Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) continues to see a high number of cases of COVID-19.

Grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, and cafes throughout the country are open, along with most other businesses. Restaurants and bars must close by 11:00pm.

Restrictions include limitations on the number of people who can attend public gatherings, requirements to wear masks in outdoor and indoor public spaces and on public transportation.

Local restrictions are subject to change and authorities have recently increased restrictions following a rise in cases.

Entry and Exit Requirements:

All non-B&H citizens wishing to enter B&H must have a negative COVID-19 test (PCR) not older than 48 hours from the moment of entry.

Entrance to B&H without negative COVID19 test (PCR) is allowed for the citizens of Montenegro, Serbia and Croatia.

More about entrance and exit requirements is given on

COVID19 testing

  • Private clinics around the country perform PCR (~230km) and serological (~40km) COVID-19 tests. Payment is due in full at the time of the test. Results are quick (usually within 24 hours).
  • Public Health Centers (Dom Zdravlja) will test people with symptoms—regardless of nationality—free of charge. (They do not test asymptomatic people or provide test verification for travel purposes). To arrange a test, contact your canton’s health center for additional guidance.

For further information about your entrance to Bosnia and Herzegovina please check website of your embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina with updated information: