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Italy extends by ten days measures saying people coming from Romania must self-isolate. Slovenia: Persons coming from Romania will have to self-isolate

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs that the Italian authorities have extended by ten days the measures saying people coming from Romania must self-isolate, which measure was supposed to expire on July 31.

According to a press release sent by the MAE to AGERPRES on Friday and according to the official information from the Italian authorities, the persons coming to the Italian Romanian who were in Romania in the past 14 days or transited Romania need to self-isolate while being under medical supervision for a period of 14 days. The only exceptions from this rule will be the members of the freight and passengers transport crews and the navigating personnel.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues the dialogue with the Italian authorities and will communicate publicly the novelty elements will be officially sent.

MAE brings to mind that Romanian citizens can ask for consular assistance from the telephone number of the diplomatic mission and consular offices of Romania in the Italian Republic.

* Romanian Embassy in Rome: +39 06.835.233.44, +39 06.835.233.52, +39 06.835.233.58, +39 06.835.233.56, +39 06.835.233.69, +39 06.835.233.71, +39 06.835.233.74, +39 345 147 3935 (emergency call);

* Consulate General of Romania in Milan: +39 0240098207, +39 02.40074018, +39 366.108.1444 (emergency call);

* Consulate General of Romania in Turin: +39 011 249 57 75, +39 011 249 52 64, +39 011 18 95 83 90, +39 338 756 8134 (emergency call);

* Consulate General of Romania in Trieste: +39 040 411 652, +39 040 452 8136, +39 040 416 350, +39 340 8821688 (emergency call);

* Consulate General of Romania in Bari: +39 080 548 1042, +39 080 546 1893, +39 080 548 4671, +39 080 546 1470, +39-334 604 2299 (emergency call);

* Consulate General of Romania in Bologna: +39 051 5872120, +39 051;5872209, +39 349 1178220 (emergency call);

* Consulate General of Romania in Catania: +39.095.537.909, +39 095 536 139, +39 320 965 3137 (emergency call).

 

Slovenia: Persons coming from Romania will have to self-isolate

 

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed that the Slovenian authorities have announced on Friday new measures regarding the conditions for entering or transiting the territory of this country, and people coming from Romania to stay will have to self-isolate, while those who just want to transit through Slovenia and have no clear symptoms of infection will be allowed to pass.

According to a MAE release to AGERPRES on Friday, the new conditions apply to citizens coming from countries with a high epidemiological risk, including Romania, along with other European countries, such as Bulgaria and Luxembourg.

“Thus, according to information communicated by the Slovenian authorities, citizens coming from Romania who enter the Republic of Slovenia to stay (and not just to transit) must enter self-isolation for 14 days at the hotel or other designated location. The person who are not able to indicate a location for self-isolation will be placed under institutionalized quarantine. Certain categories of persons, however, such as persons who just transit this country or carriers, will be allowed to pass. The list of all exempt categories can be found on the website of the Embassy of Romania in Ljubljana, at the address: https://ljubljana.mae.ro/sites/ljubljana.mae.ro/files/exceptii-lista.rosie.pdf.”

With regard to transit, the Slovenian authorities have stated that it is permitted, provided that its duration does not exceed 12 hours. Also, the local authorities may request from the Romanian citizens transiting the territory of the Republic of Slovenia to other European states documents justifying the right of entry on the territory of the state of destination, as well as the purpose of their travel. However, people with clear symptoms of infection (fever, cough, etc.) will not be allowed to transit through the territory of the Republic of Slovenia.

Additional information on the new conditions is available at the following links: http://www.mae.ro/node/51929, https://ljubljana.mae.ro/local-news/1433; https://www.policija.si/eng/newsroom/news-archive/103470-crossing-the-state-border-during-the-coronavirus-epidemic.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reminds that the Romanian citizens can request consular assistance at the telephone number of the Romanian Embassy in Ljubljana: +38615058294, the calls being redirected to the Contact and Support Center for Romanian Citizens Abroad (CCS) around the clock.

Also, Romanian citizens who face a difficult, special situation (death, accident with victims, arrest), have at their disposal the emergency telephone number of the diplomatic mission: +38640980068.

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