Bosnia and Herzegovina’s CPR Tests are not recognized in Germany


The German State Institute “Robert Koch” (RKI) has published an additional instruction that the authorities of that country must implement when it comes to entering Germany, Klix.ba news portal reports.

Namely, they recently published a list of 131 countries that are considered risky, including BiH. According to that instruction, the one who enters Germany, and who has been in any of the countries on the list in the previous two weeks, must count on the obligation of isolation upon arrival in Germany.

According to the latest instruction, which should somewhat liberalize the previous one, people coming from high-risk areas may be exempted from quarantine requirements in accordance with the relevant quarantine regulations of the competent federal states, provided they can prove with a medical certificate that they are not infected with coronavirus.

For this purpose, they must present a molecular biological test or so-called PCR test not older than 48 hours. In this regard, RKI presented a new list of countries whose PCR tests are recognized by Germany.

However, BiH is not on that list, which means that Germany does not currently recognize PCR tests performed in our country.

On the other hand, the list, whose PCR tests are recognized by Germany, includes countries such as Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Congo, etc. Also, according to this list, Germany recognizes PCR tests from Serbia and Albania.


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