5 February 2021
D E C I S I O N
For general and specific measures to control, prevent and combat COVID-19 pandemic
The decision shall enter into force on 05.02.2022.
For more information please see Government Decision:
January 22, 2022
NEW MEASURES AGAINST COVID-19
According to the latest decision of the Government of the Republic of Kosovo, from 22.01.2022, every person who enters the Republic of Kosovo must possess one of the following evidence:
-Certificate of vaccination with three (3) doses (or with one dose of Janssen vaccine and booster dose) against COVID-19;
-Two-dose vaccination certificate (or one-dose Janssen vaccine) against COVID-19, together with RV-PCR negative test for COVID-19, not earlier than 48 hours before departure (for air passengers) or 48 hours before arrival at the border point (for those entering by land).
-Persons with medical evidence from the specialist doctor of the respective field that they have contraindications and are exempt from vaccination. Such persons must present a negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19, administered not earlier than 48 hours before departure (for passengers entering by air) or 48 hours before arrival at the border crossing point (for those entering the road terrestrial).
-Persons aged 12 to 16 years must have a negative RT-PCR test not older than 48 hours.
-Citizens of the Republic of Kosovo who do not have two doses of vaccine are obliged to perform home quarantine for a period of seven (7) days from the entry into the territory of the Republic of Kosovo.
27 September 2021
On September 27, the new decisions of the Government of the Republic of Kosovo on measures against Covid-19 entered into force.
For more information please see Government Decision 37:
14 September 2021
On September 12, the Government of Kosovo decided to continue the measures against Covid-19. The most important measures include the continuation in the workplace of only essential staff in public and private institutions.
The measures are in force from 13 September until 27 September 2021.
For more information please see Government Decision 35:
8 September 2021
Are you working from home and need meetings longer than 40 minutes on the Zoom Platform?
The Center offers the use of the Free Zoom Platform for all CSOs in Kosovo!
- the time and date of your meeting;
- the duration of your meeting;
- the reason for your request;
where all this information should be sent to us at least 3 days before the meeting!
29 August 2021
The epidemiological situation in Kosovo continues to be aggravated and the organisation of work virtually is essential for maintaining public health.
The Kosovo Resource Centre for Civil Society will publish the latest updated information related to decisions taken by Government of Kosovo to keep NGOs in Kosovo informed at all times.
Below you can find the latest information published by the Ministry of Health of Kosovo and decision of the Republic of Kosovo Government dated 28 August 2021.
For more information please find the government decision below:
To organise your work virtually, the Resource Centre for Civil Society has developed a Guide for Digital Transformation of CSOs in Kosovo where you can find information on the use of various virtual tools that aim to facilitate your online work. The centre will also continue to hold training’s on the use of these tools.
You can find the guide in the link bellow:
Implementing these measures is extremely important for maintaining public health!
Please get vaccinated, continue to wear your masks, keep the distance and hygiene!