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

Other:

29.08.2022

Introduction of the RVT (Recovered - Vaccinated - Tested) rule to ensure maximum protection for all citizens rule for most activities. The RVT rule must be met by all employees and persons who work for an employer on any other legal basis or are self-employed. Recovered persons must produce proof of a positive PCR test result that is older than 10 days; unless a doctor determines otherwise; but not older than 180 days. The RVT rule can also be met by screening with the rapid antigen self-test; which is performed once a week at regular intervals. In this case; the means for testing are provided by the employer or self-employed person. In the event of non-compliance with the recovered/vaccinated/tested rule; the employer may apply measures in accordance with the regulation governing safety and health at work and the regulation governing employment relationships; and collective agreements. Verification of meeting the recovered/vaccinated/tested rule at the workplace shall be organised by the responsible persons carrying out or organising the work; 21/02/2022: Employees shall be deemed to meet the RVT condition for the performance of work if they are screened with the HAG test for self-testing. The RVT condition is met if the work is started after testing; which is not older than 48 hours from the swab collection; 14/05/2022: the RVT rule is no longer required.

29.08.2022

14/04/2022:face masks are now only compulsory in only in hospitals; prisons and healthcare facilities.

05.08.2022

14/04/2022: Indoor mask mandate ends; face masks are now only compulsory in only in hospitals; prisons and healthcare facilities.

03.03.2022

Introduction of the RVT (Recovered - Vaccinated - Tested) rule to ensure maximum protection for all citizens rule for most activities. The RVT rule must be met by all employees and persons who work for an employer on any other legal basis or are self-employed. Recovered persons must produce proof of a positive PCR test result that is older than 10 days; unless a doctor determines otherwise; but not older than 180 days. The RVT rule can also be met by screening with the rapid antigen self-test; which is performed once a week at regular intervals. In this case; the means for testing are provided by the employer or self-employed person. In the event of non-compliance with the recovered/vaccinated/tested rule; the employer may apply measures in accordance with the regulation governing safety and health at work and the regulation governing employment relationships; and collective agreements. Verification of meeting the recovered/vaccinated/tested rule at the workplace shall be organised by the responsible persons carrying out or organising the work; 21/02/2022: Employees shall be deemed to meet the RVT condition for the performance of work if they are screened with the HAG test for self-testing. The RVT condition is met if the work is started after testing; which is not older than 48 hours from the swab collection.

06.11.2021

Information for the public shared on Website of National Institute of Public Health. Information is regularly updated to reflect current circumstances.

08.10.2021

The National Institute of Public Health has prepared guidelines for the conduct of healthcare professionals and epidemiologists in relation to the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Information is regularly updated to reflect current circumstances.

31.08.2021

The Government adopted the ordinance on a temporary ban on the sale of goods and services to consumers in the Republic of Slovenia; 04/05/2020: production and repair services in the field of textile; footwear and leather activities and key production are also being opened. Photocopiers; photo studios; watchmakers and jewelers will be able to continue their activities. Activities will also be open in the area of massages and pedicures.

31.08.2021

Government declares COVID-19 epidemic throughout Slovenian territory.

31.08.2021

Slovenia declared an epidemic in accordance with Article 7 of the Contageous Diseases Act.

25.08.2021

Teleworking implemented; 30/03/2021: Employers invited to facilitate teleworking; as the economy anticipates the ninth anti-corona package (ACP9).

20.04.2021

The Government has issued an Ordinance banning the flight of general aviation aircraft with landings and departures to or from public airports and airfields