Moldova is waiting for visitors. What restrictions are in force in the country?

The people of Moldova are ready to welcome tourists again. The crisis caused by the pandemic has dramatically affected the tourism sector, with losses in the country estimated at $350 million. However, the hosts in the meantime decided to renovate their facilities and create new attractions, because as a local proverb says “Visitors come when someone is waiting for them!”.

Tourism entrepreneurs Moldova have launched a promotional campaign following the pandemicthat kept visitors away. They want to show that the stagnation has not affected the hosts, who have done their best to make their farms develop as much as possible.

– Our hosts: owners of agritourism farms, vineyards, tour operators, guides, restaurants, hotels and tour operators did not stand still, but used this time to renovate their facilities, create new accommodations, more terraces, new hiking trails, bought bicycles and new kayaks, built swimming pools and each of them set aside in their cellars and pantries something special, for long-awaited guests. And as the local saying goes, “Guests arrive when someone is waiting for them!” Therefore, the new campaign is a tribute to the people working in tourism and their courage, because they will be the ones who will revive tourism in Moldova – Diana Lazăr, deputy director of the Competitiveness of Moldova project, said.

– The National Association of Domestic and Inbound Tourism (ANTRIM) announces the resumption of tourism in Moldova and invites tourists to discover our authentic offers in maximum safety,” concluded ANTRIM Executive Director Victoria Bucătaru.

The campaign “Be Our Guest, Again” was launched in mid-June with a video spot that shows the optimism and joy of reuniting with long-awaited tourists, but also with Moldovans from all over the world and the closest neighbors.

What restrictions are in place in Moldova?

To Moldova can be entered by anyone, but to avoid the 14-day self-isolation, we will have to meet one of two conditions. The first is simply to receive of the COVID-19 vaccine vaccine and provide proof on the spot that we have done so.

The second is to show a negative PCR test for coronavirus conducted up to 72 hours before crossing the border or boarding the plane (it is recommended to print out said document).

If, on the other hand, you opt for the self-isolation option, you will also have to fill out a special form regarding your health, in which you will answer a few questions about your well-being and declare that you will undergo a 14-day quarantine.

Interestingly, the following, among others, are also exempted from self-isolation: children under five years of age, drivers of vehicles carrying cargo and passengers, people traveling for medical purposes or for humanitarian reasons, students arriving for studies, exams or academic competitions upon presentation of supporting documents, or workers holding a visa, residence permit or employment contract.

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