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Total doses
given
3M
People fully
vaccinated
-
% Fully
vaccinated
-
Masks
Not required
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): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

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10.08.2022

Decree on the temporary ban on gathering people at public gatherings and public events and other events in public places; with exceptions; 18/05/2020: gatherings up to 50 persons allowed.

10.08.2022

All events cancelled; 23/05/2021: the gathering of people at organized public events and public gatherings is permitted under the conditions set out in the law governing public gatherings.

10.08.2022

In regions where the number of newly infected persons in the last 14 days exceeds 140 per 100;000 inhabitants (red regions) all public events are prohibited; 15/02/2011: All large events; gatherings; celebrations; celebrations and weddings are still banned; 01/04/2021: extension of measures; 19/04/2021: the gathering of people at organized public gatherings is permitted under the conditions of the law governing public gatherings.

10.08.2022

All public events; public gatherings; celebrations; and wedding ceremonies are prohibited; 21/02/2022: no longer any restrictions on gatherings and public events.

10.08.2022

The use of public passenger transport is permitted to persons who submit to the contractor proof of compliance with the PCT condition. In the case of public regular services; special regular services; regular non-scheduled services and occasional services operated by vehicles of categories M2 and M3; the number of passengers shall be limited to the number of registered passengers in the vehicle less seats to the driver's right. behind the driver. In the public transport of persons in railway transport; the number of passengers is limited to the number of seats. In the public transport of passengers; the use of a protective mask is mandatory.; 14/05/2022: lifting of restrictions.

05.08.2022

Decision on the re-mandatory use of protective masks. Protective masks mandatory in enclosed public spaces and in public passenger transport; 19/09/2020: The use of a protective mask or other appropriate forms of protection of the oral and nasal area of the face when moving and staying in all closed public places or spaces as well as when moving and staying in open public places or spaces; if it is not possible to provide a distance of at least 2 meters. Exceptions: a) persons included in educational programs in institutions up to and including the 6th grade of primary school b) educators of pre-school children and educators of pre-school children-assistants in performing direct work with children c) teachers up to and including the 6th grade of primary school; if it is possible to provide at least 2 m of interpersonal distance in educational activities d) pupils from the 7th grade of primary school onwards and secondary school pupils; if it is possible to provide at least 1.5 m of interpersonal distance in educational activities e) persons performing organized sports practice; 17/10/2020: Amendment to the Decree on movement and restraint stipulating the obligation to wear protective masks (or other forms of protection of the oral and nasal area of the face such as scarf or similar form of protection covering the nose and mouth) also in open public places and spaces and in personal vehicles in those statistical regions where the data show that the number of infected in the last 14 days per 100;000 population is higher than 140; 10/07/2021: Masks are mandatory in all closed public spaces; on public transport; in open public spaces or outside; if a distance of at least 1;5 metres is not maintained and in personal vehicles. Exceptions: a) children younger than six years of age b) primary school pupils up to and including the 5th grade;but only when they are in their classrooms c) preschool teachers and their assistants when they interact with children d) teachers at higher vocational colleges and universities if they lecture behind a protective barrier made of glass or a similar material e) speakers in enclosed public places or premises if an interpersonal distance of at least 2 metres is provided and if they meet the RVT* condition f) persons practicing individual sports if a distance of at least three metres is maintained g) persons or members of the same household when taking a walk on green spaces or practicing sports or recreational activities if a distance of at least 1;5 metres is maintained at all times h) in personal vehicles when more than one person or member of the same household is in the vehicle i) direct communication with deaf and hard-of-hearing people (if it is possible to maintain a distance of two metres) and Slovenian sign language interpreters; 01/11/2021: the use of a protective mask is mandatory despite the fulfilment of the recovered/vaccinated rule: a) in healthcare; education and social care activities; and b) in activities and in the provision of all services where interpersonal contact occurs; 08/11/2021: only a surgical mask or a FFP2 mask is recognised and approved for use as a protective mask; fabric masks are no longer approved for use in prescribed places.; 21/02/2022: The use of a protective surgical mask type II or IIR; a mask type FFP2 or a mask type FFP3 is mandatory when moving and staying in all enclosed public places.; 14/04/2022: Indoor mask mandate ends; face masks are now only compulsory in only in hospital and care facilities.

03.08.2022

Ordinance on the mandatory disinfection of multi-apartment buildings as one of the measures to contain and control the epidemic of the new coronavirus. The decree stipulates mandatory disinfection of equipment in common areas in or next to a multi-apartment building at least twice a day. The frequency of disinfection depends on the number of individuals living in the apartment building. 08/01/2021: Guidance from NIPH intended for cleaning and disinfection of premises (e.g. offices; offices; post offices; shops; etc.). The recommendations include cleaning; disinfection and waste management.

26.07.2022

Decree temporarily prohibiting the offer and sale of goods and services directly to consumers; including sports.

26.07.2022

Revised ordinance on restrictions on offering and selling goods and services to consumers; prohibiting the provision of certain services in the field of tourism directly to consumers; including wellness and fitness centers; swimming pools and water activities.

26.07.2022

All sport and exercise; as well as sports training courses are prohibited. Trainings are only allowed for: top sports athletes (international; world- or Olympic-class) and athletes in age groups cadets and juniors; who are members of national teams. Sport and exercise outdoors are allowed within the region of residence for individuals; immediate family members or members of the same household; provided that appropriate distance is ensured.

26.07.2022

All sports competitions; whether for recreational athletes or registered athletes; are to be allowed. The presence of viewers in competitions is also possible again; in line with the restrictions in force (up to a maximum of 50 participants). Sport recreational activities may be carried out individually or in groups up to a maximum of 50 participants; 30/06/2021: no more restrictions on the sports training process. sports and recreational activities may be carried out individually or in a group without limiting the number of trainees. The presence of spectators at events is no longer limited to the number of available seats; nor is the mandatory use of a protective mask prescribed. Evidence of a negative result of PCR test or rapid antigen test or of vaccination is required; 08/07/2021: negative SARS-CoV-2 virus test by PCR or rapid antigen test; which must be submitted by athletes and members of their teams participating in competitions; other organizational staff involved in the conduct of competitions; and spectators in order to participate in competitions; should not be older than 48 hours; 08/11/2021: the organisation of public sports events is allowed only in spaces with fixed seating; whereby every other seat must be left vacant; the use of face masks is mandatory; and all participants must comply with the recovered/vaccinated/tested rule; 24/12/2021: The maximum number of participants in public sports events is 750; 21/03/2022: All sports competitions; in both recreational and professional sports; are permitted. Recreational sports can be practised individually or in groups.

07.07.2022

It is forbidden to gather more than 10 people. In regions where the number of newly infected persons in the last 14 days exceeds 140 per 100;000 population (red regions); public gatherings are prohibited; 20/10/2020: the gathering of more than 6 people is temporarily prohibited.

07.07.2022

Gathering of people is temporarily prohibited. Gatherings are allowed for immediate family members or members of the same household (subject to restrictions and prohibitions); 07/01/2021: the measures on the temporary restriction of movement and the ban on collection have been extended until 15/01/2021; 15/02/2021: Gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed.

07.07.2022

The Government issued the Ordinance on the temporary restriction of movement of people and on the prohibition of gathering of people to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

07.07.2022

The Ordinance on the temporary prohibition of gatherings of people permits the gathering of no more than 10 people unless they are close family members or members of the same household. The organization of public events and gatherings limited to a maximum of 10 people is permitted (while observing the conditions stipulated by the Public Assembly Act and certain restrictions).; 06/11/2021: gatherings are temporarily prohibited; and are only permitted for groups of persons who are immediate family members or share the same household; 24/12/2021: on 24; 25 and 31 December 2021 and 1 January 2022; a group of persons may be allowed to gather if they are members of a maximum of three households. 21/02/2022: There are no longer any restrictions on gatherings; public events and assembly in Slovenia due to coronavirus.

