COVID UPDATE
Latest Covid-19 Entry updates by country (Subject to change)
ICON FILMS
Romania

EU Crew:
Please contact us to confirm what zone your EU country falls into
Green zone: No quarantine required
Yellow zone: No quarantine required, provided traveler provides negative PCR
test result, no older than 72 hours.
Red zone: Quarantine for 10 days required, contingent on a PCR test taken on
day 8, with negative test result.

UK/Brazil/South Africa Crew: If not exempt, quarantine for 14 days:
 Exemption of quarantine if traveler has:
-Proof of vaccination (with 2nd dose administered a minimum of 10 days prior to arrival
in Romania)
-Proof of recovery from prior infection, infection not longer than 180 days
prior to arrival in Romania

US Crew: If not exempt, quarantine for 14 days:
Exemption of quarantine if traveler has:
-Proof of vaccination (with 2nd dose administered a minimum of 10 days prior to arrival
in Romania)
-Proof of recovery from prior infection, infection not longer than 180 days
prior to arrival in Romania
Exception to this requirement apply to UK travelers who are able to present
paperwork confirming they have been administered the COVID-19 vaccine, or
have fully recovered from a COVID-19 infection within the last 3 months.

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Czech Republic

US Crew and International Crew from countries defined as LOW RISK: Travellers from the low risk countries – or green category – must fill in an arrival form before travelling to Czech Republic.
For a trip to the Czech Republic by public or individual transport, travellers must have a written confirmation from the health service provider of a negative antigen test (max. 48 hours after collection) or a written confirmation from an accredited laboratory of a negative RT-PCR test (max. 72 hours from collection) but this test can be taken up to 5 days after arrival in the Czech Republic.
Please also be aware that many airlines will require proof of a negative PCR or Antigen test.

International Crew from countries defined as MEDIUM RISK:
Travellers from the medium risk countries – or orange category – must fill in an arrival form before travelling to Czech Republic.
 Before starting a trip to the Czech Republic by public transport, travellers must have a written confirmation from the health service provider of a negative antigen test (max. 48 hours after collection) or a written confirmation from an accredited laboratory of a negative RT-PCR test (max. 72 hours from collection). Carriers will not allow carriage for passengers who do not submit a SARS-CoV-2 test and arrival form.

International Crew from countries defined as HIGH and VERY HIGH RISK:

Travellers from the high and very high risk countries – or red and dark red categories – must fill in an arrival form before travelling to Czech Republic.

Before starting a trip to the Czech Republic by public transport, travellers must have a written confirmation from the health service provider of a negative antigen test (max. 48 hours after collection) or a written confirmation from an accredited laboratory of a negative RT-PCR test (max. 72 hours from collection). Carriers will not allow carriage for passengers who do not submit a SARS-CoV-2 test and arrival form.

The protocol is to have a PCR test performed upon arrival in Czech, and quarantine only until negative test results are confirmed (results may be available in a matter of hours). Business paperwork is still required, and can be provided by Stillking Prague.

Exceptions to the above may be made for vaccinated travellers. Please contact us for more details.

ENTITY
Slovenia & Croatia

Slovenia:

Entry without quarantine is possible with:
 
– PCR test not older than 72 hours
– proof of already having had Covid, minimum 10 days ago and maximum 180 days ago
– proof of vaccination, where the required time from last required administered dose has passed…Pfizer 7 days, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, Sputnik, Sinovac and Sinopharm  14 days, Astra Zeneca & Covishield 21 days
 
Anyone not providing one of the above listed proof items will be sent to 10 day quarantine at his home address, any foreigner who can not provide proof of address where he/she will stay for the duration of quarantine will be denied entry.

Covid 19 Slovenia Treveler’s map: https://www.gov.si/teme/koronavirus-sars-cov-2/prehajanje-meja/

Croatia:

US/CAN/UK/EU Crew: A negative PCR test (not older than 48 hours) must be presented upon arrival.

Travelers from EU/Schengen or EU/3rd Country “Green List” locations are permitted entry into Croatia without testing, although international airlines may still require specific negative test results.
Travelers from South Africa, Brazil, India and Zanzibar need to provide a negative PCR test (not older than 48 hours) upon arrival, with quarantine required.

