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How can you enter Bulgaria until July 31st 2021

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When choosing Albena as your favorite holiday destination, coming from abroad, you must take into account the conditions under which the entry onto the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria takes place.

Requirements of the health authorities for entering Bulgaria

Since 27th May 2021, there has been an entry ban for people coming from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Maldives, Brazil and some African countries.

This general entry ban does not affect Bulgarian citizens or persons with a permanent or long-term residence permit for Bulgaria, as well as their first-degree family members travelling with them (spouses and children), but they have to go directly into a 10-days quarantine compulsorily.

Entering Bulgaria is possible for Bulgarian or Romanian citizens, as well as persons with a permanent or long-term residence permit for Bulgaria without presenting any proof of COVID-19, when entering directly from Romania.

This also applies to children under the age of 6 years accompanied from all other countries, except those which are subject to the general entry ban.

All other people can enter the country on presentation of one of the following documents (in English or Bulgarian):

  • completed COVID-19 vaccination, whereby the last part of vaccination must have taken place at least 14 days before entry, or
  • bygone COVID-19 disease confirmed by a positive PCR or antigen test, which must have been carried out at least 15 and not more than 180 days before entry, or
  • negative PCR test (not older than 72 hours (*) on arrival) or negative antigen test (not older than 48 hours (*) on arrival) – (*) time of sampling.

Each document must contain the name and date of birth of the person to whom it is issued, as well as information on its issuer (at least name and country); furthermore, the name of the vaccine and its manufacturer and the batch number (s) of the administered dose or doses must also appear in the case of proof of vaccination.

You can get acquainted in more detail with the information of the Ministry of Health of Bulgaria (including information about the people entering the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria from countries outside the European Union) at the following link (the information is in Bulgarian).

You can also refer to the UK Government website that can provide further information in English.

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