Around 700 students in Preshevo Valley affected by new travel rules

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About 700 students were affected by Kosovo’s most recent anti-COVID measures at the border.

Member of the Economic Forum in the Preshevo Valley, Muharrem Salihu, gave a quick briefing of the current situation during Euronews Albania’s ‘Morning’.

He underlined that all groups of interest have been affected in the process.

‘Citizens studying in Kosovo, who after this weekend, could no longer return home to Kosovo. Businesses have also been affected. All different lanes, categories and groups of interest have been affected by this,” – he argued.

In addition, Saliu said that many citizens aren’t in time for their third shot, which renders them unable to cross the border, according to the newest rules. Saliu claimed that they are expecting this decision to be changed and revised in the upcoming days.

“It was an arbitrary decision. These measures haven’t been well-thought-out,” – concluded Saliu.

From January 22 – February 4, citizens wishing to travel to Kosovo, should show a vaccination certificate that proves that they took all three doses, or a certificate showing 2 doses and one negative PCR test.

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