30.03.2022

All sports competitions; whether for recreational athletes or registered athletes; are to be allowed. The presence of viewers in competitions is also possible again; in line with the restrictions in force (up to a maximum of 50 participants). Sport recreational activities may be carried out individually or in groups up to a maximum of 50 participants; 30/06/2021: no more restrictions on the sports training process. sports and recreational activities may be carried out individually or in a group without limiting the number of trainees. The presence of spectators at events is no longer limited to the number of available seats; nor is the mandatory use of a protective mask prescribed. Evidence of a negative result of PCR test or rapid antigen test or of vaccination is required; 08/07/2021: negative SARS-CoV-2 virus test by PCR or rapid antigen test; which must be submitted by athletes and members of their teams participating in competitions; other organizational staff involved in the conduct of competitions; and spectators in order to participate in competitions; should not be older than 48 hours; 08/11/2021: the organisation of public sports events is allowed only in spaces with fixed seating; whereby every other seat must be left vacant; the use of face masks is mandatory; and all participants must comply with the recovered/vaccinated/tested rule; 24/12/2021: The maximum number of participants in public sports events is 750; 21/03/2022: All sports competitions; in both recreational and professional sports; are permitted. Recreational sports can be practised individually or in groups.

21.03.2022

Decision on the re-mandatory use of protective masks. Protective masks mandatory in enclosed public spaces and in public passenger transport; 19/09/2020: The use of a protective mask or other appropriate forms of protection of the oral and nasal area of the face when moving and staying in all closed public places or spaces as well as when moving and staying in open public places or spaces; if it is not possible to provide a distance of at least 2 meters. Exceptions: a) persons included in educational programs in institutions up to and including the 6th grade of primary school b) educators of pre-school children and educators of pre-school children-assistants in performing direct work with children c) teachers up to and including the 6th grade of primary school; if it is possible to provide at least 2 m of interpersonal distance in educational activities d) pupils from the 7th grade of primary school onwards and secondary school pupils; if it is possible to provide at least 1.5 m of interpersonal distance in educational activities e) persons performing organized sports practice; 17/10/2020: Amendment to the Decree on movement and restraint stipulating the obligation to wear protective masks (or other forms of protection of the oral and nasal area of the face such as scarf or similar form of protection covering the nose and mouth) also in open public places and spaces and in personal vehicles in those statistical regions where the data show that the number of infected in the last 14 days per 100;000 population is higher than 140; 10/07/2021: Masks are mandatory in all closed public spaces; on public transport; in open public spaces or outside; if a distance of at least 1;5 metres is not maintained and in personal vehicles. Exceptions: a) children younger than six years of age b) primary school pupils up to and including the 5th grade;but only when they are in their classrooms c) preschool teachers and their assistants when they interact with children d) teachers at higher vocational colleges and universities if they lecture behind a protective barrier made of glass or a similar material e) speakers in enclosed public places or premises if an interpersonal distance of at least 2 metres is provided and if they meet the RVT* condition f) persons practicing individual sports if a distance of at least three metres is maintained g) persons or members of the same household when taking a walk on green spaces or practicing sports or recreational activities if a distance of at least 1;5 metres is maintained at all times h) in personal vehicles when more than one person or member of the same household is in the vehicle i) direct communication with deaf and hard-of-hearing people (if it is possible to maintain a distance of two metres) and Slovenian sign language interpreters; 01/11/2021: the use of a protective mask is mandatory despite the fulfilment of the recovered/vaccinated rule: a) in healthcare; education and social care activities; and b) in activities and in the provision of all services where interpersonal contact occurs; 08/11/2021: only a surgical mask or a FFP2 mask is recognised and approved for use as a protective mask; fabric masks are no longer approved for use in prescribed places.; 21/02/2022: The use of a protective surgical mask type II or IIR; a mask type FFP2 or a mask type FFP3 is mandatory when moving and staying in all enclosed public places.;

21.01.2022

The organisation of public cultural events in open public spaces is not permitted; but it is permitted in closed public spaces with fixed seating; whereby every other seat must be left vacant; the use of face masks is mandatory; and all participants must comply with the recovered/vaccinated/tested rule. Hospitality establishments that provide music for dancing or a social programme are not permitted to operate; discotheques and similar establishments are not permitted to operate while the ordinance is in force. ;24/12/2021: public sports events are now allowed with a maximum number of 750 participants.

21.01.2022

The maximum number of participants in outdoor public; cultural and sporting events is 750.

21.01.2022

The maximum number of participants in public; cultural and sporting events is 750.

