Travel to Bulgaria during COVID. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Bulgaria: info & updates. Declarations

Travel to Bulgaria during COVID. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Bulgaria: info & updates. Declarations

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Bulgaria is currently among European countries least affected by COVID-19. The government measures found have helped curb the spread of the coronavirus, which made the travel to Bulgaria during COVID-19 possible

 

For up-to-date 24 hour information please visit these sites

 

https://coronavirus.bg/bg/news/512

 

https://www.mh.government.bg/en/contacts/

 

https://www.mfa.bg/en/customnews/main/24737

 

Belov Law Office informs you that from May 22, the citizens of the European Union and Schengen countries (including the Republic of San Marino, the Principality of Andorra, the Principality of Monaco, and the Vatican City State) will be banned from entering the territory of Bulgaria. Тherefore the travel to Bulgaria during COVID-19 by the citizens of these countries is free.

 

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, the Republic of Northern Macedonia, Montenegro and the Republic of Turkey in order to return to the country of which they are nationals.

The transit is also allowed for citizens who are not from the indicated countries, only in the cases when the immediate departure on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria can be guaranteed.

The persons who are not placed under quarantine, as well as the persons, who transit through the territory of the country, shall submit to the bodies of the border health control a declaration according to a sample.

On the territory of Bulgaria, regardless of their citizenship can enter:

• medical professionals, medical researchers, social workers, and their supervisors when the purpose of the trip is related to the profession they practice;

• workers involved in the supply of medicinal products, medical devices and personal protective equipment, medical equipment, including its installation and maintenance;

• transport staff engaged in the international carriage of passengers and cargo, crews of commercial aircraft and other transport staff as required, including vessel crews and persons involved in the maintenance of vessels;

• foreign officials (heads of state, members of governments, etc.) and members of their delegations, as well as diplomats, employees of international organizations, military personnel, members of the security and public order services and humanitarian workers in the performance of their duties;

• persons traveling for humanitarian reasons;

• representatives of trade, economic and investment activities and persons directly related to: construction, maintenance, operation and ensuring the safety of the strategic and critical infrastructure of the Republic of Bulgaria, implementation of projects certified under the Investment Promotion Act, project analyzes to potential investors and other activities of importance for the country’s economy, including persons engaged in shipbuilding and ship repair, certified by a letter from the Minister of Economy or another minister responsible for the respective activity;

• seasonal agricultural workers and workers in the field of tourism;

• border workers.

Upon entering the territory of Bulgaria, 14-day quarantine is not subject to Bulgarian citizens and citizens of EU Member States who are:

• persons traveling for humanitarian reasons;

• representatives of trade, economic and investment activities and persons directly related to: construction, maintenance, operation and ensuring the safety of the strategic and critical infrastructure of the Republic of Bulgaria, implementation of projects certified under the Investment Promotion Act, project analyzes to potential investors and other activities of importance for the country’s economy, including persons engaged in shipbuilding and ship repair, certified by a letter from the Minister of Economy or another minister responsible for the respective activity;

• bus drivers engaged in international passenger transport;

• truck drivers who carry out or complete the international transport of goods and goods.

This also applies to the following persons, regardless of their nationality:

• medical professionals, medical researchers, social workers, and their supervisors when the purpose of the trip is related to the profession they practice;

• workers involved in the supply of medicinal products, medical devices and personal protective equipment, medical equipment, including its installation and maintenance;

• foreign officials (heads of state, members of governments, etc.) and members of their delegations, as well as diplomats, employees of international organizations, military personnel, members of the security and public order services and humanitarian workers in the performance of their duties;

• border workers.

All other persons are placed under a 14-day quarantine in the home or accommodation specified by the person.

If you have questions and need up-to-date information, as well as assistance in filling out declarations for entry into the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria, as well as legal assistance, please contact Belov Law Office.

 

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