On 23 June 2020, the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia decided to open all border crossings as of Friday, 26 June 2020, for the traversing of passengers (holders of all types of passports) and vehicles without having to adhere to the requirements, terms, procedures, and measures hitherto established (i.e. without having the requirement to present a medical certificate of having undergone a PCR test over the last 72 hours prior to entering the country, without having to be subjected to mandatory self-isolation upon entering the country, and without having to present a certificate for consent to enter as issued by the Steering Committee for Coordination and Management at the Crisis Management System).
In keeping with all of the above, the ban on entering the Republic of North Macedonia is hereby terminated for all foreign nationals, as well as the Protocol for the Unimpeded Transit of Foreign Nationals across the Territory of the Republic of North Macedonia, which was in force during the entire State of Emergency in the country.
The ban on organized transport abroad (buses, vans, minivans) is also hereby terminated.
The Government also decided to open for traffic Skopje International Airport and St. Paul the Apostle Airport in Ohrid as of Wednesday, 1 July 2020, as well as all border crossings at the aforementioned airports, with the airports and border crossings being required to adhere to all airport pandemic management protocols.