More than 800 businesspeople enter Serbia without PCR test

830 business people and nearly 550 local and international companies have used Serbia’s simplified entry procedure that allows them to enter the country without a PCR test. [Shutterstock/SkyStudioRS]

830 business people and nearly 550 local and international companies have used Serbia’s simplified entry procedure that allows them to enter the country without a PCR test, the Serbian Chamber of Commerce announced on Saturday. 

Business people travelling to Serbia will have to take a quick antigen test at a local laboratory, which, if negative, will allow them to carry on with business, according to inocvod.pks.rs service launched by the chamber. Once the test results are ready, these will have to be sent to inocovid19@pks.rs.

“Businesspeople from around the world, as well as representatives of companies operating in Serbia and those coming to make new business arrangements, can achieve their objectives while saving time and money by using the inocovid.pks.rs service,” the Serbian Chamber of Commerce said in a press release. (EURACTIV.rs | betabriefing.com)

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