Traffic flow and road conditions for motorways, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s border crossings and Sarajevo on Wednesday, September 16
There are no problems with traffic flow on highways.
- All citizens of non-EU countries entering Croatia will have to undergo 14-day-long self-isolation. Period of self-isolation can be reduced to seven days if those from non-EU countries entering Croatia submit results of PCR test proving they were tested negative for COVID-19 less than 48 hours ago. This does not apply to persons in transit who can enter without restrictions.
- Serbia has opened all border crossings for citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina can enter Montenegro only with a negative PCR or ELISA test for Crovid-19 which is not older than 48 hours. Tests are not required for transit.
- Citizens of BiH can enter Slovenia but had to undergo a 14-day quarantine.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina has opened all border crossings for all foreign nationals with a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours.
- Brcko-Gunja border crossing is closed for trucks.
- Hum and Metaljka border crossings are temporarily closed due to COVID-19 pandemic.
- Deleusa border crossing is closed due to maintenance work.
- All citizens of the EU can enter BIH with a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours.
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