entering Bulgaria are subject to a 14-day quarantine in the home or place of accommodation indicated by the person.
The full text of the order of the Health Minister in the Bulgarian language can be accessed on the website of the Health Ministry. RY/ZH