Curfew and Borders
There is no curfew in place as of Monday June, 8th.
On Friday 26 June, North Macedonia opened its borders (which have been closed since mid-March), and Skopje and Ohrid airports open on Wednesday 1 July.
Upon entry, a negative PCR test or 14-day self-isolation / quarantine is no longer required.
However, as of July 9, 2020 citizens of Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro and BiH who wish to enter North Macedonia need to present upon entry a negative PCR test not older than 72h.
For those that wish to enter the country via land border for the purpose of transit via the International airports PCR test will not be required - but it is mandatory to show a plane (electronic) ticket and sign a transit statement stating that the person transiting will leave the territory of North Macedonia within three hours. For transit via land the person transiting will have to leave the territory of North Macedonia within five hours.
Please note that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' advice against unnecessary travel to countries outside the EU, EEA and the Schengen area is valid until 31 August 2020.