Montenegro: An EU-aspirant wanting to impress all others with strict regulation.Austria starts issuing fines of 3600 Eur per quarter, to all unvaccinated residents, that's pretty sick, I agree . Smells fishy as hell. It starts to feel dangerously close to the vibes of a real forced vaccination like in a concentration camp.... :/
I myself got stuck in Ukraine at the moment lol, need to go back to Montenegro but they just issued a new law that vaccines over 6 months old are not accepted for entry. And the entry requirement is both vaccination AND test. Lol, Ukraine does not issue vaccines to foreigners, just checked today in a clinic, she said it'll be impossible to get a 3rd dose here unless I'm a resident. So I'm gonna look for some EU country to get a vaccine in order to come back home, where I left just a week ago ... and they issue these changes in laws, literally 5 days before enforcement, (news came yesterday and enforced from 2nd Jan), without giving us chance to get compliant. That's stupid. Not that enforcing a fresh dose is bad (while the pandemic still puts people in danger in many countries) but switching regulations within a week, is absurd. For now I'm gonna try Austria, seems they accept a vaccine up to 270 days so I can enter there.
Happy new year everyone! I wish us all that the covid madness will be over in 2022! So we could get back to discussions of flat earth instead
Aside from that, do not waste your time with overregulated EU-countries. If it is just for securing a third shot, there are many other countries where you can get that without much fuss: Armenia and San Marino are both within reach of your current location. If you have more time and want to travel overseas, go to Texas or Florida.