Electronic scheduling for PCR testing on personal request

2021-04-19

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 А new electronic eUprava service for PCR testing on personal request is available on the eZakazivanje za PCR testiranje na lični zahtev.Portal.


How to schedule an appointment?

If you want to schedule a PCR test on personal request, you need to select the eZakazivanje za PCR testiranje na lični zahtev  on the eUprava Portal and select the Pokreni uslugu service option. After selecting the desired laboratory, a calendar will be displayed where you need to select one of the available appointments.

Testing can be scheduled for a maximum of 5 family members, if the desired laboratory receives more than one person at a time. Testing can be scheduled for citizens of the Republic of Serbia, foreign citizens residing in the Republic of Serbia, as well as for foreign citizens without residence (tourists).

After selecting the number of people who want to be tested on personal request, you need to fill in all the fields and click the Schedule button.
 

Is it necessary to pay something?

PCR testing on personal request is paid. The price of testing for citizens of the Republic of Serbia, foreign persons with residence and foreign persons without residence (tourists) is 9,000 RSD.

The price of antigen testing for citizens of the Republic of Serbia, foreign persons with residence and foreign persons without residence (tourists) is 3,500 RSD. The antigen test is not scheduled, and is performed every working day and Saturday from 08:00 to 19:30.


After you successfully schedule an appointment, the system will generate completed payment slips. At the moment, electronic payment of this service is not enabled, so it is necessary to bring one copy of a certified payment slip as proof of payment when testing at the scheduled time.

Important: You do not need to be a registered user of the eGovernment Portal to schedule an appointment.


Also, citizens have the opportunity to schedule PCR testing on personal request every working day from 8 am to 8 pm through the National Contact Center of the Ministry of Health at 011 / 362-0000.