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Total doses
given
3M
People fully
vaccinated
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% Fully
vaccinated
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Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Movement Restrictions:

19.09.2022

Slovenia's border with Italy - health checks of passengers introduced. Non-Slovenian nationals and persons without permanent or temporary residence in Slovenia are required to submit certificates issued by a competent authority and indicating that they tested negative for the coronavirus. Persons without proper certificates may be denied entry into Slovenia. No restrictions for Slovenian citizens; 26/03/2020: All Slovenian citizens and persons with permanent or temporary residence in Slovenia will be permitted to enter Slovenia without any additional requirements. Entry to Slovenia is allowed to foreigners who submit a negative molecular laboratory test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2; 21/11/2020: Slovenia maintains a color-coded system of entry restrictions: A very small number of countries are designated “green” (epidemiologically safe). A much larger list of countries; are designated as “red” (poor epidemiological conditions). All non-listed countries/regions of countries are designated “orange” (aggravated epidemiological situation). Travellers who have spent 14 days in either a “green” country or an “orange” EU country/region can enter Slovenia without quarantine. All others must quarantine 10 days or have a negative result from a Covid test taken in the EU within the prior 48 hours; 09/01/2021: amendment to the ordinance on state border crossing; which will introduce the option to prove that a person does not have COVID-19 with both rapid antigen tests and PCR tests. When entering Slovenia; negative PCR tests are required in case of arrival from third countries; which must not be older than 48 hours. Rapid antigen tests are valid only if done in the EU or the Schengen Area. Testing with rapid antigen tests at border crossings has been abolished on the external Schengen border. Anyone who does not present this proof will have to go into quarantine; which can; however; be lifted if the person takes a test within 5 days of the decision being issued; 12/02/2021: Individuals arriving from most EEA countries or Switzerland must produce proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result in order to enter the country; alternatively; they can enter self-isolation for 14 days. Individuals arriving from high-risk non-EU countries must register with authorities and self-isolate for at least 8 days; after which a COVID-19 test may be taken; those testing positive are required to self-isolate until they have recovered. Cross-border commuters are not required to self-isolate; though they must be in possession of a negative PCR or antigen COVID-19 test result taken within the previous s7 days; 13/02/2021: International arrivals who can provide evidence that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or have previously recovered from the virus will be permitted to enter without self-isolation or testing. Individuals arriving from countries designated as low risk may enter without restriction; these countries include Australia; China; Finland; Iceland; New Zealand; Norway; Singapore; South Korea; and Taiwan; 12/04/2021: All travellers arriving from countries on the ''Red List'' must produce a negative result from a COVID-19 PCR test taken within the previous 48 hours; a positive PCR test no more than 21 days but less than six months old; or proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Travellers from red list countries who are unable to meet this requirement must self-isolate for 10 days. Individuals arriving from countries not on the Red List may enter without restriction; 05/06/2021: a negative rapid antigen test result is again accepted for entry into Slovenia; provided that less than 48 hours have passed since the swab was taken. A person arriving from an area not on the red or dark red list may enter Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home; if upon entry they provide proof of having resided in an area that is not on the red or dark red list for at least 5 consecutive days prior to entry; 11/07/2021: Entry to Slovenia without home quarantine is permitted to a person who submits: a) a negative result of a PCR test that is not older than 72 hours b) a negative result of the HAG test; which is not older than 48 hours c)a recovery certificate d) a certificate of vaccination proving that at least 7 days have passed e) a vaccination certificate for people who have recovered from the disease f) a European digital covid certificate g) a third country digital covid certificate; 14/07/2021: amendment to previous decree; allowing entry to Slovenia without home quarantine and without the PCT condition (morbidity; vaccination; testing) to: a) a person who is assigned to the performance of tasks in the international transport sector and demonstrates this when crossing the border b) a person who travels in transit through Slovenia and leaves it in the shortest possible time; i.e. no later than 12 hours after entry; 09/08/2021: All passengers entering Slovenia by aircraft or cruise ship will have to fill out a Digital Passenger Locator Form; before entering the country; 19/02/2022: The RVT (recovered/vaccinated/tested) condition no longer applies at the border.

29.08.2022

Restrictions and mode of operation of public transport passengers in the territory of Slovenia; 18/06/2021: relaxed restrictions for travellers in public transportation: face masks mandatory in public transportation and the driver must show negative testing once a week or vaccination/diagnosis certificate; 31/05/2022: measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 infections are no longer required.

