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General mobility restrictions during the newly established Romanian state of alert

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Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP) largest boutique firm focusing on HR law.
Romania's state of alert restricts general movement outside of the immediate local area.

A state of alert has been established in Romania for 30 days from 18 May 2020, following a series of acts recently adopted.

In terms of general mobility within Romania, during the state of alert, local movement or journeys are allowed without justifying documents.

Movement or travel outside local areas is restricted, as a rule, with exceptions such as: movement for professional purposes, based on an affidavit, ID cart (badge) from work or certificate issued by the employer; participation in family events involving a limited number of people; agriculture activities, etc.

Teodora Gogu
Associate - Romania
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP)