En De
Total doses
given
7.1M
People fully
vaccinated
2.8M
% Fully
vaccinated
50.73%
Masks
Mask is required in all public indoor areas and public transport
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): PCR
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): ISO

Quarantine:

18.05.2022

Isolation in the home environment for 14 days for all persons living in Slovakia for more than 90 days coming from abroad; 06/07/2020: No restrictions for people arriving from safe countries. For those who have visited a country not on the list of less risky countries; within 14 days before arrival must isolate and be tested within 5 days of arrival; 20/07/2020: From green countries: 14-day home quarantine; kt. can be terminated neg. RT-PCR test or antigen test upon arrival. From red countries: 14-day home quarantine; kt. can be terminated neg. RT-PCR test on day 8 at the earliest. From black countries: 14-day home quarantine; independent of the result of the RT-PCR test from day 8. Exceptions: apply in all cases; 16/11/2020: Persons entering Slovakia from EU countries outside the so-called Green List must go to isolation until obtaining a negative result of a RT-PCR test. As an alternative to isolation; persons may prove a negative result of a RT-PCR test not older than 72 hours; 26/11/2020: Exemption from mandatory isolation; subject to the submission of a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours applies to EU/EEA countries and Switzerland; 01/12/2020: If you travel from an EU country; Liechtenstein; UK or Switzerland and at the same time you can prove that you have overcome the disease no more than 3 months before entry; isolation is not required. If you travel from an EU country; Liechtenstein; UK or Switzerland; without a negative RT-PCR test; you are required to go to isolation. If you are traveling from Australia; China; Finland; Ireland; Iceland; Japan; South Korea; Norway; New Zealand; Singapore or Taiwan; you are not required to remain in isolation. If you are traveling from another country; you are obliged to go to isolation; 11/01/2021: When returning from EU countries; Iceland; Norway; Liechtenstein and Switzerland - obligation to undergo isolation which may be ended with a negative RT-PCR test or on day 10 without symptoms. Exceptions apply. When returning from high-risk countries- home isolation with members of the common household and get tested on day 5; 17/02/2021: the list of safe/less risky countries is abolished - all travellers are obliged to enter a 14-day home isolation and get a RT-PCR test on day 8; 22/03/2021: the quarantine exemption for vaccinated persons and persons who have recovered from COVID-19 is abolished. These persons must also enter the mandatory 14-day quarantine; 19/04/2021: Persons who have visited EU countries; Iceland; Norway; Liechtenstein; Switzerland or the UK during the previous 14 days and can provide evidence for vaccination or recovery must go to isolation which; if the person is asymptomatic; may end on day 14 or with a negative RT-PCR test; 26/04/2021: No quarantine for certain people; such as persons with a permanent or temporary residence in a neighbouring state within 100 kilometres. 14/06/2021: No quarantine for arrivals from a Green country or a neighbouring state and upon indication of a negative RT-PCR test not older than 72 hours. Quarantine is also not mandatory for vaccinated; 21/06/2021: Quarantine for people who have visited in the previous 14 days only countries in the Green List that may end without a test and in an asymptomatic course on day 14 or with a negative RT-PCR test. Same applies to people who have visited Red countries and have not visited any Black countries; but a negative RT-PCR test result must be performed on day 8. For vaccinated/recovered persons coming from a Red country; mandatory quarantine. Quarantine for people who have visited Black countries; that may end on day 14; if asymptomatic; and a negative RT-PCR test on day 8 (the 14-day quarantine must be respected; even iwith a negative test); 09/07/2021: Persons aged 18 and over must register in eHranica; with a choice of three options: i) Fully vaccinated persons do not have to go into home isolation ii) vaccinated persons with at least the first dose do not have to go into home isolation iii) unvaccinated persons; if they do not meet the conditions for an exemption; must undergo compulsory home isolation; 19/07/2021: Fully vaccinated persons are exempted from home isolation. New definition of vaccinated persons applies; 15/10/2021: The rules of entry into Slovakia and subsequent domestic isolation are differentiated according to the age of the person and on the basis of other conditions; 25/11/2021: If you are coming from a country at risk ; you must register via the eBorder form. If you received an SMS with a positive result; you are subject to mandatory quarantine. You must not end the quarantine earlier than 10 days after collection or earlier than 10 days after the first symptoms appear; 30/11/2021: Persons who have visited the Republic of South Africa; Botswana; Namibia; Lesotho; Eswatini; Mozambique; Zimbabwe; Israel; Hong Kong or the Seychelles in the last 14 days and who enter Slovakia from 1 December 2021 must start the quarantine; which will end if the person is asymptomatic on day 14 or by receiving two negative RT-PCR tests. Other rules apply to children under the age of 12; 04/02/2022: For all persons who enter Slovakia; a quarantine is imposed; ending with an asymptomatic course of quarantine on day 5 or with a negative RT-PCR test. Exceptions apply; 16/02/2022: Compulsory quarantine after entering Slovakia does not apply to persons from a neighboring state in which they were immediately threatened during a national or international armed conflict.; 6/04/2022: no more quarantine required.

18.05.2022

The mobile application was created by Slovak volunteers and experts to fight the spread of the pandemic. The android app was last updated on 26th April 2020. ; 13/05/2020: app failed.

20.04.2022

Self-isolation at own accommodation.

COVID-19 travel entry restrictions have been lifted. Travellers can enter the territory of the Slovak Republic regardless of their vaccination status or the country from where they are coming. No further restrictions apply.

17.02.2022

11/10/21 updated measures on quarantine; 17/12/2021: If you have been contacted with a positive person you must stay in domestic isolation; contact your GP and wait for instructions.

27.01.2022

12/03/2020: Mandatory 14 day quarantine from onset of first symptoms.; 19/01/2022: One must not complete the quarantine earlier than 10 days after collection or earlier than 10 days after the first symptoms appear.; 25/01/2022: One must not complete the quarantine earlier than 5 days after the collection or 5 days after the first symptoms appear.

26.05.2021

Self-isolation at own accommodation.

All travellers arriving by land or air must complete a 14-day quarantine. The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a second RT-PCR test no less than 8 days after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.