06.04.2022

17/03/20: Entry ban for individuals other than citizens from countries in the European Union; European Economic Area; and United Kingdom; long-term residents and people with long-term visa or residence permits; family members of EU and EEA citizens; medical personnel and people responsible for transport of goods.; 1/03/2022: The European Union recommends that its member nations remove any non-essential travel bans for vaccinated tourists arriving from third countries starting March 1; 2022.

03.03.2022

All Slovenian citizens and persons with permanent or temporary residence in the Republic of Slovenia will be permitted to enter Slovenia from the new checkpoints at the border with Austria without any additional requirements. Entry to Slovenia is allowed to foreigners who submit proof in Slovenian; English or German not older than three days that he/she has performed a molecular laboratory test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2; which shows a negative result; 03/07/2020: A person who enters the Republic of Slovenia and has permanent or temporary residence in countries that are not on the list of epidemiologically safe countries (published on the websites of the NIJZ; the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs); or comes from these countries; due to possible SARS infection -CoV-2 is quarantined for a period of 14 days. This regulation does not apply to citizens of the Republic of Slovenia and foreigners with permanent or temporary residence in the Republic of Slovenia coming from EU Member States or Schengen Member States; 13/01/2021: a person coming from countries or administrative units of countries on the red list shall be sent to quarantine at home; unless upon entering the Republic of Slovenia he submits a negative test result for the presence of SARS-CoV-2; not older than 48 hours from the swab collection. Exceptions to this apply; 08/07/2021: A person coming from an area on the GREEN list may enter the Republic of Slovenia without being sent to quarantine at home; if he submits proof of entry that he has resided continuously in the area on the green list for at least five days before entering. A person coming from an area on the ORANGE list may enter the Republic of Slovenia without being sent to home quarantine if he submits to the European digital certificate (EU DCP); third country digital certificate (DCP); negative result of PCR test or rapid antigen test (HAG test); certificate of illness or vaccination. A person coming from an area on the RED or DARK RED list may enter the Republic of Slovenia without being referred to quarantine at home if he submits a certificate of illness or a certificate of vaccination. Exception to this apply; 14/07/2021: entry into Slovenia without the condition of PCT is allowed (until 15 August 2021) for : a) a person seconded to or from a mission in the international transport sector and demonstrating this when crossing the border with the 'Certificate for Workers in the International Transport Sector' or by another relevant document from which it can be inferred that they have been referred by the employer b) a person who travels in transit through Slovenia and leaves it as soon as possible or no later than 12 hours after entry; 15/07/2021: the Republic of Slovenia abolished the epidemiological color scoreboard of countries. The conditions of entry into the country are the same no matter where someone comes from; 28/07/2021: The following is accepted as proof upon entry into Slovenia: a) a negative PCR test provided that no more than 72 hours have passed since the swab was taken b) a negative rapid antigen test provided that no more than 48 hours have passed since the swab was taken c) a certificate of recovery (a certificate of positive PCR test result; which is more than ten days old; unless a doctor assesses otherwise; but no more than six months old; or a medical certificate confirming that the person has recovered from COVID-19 and that no more than six months have elapsed since the onset of symptoms d) a certificate of vaccination e) a certificate of vaccination for persons who have recovered from COVID-19 f) European digital COVID certificate g) digital COVID certificate of third countries. A person who does not provide one of the above is referred to quarantine at home for a period of 10 days. A person ordered to quarantine at home upon entering Slovenia may end quarantine early by producing a negative PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2. Testing may only be performed from the fifth day of home quarantine. Exceptions to the quarantine and vaccinated-tested-recovered rule also apply; 29/07/2021: Upon entry into the country; PCR tests and rapid tests from Bosnia and Herzegovina are also recognized; 09/08/2021: All passengers entering Slovenia by aircraft or cruise ship will have to fill out a Digital Passenger Locator Form; from 16/08/2021; before entering the country; 19/02/2022: The RVT (recovered/vaccinated/tested) condition no longer applies at the border.

16.02.2022

Ban of flights from China; South Korea; and Iran; 17/03/2020: Government bans air transport in the Republic of Slovenia. For international air transport from or to non-Member States of the EU; ordinance valid from 17 March 2020 (at 00:00) until its revocation.

13.10.2021

20/10/2020: Curfew: Stay at home from 21:00 till 06:00. ; 15/02/2021: Curfew from 22:00 to 06:00. ; 12/04/2021: Night curfew lifted.