13.01.2022

In those statistical regions where the epidemiological picture is improving (Osrednjeslovenska; Goriška; Obalno-kraška and Gorenjska) it is allowed to open shops that mainly sell clothing and footwear (including grocery stores that have such supply); personal care and cleaning shops; including the sale of agricultural products on the farm. Shops that mainly sell sports equipment and motor vehicle shops may also be open; 09/02/2021: the list of non-essential shops and services has been broadened in regions with the improved epidemiological situation. Employees in shops are obliged to perform RAT once weekly and for some services ( e.g. cosmetic salons) also customers should provide the result of negative testing; 15/02/2021: more non-essential shops and services can open providing that the number of persons in enclosed public spaces in which carries out the activity of offering and selling goods and services to consumers; is limited to 30 square meters per individual customer or to one customer if the business premises are smaller than 30 square meters. If it is an open market; it is an activity offer and sell goods and services to consumers 10 square meters per customer; 24/05/2021: the number of persons indoors in which the activity of offering and selling goods and services to consumers is carried out is limited to 10 m2 per individual customer or to one customer if the business premises are less than 10 m2. At the same time; it is necessary to continue to provide 20 m2 per individual customer in the entire shopping center.The fair activity is released under the condition of testing employees; ensuring one-way movement of visitors; and the number of persons in the space where the fair activity is carried out is limited to 10 m2 per individual visitor. The limit on the number of persons does not apply to persons who have not yet reached the age of 18 and are together with close family members or guardians of the premises in which the fair activity is carried out; and to persons in need of escort. When carrying out fair activities in the interior; the PCT condition (patients; vaccinated; tested) is determined for consumers; 07/06/2021: with the Decree on the temporary ban on offering and selling goods and services to consumers in the Republic of Slovenia; the Government releases restrictions on the provision of chimney sweeping services and construction works; and partly also on congress activities; 18/06/2021: further relaxing of conditions for non-essential shops; 08/11/2021: 10 m2 of floor space must be provided for each visitor to a shop with basic everyday necessities; and the maximum number of persons who are permitted to be in the shop at the same time must be displayed at the entrance; 23/12/2021: The number of customers in stores where the activity of offering and selling goods is carried out is limited to 10 m 2 per customer or to one customer if the store is less than 10 m 2 . Shopping centers must provide 10 m 2 per customer in the entire shopping center; while respecting the limit for each store within the shopping center. In front of the entrance to the shopping center and individual store; the maximum number of customers that may be present at the same time must be published in a visible place.

13.01.2022

The use of public passenger transport is permitted to persons who submit to the contractor proof of compliance with the PCT condition. In the case of public regular services; special regular services; regular non-scheduled services and occasional services operated by vehicles of categories M2 and M3; the number of passengers shall be limited to the number of registered passengers in the vehicle less seats to the driver's right. behind the driver. In the public transport of persons in railway transport; the number of passengers is limited to the number of seats. In the public transport of passengers; the use of a protective mask is mandatory.

13.01.2022

All public events; public gatherings; celebrations; and wedding ceremonies are temporarily prohibited.

13.01.2022

The Ordinance on the temporary prohibition of gatherings of people permits the gathering of no more than 10 people; unless they are close family members or members of the same household. The organisation of public events and gatherings limited to a maximum of 10 people is permitted (while observing the conditions stipulated by the Public Assembly Act and certain restrictions); 06/11/2021: gatherings are temporarily prohibited; and are only permitted for groups of persons who are immediate family members or share the same household; 24/12/2021: on 24; 25 and 31 December 2021 and 1 January 2022; a group of persons may be allowed to gather if they are members of a maximum of three households.

