According to Tarom, the Romanian flag carrier, the National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) in Romania has formally announced that passengers fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will be able to enter the country wit no quarantine, ten days after receiving the second dosage.
All travelers arriving in Romania from most countries with high levels of corona infection, including Israel, must enter a 2-week quarantine upon arrival in the country.
Now, the national carrier Tarom is issuing a new regulation, taking into account vaccination against COVID-19.
In its statement, the Romanian airline quotes another statement by the CNSU, as follows (translated): “Exempt from the quarantine measure are those who arrive in Romania from countries or areas of high epidemiological risk or close contacts with confirmed positive cases, who have been vaccinated against the virus, including the second dose, and for which at least 10 days have elapsed from the administration of the second dose until the date of entry into Romania. Proof of vaccination, including the date when the second dose was administered, should be in the form of documents issued by the health unit, be it in Romania or abroad.”
In other words, if you’ve had both the first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccination, and at least 10 days have passed, there is no need for isolation.