31.08.2021

Restrictions and mode of operation of public transport passengers in the territory of Slovenia; 18/06/2021: relaxed restrictions for travellers in public transportation: face masks mandatory in public transportation and the driver must show negative testing once a week or vaccination/diagnosis certificate.

31.08.2021

Regular update regarding travel advice by National Institute of Public Health.

31.08.2021

Ordinance reintroducing restrictions on movement i.e. restriction of movement between statistical regions and at night (between 22:00 and 5:00). Exceptions: a) travel to and from work and the performance of work duties b) performance of business; agricultural and forestry activities c) elimination of immediate risks to health; life and property d) provision of care and assistance to persons in need of support; care of family members; or parental care or contact with one’s children e) access to pharmacies; health and sanitary services; and health resort treatment f) access to foreign diplomatic missions and consular posts g) access to emergency services h) access to the performance of tasks related to the operation of judicial; administrative and law enforcement authorities i) access to services for persons with special needs j) access to shops or services in another statistical region that are closer to the person's residence than the same shops and services in the region of residence or if there are no such shops or services in the region of residence.

31.08.2021

19/10/2020: Decree restricting the transition between statistical regions and the movement of people between 9pm and 6am. The decree restricts the movement of people (between 9 pm and 6 am) in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19; except in the case of: a) elimination of imminent danger to health; life and property b) arrival and departure for work and performance of urgent work tasks c) access and provision of emergency services. Exceptions to the transition between statistical regions: a) arrival and departure for work and performance of work tasks b) performing economic; agricultural and forestry activities c) elimination of imminent danger to health; life and property d) protection and assistance to persons in need of support or for the care or nursing of family members e) access to pharmacies; health and sanitation services and spa treatment f) access to foreign diplomatic and consular missions g) access to emergency services h) access to the performance of tasks related to the functioning of judicial; administrative and law enforcement authorities i) access to services for people with special needs j) performing maintenance work or seasonal work on a private facility or land for members of the same household; 14/12/2020: Crossing municipal borders within four statistical regions is allowed if you have the #Stay healthy application installed. Persons without a loaded application will be sent back to the municipality of residence by the police officers at the border between one municipality and another; but there will be no penalty; 15/02/2021: the restriction on movement between municipalities is lifted.

31.08.2021

Ordinance prohibiting: a) the movement and gathering of people in public places and areas b) the access to public places and areas c) the movement outside the municipality of permanent or temporary residence. Movement; access to and staying in a public place is permitted to individuals; subject to their maintaining a safe distance from other persons; for the following purposes (Article 3): a) arriving to and departing from work and performing work tasks b) carrying out economic; agricultural and forestry activities c) addressing the imminent threat to health; life and property d) protection and assistance to persons in need of support or care of family members e) access to pharmacies; health and sanitary services f) access to foreign diplomatic and consular missions g) access to emergency services h) access to the performance of tasks related to the functioning of judicial authorities i) access to services for people with disabilities.

31.08.2021

Slovenia's border with Italy - health checks of passengers introduced. Non-Slovenian nationals and persons without permanent or temporary residence in Slovenia subject to health checks when crossing the border. They are required to submit certificates issued by a competent authority and indicating that they tested negative for the coronavirus. The certificate must be issued in the Slovenian; English or Italian languages and must not be older than three days. Persons without proper certificates may be denied entry into the territory of the Republic of Slovenia. No restrictions for Slovenian citizens.

20.04.2021

The Government issued the Ordinance on the temporary restriction of movement of people and on the prohibition of gathering of people

17.05.2020

National movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 30 April 2020 to TBD

As of 16th March public transport stopped (bus, train, funiculars, cable cars, ski lifts ). As of 20 March to the shops, farmacies , worklplace and other urgent errands only individually. On public areas only in group of max 5 people if from the same household. As of 30 March movement out of municipality prohibited. As of 18 April a new movement restriction decree has entered into force, easing certain measures. Those who own land and facilities in other municipalities are allowed to carry out the work there, but must carry a special statement with them. Multiple outdoor sports activities are allowed again. As of 30 April movement between municipalities is again allowed, and municipalities can still restrict access to their areas. Gatherings of people remain prohibited. As of 11 May restarting the public transport following the guidelines.

International movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 30 April 2020 to TBD

As of 10 March the traffic (trucks, busses, trains) stopped between Slovenia and Italy except for the transport of posstal items, medicine protective equipment , medical supply and humanitarian aid. Small border crossings with Croatia and Austria closed. AS of 15 May compulsory 2-week quarantine only for people coming from third countries