Entry requirements, isolation and quarantine procedures, mobility, and vaccination policy. Our guide to current travel restrictions in Romania for your business activities.
From March 8, 2022, Romania removed all travel restrictions, since the Covid-19 pandemic situation has stabilized across the country.
Table of contents
- Entry requirements in Romania
- Negative test to enter Romania
- Isolation and quarantine procedures
- National movement restrictions
- Vaccination and masks
- Testing positive for COVID-19: What to do
- Ask our experts
1. Entry requirements in Romania
No entry restrictions are currently in force to travel to Romania. People entering Romania do not need to complete any entry statement form.
2. Negative test result and health insurance to enter Romania
From March 8, 2022, people entering Romania do not need to provide evidence of their vaccination status, neither a proof of a negative COVID-19 test. However, it is highly recommended to submit an international health insurance covering also COVID-19 infection.
3. Quarantine and Isolation procedures in Romania
No quarantine period for foreign travelers entering the country is currently set up. Furthermore, all restrictions due to Covid-19 pandemic have been removed. All public activities are open. It is no longer necessary to show proof of your vaccination or recovery status to access restaurants and events.
4. National movements restrictions
Public transport is operational and there are no specific restrictions in place for intercity and interstate travel. On public transport, mask wearing is currently no mandatory. However, it is recommended to wear a mask and keep a social distancing of at least 1,5 meters.
5. Vaccination in Romania and face masks
Vaccination in Romania is also activated for foreigners who plan to receive the vaccine during their travel. Currently, the vaccines authorized in Romania are:
- Johnson & Johnson
With the ending of the State of Alert there are no longer restrictions related to mask wearing. However, The Minister of Health recommends that people continue to wear a mask in crowded outdoor spaces, public transport and indoor spaces, and to avoid overcrowded places.
6. Testing positive for COVID-19: What to do
It is no longer a legal requirement for people diagnosed with COVID-19 to isolate. However, it is strongly recommended to consider additional precautionary measures to protect others, such as to stay isolated until 5/7 days after testing positive.