Monthly Archives: August 2021

Government: Facilitated and Changed Measures for Organizing Events

The Government adopted amendments to the measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, which allow the organization and holding of sports competitions with the presence of the public, cultural events, work in restaurants, cafes, betting shops, concerts, seminars, workshops and other events indoors with 30% of the space capacity, and outdoors up to 50% of the capacity, in compliance with ...

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Road Conditions 25.08.2021

Dry road conditions are reported across the country, with moderate traffic outside urban areas. There are 30-minute – 45-munite delays at Bogorodica and Tabanovce border crossings to enter or exit the country. No delays are reporters on other border crossings. Landslides are possible along the routes of Katlanovo – Veles, Mavrovo – Debar – Struga, Vinica – Berovo and Kochani ...

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Pendarovski-Michel: EU to Intensify Relations with Western Balkan Countries

President Stevo Pendarovski, as part of his working visit to Ukraine on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the country’s independence, met Monday in Kiev with the President of the European Council, Charles Michel. At the meeting, the interlocutors exchanged views on the latest developments in the context of the European Union enlargement process, as well as on Macedonia’s ...

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Zaev: Census Will Not Be Postponed, VMRO-DPMNE Demanded September

Ten days before the official start of the census, Prime Minister Zaev is uncompromising that there will be no new delay in this statistical operation. He is convinced that the lack of regional enumerators after the extension of the application deadline will be filled, and regarding the current epidemiological picture in the country, he emphasized that at the leadership meeting ...

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333 New COVID-19 Cases Registered, 27 Infected Pass Away

The Ministry of Health informs, according to the data from the Institute of Public Health, in the last 24 hours, 3,022 tests were performed, and 333 new cases of COVID-19 were registered. During the same period 27 deaths have been reported. The total number of COVID-diagnosed persons in the country since the beginning of the epidemic is 169,202, the number ...

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3,206 New Cases of COVID-19 and 60 Deaths During Weekend

The Health Ministry informed that over the past weekend, a total number of 3,206 new cases of COVID-19 were registered in the country. Of the new cases, 1,074 were registered on Friday, 1,250 on Saturday and 882 on Sunday. The total number of COVID-diagnosed persons in the country since the beginning of the epidemic is 168,872, the number of recovered ...

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Filipce: PCR Testing and Vaccine Checks for Afghanistan Refugees

“A protocol and recommendations have been developed, which provide for PCR testing and health care, if needed for the group of Afghan citizens who should arrive in the country,” said Minister of Health Venko Filipce. There will be no quarantine necessary, he said, because PCR testing and checking whether they have been vaccinated is planned. “We do not know what ...

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Government: Printing and Issuance of ID Cards Continues Saturday

The Government held its regular 100th session on Friday with a single item on the agenda at which Information on overcoming the current situation regarding the issuance of new ID card forms was reviewed. According to the information, the Government instructed the Minister of Interior to undertake all necessary activities for the adoption of a bylaw in accordance with the ...

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1,158 New Cases of COVID-19, 19 Deaths in Past 24 Hours

The Health Ministry reports that in the past 24 hours 1,158 new cases of COVID-19 were registered out of 6,256 tests. The Ministry also registers 166 patients who recovered from COVID-19 infection, as well as 19 who passed away due to COVID-19 complications. Of the new cases, 353 are registered in Skopje, 216 in Gostivar, 122 in Tetovo, 71 in ...

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EC Recognises COVID-19 Vaccination Certificates Issued in North Macedonia

The Health Ministry informs that the European Commission (EC) adopted a decision to officially recognise vaccination certificates issued in North Macedonia with the COVID-19 vaccines approved by the EU. “Our country is among the first non-EU members the vaccination certificates of which have been recognised by the EC. This means that our citizens can travel with this document to EU ...

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