Length of quarantine is generally determined by the following: quarantine can be concluded pending negative PCR test results on day 7 or later, or after day 14 without a PCR test.
Alternatively, some travelers may enter Croatia without a PCR test results if they are able to provide specified proof of the following, based in the below criteria:
Vaccination: If a traveler is able to provide proof of full immunity as defined by the period of time between travel and the last required dose (between 7-21 days, based on scientific guidelines depending on the vaccine), they may enter Croatia without proof of a negative PCR test result. Proof of vaccination must be sourced from an official vaccination authority.
Infection: If a traveler is able to provide proof of a COVID infection within no less than 11 days and no more than180 days prior to travel, they may enter Croatia without proof of a PCR test result. Proof of infection must be sourced from an official positive test result or from a verifiable physicians’s note, both reflecting dates within the above specified time period.

Please contact us directly for Italy and Austria COVID entry updates

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Bulgaria
As of May 5th 2021, all persons traveling to Bulgaria, regardless of their nationality and place of departure, can enter freely, provided that they present one of the following documents:

    1. A document showing a negative PCR test result, taken within 72 hours prior to their arrival in Bulgaria.
    2. A document showing a negative Rapid Antigen test result, taken within 48 hours prior to their arrival in Bulgaria.
    3. A document showing a full course of Covid-19 vaccination, completed at least 14 days prior to entering Bulgaria, as of the date of the last injection.
    4. A document showing a positive result from a PCR or a rapid antigen test, for persons who have been infected and have recovered from Covid-19, for the period of day 15 through 180, as of the day their positive test was     taken, as shown in the document.

TUNA + ICON
Serbia & Montenegro

CAN/UK/EU Crew: A negative PCR test result (not older than 48 hours) must be presented upon arrival.
US Crew: A negative PCR or an Antigen COVID-19 test (neither test older than 48 hours) must be presented upon arrival.
Additionally, foreign travellers coming into Serbia for business purposes can enter Serbia without a negative PCR test if they provide a negative PCR test within 24hrs of their arrival to Serbia and if the Serbian Chamber of Commerce is notified in advance.

 

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South Africa

US/CAN/UK/EU Crew: A negative PCR test result (not older than 72 hours) must be presented upon arrival and no quarantine is required
Overseas Crew (Director, DoP, Production, Client and Agency) must present a FIVA letter upon their arrival. This paperwork can be arranged by Stillking Cape Town, and generally takes 48 hours to issue.
Specialist Crew (Assistant Directors, technicians and talent) need to apply for the S11.2 visa through the South African embassy in their home country.

 

NOURI FILMS
Spain & Mallorca

Entry to Spain:

All travelers regardless of their age to Spain must compulsorily fill out the online form of the SP-TH (Spain Travel Health) application, which will issue a QR code depending on whether or not the passenger is subject to documentary control.
https://www.spth.gob.es/

From 2nd July 2021, the Spanish government requires all arrivals to Spain from the UK and USA to present on entry one of the following:
1. A PDIA test with a negative result carried out a maximum of 48 hours before your arrival in Spain (taking into account the local time).

Accepted test type: PCR
Accepted languages: Spanish, English, French, German or accompanied by a certified translation into Spanish.
The medical certificate or the supporting documentation must be the original and must include the name of the traveler, passport or ID number, date of the test, identification and contact information of the center that performs the analysis, technique used and negative result of the test.

2. A recovery certificate issued by the competent authority or by a recognized medical service at least 11 days after the completion of the first NAAT diagnostic test with a positive result and a maximum of 180 days before the trip. The accepted tests in this case are PCR, LAMP, TMA or antigen test.

Accepted languages: Spanish, English, French, German or accompanied by a certified translation into Spanish.
The recovery certificate must include the following information:

Name and surname of the principal
Date the positive COVID-19 test was obtained.
NAAT test type.
Country of Issue

3. A certificate that proves having received the complete vaccination schedule against COVID-19 at least 14 days before arriving in Spain, with one of the vaccines recognized by the European Medicines Agency or the World Health Organization. If you reside in England, the Spanish authorities recognize the NHS App or the NHS letter explaining your vaccination schedule as proof to enter Spain.

For more detailed entry info for other nationalities and into Balearic Islands, please click here