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Current Travel Restrictions - Measures against Covid-19


CURRENT TRAVEL RULES FOR EACH COUNTRY SEPERATELY

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Below you can find current informations regarding the protection measures taken against Covid-19, which are applied in the respective countries. These informations are updated regularly. In principle, it is the responsibility of passengers to be informed and to meet the current conditions of entry into the respective countries, depending on entry rules fo the country you intend to tarvel to.

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KOSOVO

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The Kosovar government has adopted new regulations for people entering Kosovo with immediate effect:

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  • Entrants from countries such as Germany that are classified by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) as a "High Risk Country (risk area)" must present a current negative PCR test (sampling max. 72 hours before entry) upon entry. Travelers from risk areas who enter the country without submitting a negative test may be refused entry.
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  • Kosovar citizens who enter Kosovo without submitting a negative test are obliged to go directly to home quarantine for a period of seven days immediately after entering the country. This does not apply to Kosovar citizens who have left Kosovo in the last 24 hours.
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  • Entrants will be medically examined.
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Sweeden

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From 06.02.2021 The Government of Sweden has decided that all passengers (Foreign nationals - not Swedish) are required to submit a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours. This does not apply to persons like the following:

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1. Children under 18 years of age

2. Swedish citizens and those living in Sweden and having a Swedish residence permit

3. Persons working in the Transport sector.

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All the others (foreign) passengers will not be allowed to enter Sweden without a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours.

 

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For more informations you can click the links below where you can find official information also in Swedish

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https://www.government.se/government-of-sweden/ministry-for-foreign-affairs/

https://www.krisinformation.se/en/hazards-and-risks/disasters-and-incidents/2020/official-information-on-the-new-coronavirus/visiting-sweden-during-the-covid-19-pandemic

https://polisen.se/en/the-swedish-police/the-coronavirus-and-the-swedish-police/travel-to-and-from-sweden/

 

Göteborg Landvetter Airport (GOT) - https://www.swedavia.com/landvetter/#gref

Malmö Airport (MMX) - https://www.swedavia.com/malmo/

 

 

GERMANY

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For entry into Germany, in connection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the infectious disease Covid-19 extended regulations apply. Since January 14, 2021, the Robert Koch Institute divides the risk areas into three risk levels, for which different obligations apply:

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  • Level 1 - high-risk areas
  • Level 2 - High-risk areas
  • Level 3 - Virus variant areas
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Kosovo is currently classified as high-risk area by the RKI.

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  • All persons entering Germany from a high-risk area (level 2) must present a negative Corona PCR test upon departure. The proof of the negative Corona/Covid-19 test, must not be older than 48 hours at the time of entry. Children up to and including 6 years of age are exempt from the test proof requirement, but not from the registration form.
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  • Proof of a negative test result or a corresponding medical certificate must be provided on paper or in an electronic document, in each case in German, English or French.
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  • Travelers who have been in a risk area, high incidence area, or virus variant area in the last 10 days must register at www.einreiseanmeldung.de before arriving in Germany and carry proof of registration with them upon entry.
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  • In addition, there is still the obligation to enter domestic quarantine immediately after entry and by direct route for a period of 10 days.
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  • The domestic quarantine can be shortened by a second negative result, no earlier than the fifth day after entry. 
    The risk classification for all countries defined by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) can be found here: Risk area

 

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Switzerland

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Important information from Basel Airport - EuroAIrport dated 09.02.2021

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Currently, due to the difficult situation created as a result of the spread of Covid-19 only passengers who have Swiss citizenship (holding a passport or Swiss residence permit) are allowed to fly from Basel Airport to Pristina, while all the others with German citizenship , Italian or French are not allowed, and this remains in force until next decision.

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Swiss Federal Office of Public Health ( https://www.bag.admin.ch/bag/de/home.html ) has adopted new regulations for persons entering Switzerland, starting from 22 February 2021

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  • As before, entry by air is only possible with a negative COVID-19 PCR test. All travelers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours before boarding. In exceptional cases, a negative COVID-19 AntiGen rapid test that is not older than 24 hours is only permitted for the check at boarding, if the results of the COVID-19 PCR test are not available quickly enough. However, for the possible second control at the Swiss border, you need the negative result of the Covid-19 PCR test. If you do not have a negative PCR test result there, you will have to get tested immediately after entering the country at your own expense. The check is carried out before boarding the plane. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. Children do not have to show a negative test result when boarding.
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  • As in the past, persons entering Switzerland from a risk area will be placed in a 10-day quarantine immediately after entering the country and on a direct route. However, they can leave this quarantine from the seventh day onwards if the result of a rapid antigen test or PCR test is negative.
    You must stay in your home or other suitable accommodation at all times during the ten days following your entry into Switzerland and avoid contact with other people.
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  • Those entering from a non-risk country are also subject to PCR testing upon entry, but not quarantine.
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  • Collection of contact information: Contact information is collected from all persons entering the country via the electronic entry form.

 

Ongoing for all those who fly Prishtinë - Basel - Mulhouse  and depending on which country they enter (their final destination), below you can find the rules - entry restrictions or mandatory quarantine rules in France, Switzerland or Germany

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Francewww.santepubliquefrance.fr
Switzerlandwww.foph-coronavirus.ch / Mandatory quarantine for persons arriving in Switzerland
Germanywww.bundesregierung.de/breg-de/themen/coronavirus / Entry restrictions and quarantine regulations in Germany

 

 

FRANCE

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This applies to all passengers living in France and traveling from BASEL (Mulhouse) to Prishtina and vice versa

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Important notification from the relevant Authorities of the Airport of Basel - Mulhouse (EuroAIrport) dated 09.02.2021

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Due to the special situation at EuroAirport (Basel - Mulhouse) the following French regulations are currently in force for all passengers both on arrival and departure.

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The Ministry of Interior of France has taken a decision from 01.02.2021 as follows:

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Any departure from the territory of France to a country outside the European area (Republic of Kosovo) is now subject to the regime of compelling reasons (the indicative list of compelling reasons appears on the travel certificate), regardless of whether it concerns a French citizen or a citizen of another member state of the European Union.
Only travelers who meets one of the reasons for the exit certificate for compelling reasons are allowed to travel: The indicative list of compelling reasons is added to the travel certificates that will be provided, during entry as well as after departure.

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Certificate of exit  "Attestation de déplacement et de voyage" of the territory of France can be downloaded by clicking këtu

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All those who travels from a country outside the European Union (in this case Kosovo) that is classified as a circulation area for SARS-CoV-2 virus infection to enter the territory of France must meet the following conditions.

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All those traveling from Kosovo to France (using the Prishtina - Basel (Mulhouse) route must have a negative PCR test on departure no older than 72 hours.

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In addition, travelers from these countries are also subject to the persuasive reasons regime (the indicative list of compelling reasons appears on travel certificates), regardless of whether they are French nationals or nationals of another EU country

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Certificate of entry into France from Kosovo "Attestation d’entrée sur le territoire métropolitain pour les ressortissants des pays extérieurs à l'espace européen " you can download by clicking  here

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The statement  "Déclaration pour voyageur de 11 ans et plus( to be attached to the Certificate of Entry ) 
which must be signed by travelers older than 11 years can be downloaded here

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Declaration to be signed by travelers younger than 11 years old  "Déclaration pour voyageur de moins de 11 ans" you can download here

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