25.11.2021

In orange statistical regions; the exemption of catering for food and beverages and serving on terraces and gardens of catering establishments is allowed. The personal collection of goods; food or drink at collection points; including the sale of agricultural products on the farm; is allowed without a time limit. Offering and selling goods and services to consumers at a distance is still allowed everywhere; as well as performing activities of preparation and serving of food and beverages in organizations that perform catering activities for their employees or for delivery to final consumers; 10/05/2021: In all statistical regions; under the condition of employees and consumers being recovered; vaccinated or tested; it is allowed to perform catering activities of preparation and serving of food and beverages inside catering establishments. The number of persons in enclosed public spaces in which the activity of offering and selling goods and services to consumers is carried out is limited to 20 m2 per individual customer; 18/06/2021: further relaxing of conditions for cafes and restaurants: the number of persons in public spaces in which the activity of offering and selling goods and services to consumers is carried out is limited to 10 square meters per individual customer or to one customer if the business premises are less than 10 square meters. The number of persons in enclosed public spaces or in open areas with fixed seats is limited to 75% of the occupancy of the seating capacity. One seat must be free between persons; except between persons from a common household. These restrictions do not apply to open areas where there are no fixed seats; where there must be a distance of at least 1 meter between the installed seats; except between persons from the joint household. The interpersonal distance between persons not in the seats must be at least 1.5 meters; except between persons from the joint household; 30/06/2021: the restriction of 10 m2 per individual customer in public spaces in which the activity of offering and selling goods and services to consumers is carried out is removed; 26/07/2021: In catering establishments offering music for dancing or a social program; and in premises where catering is carried out the activity of preparing and serving food and beverages can only be for consumers who meet the PCT condition. Evidence of a negative SARS-CoV-2 virus test with a PCR test must not be older than 72 hours after swab collection; and evidence with a HAG test must not be older than 48 hours after swab collection. This condition does not apply to outdoor areas where the catering activity of preparation and serving of food and beverages is carried out; if a distance of at least three meters between the edges of the tables is provided; 08/11/2021: in hospitality establishments (bars and restaurants); services can be provided to customers between 5:00 and 22:00; but customers must be seated; in addition to a notice requiring compliance with the recovered/vaccinated/tested rule; the maximum number of persons who can be in the establishment at the same time must be displayed at the entrance.

25.11.2021

The number of persons who collectively exercise religious freedom indoors is limited to one participant per 30 square meters of indoor space; or more participants in the case of persons from a common household. If the religious building is less than 30 square meters; the number of persons is limited to one religious employee and a participant; or several participants in the case of persons from a common household. The interpersonal distance between the participants must be at least 1.5 meters; except between persons from the same household; 06/05/2021: Change to 20 square meters per person; 03/06/2021: The number of persons collectively exercising religious freedom indoors and outdoors is restricted per one participant per 10 square meters or more participants in the case of persons from a common household. Participants who; in the collective exercise of religious freedom also used indoors and outdoors fixed seats; may be present in this part of the enclosed space or open area up to 50% of occupancy capacity seats and the interpersonal distance between them must be at least 1.5 meters; except between persons from a common household. This restriction does not apply to enclosed space and open surface or part of an enclosed space or open areas where there are no seats or they are placed; where it must be between the participants or between the installed seats at least 1.5 meters apart; except between persons from the joint households; 18/06/2021: Indoors and open areas; a maximum of 100 participants is allowed; provided that a distance of at least 1.5 meters between them can be ensured; except between persons from the joint household; 08/11/2021: the collective exercise of religious freedom is permitted provided that participants comply with the recovered/vaccinated/tested rule; wear protective masks and maintain a distance of 1.5 metres between each other.

25.11.2021

The number of persons in enclosed public spaces in which the activity of offering library; museum or gallery services to end-users is performed is limited to one end user per 30 square meters of enclosed public space or to one user if the enclosed public space is less than 30 square meters. The number of persons in fenced open public areas with immovable cultural heritage; where the service of access and viewing of cultural heritage is offered without organized guidance to end-users; is limited to one user per 30 square meters of fenced open public space or to one user if fenced open public area less than 30 square meters. ; 22/04/2021: Theater; musical and dance activities for end-users is only allowed on condition that performers provide test; vaccines and convalescent certificate; 06/05/2021: The number of persons in enclosed public spaces libraries; archives; museums or galleries as well as cinemas and theatres is limited to one end-user per 20 square meters of enclosed public space or several end-users in the case of persons from a common household; 17/05/2021: Gambling halls may operate again. The working hours and conditions of entry into indoor premises in the gaming sector and in catering establishments (accessible only to reconvalescents; vaccinated; tested) are between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. Gambling halls may offer up to 50% of their available capacity. The gathering of persons in cultural institutions is allowed according to the square footage of the premises and the restriction of the collection of up to 50 persons. Outdoor or indoor cultural events may take place under the following conditions: a) the provision of seating places is mandatory b) seating places may; taking into account the instructions of the NIJZ; be 50% occupied c) employees need to continue testing once a week d) visitors may attend an event subject to the condition of PCT (except for any persons younger than 18 years of age accompanied by adults) e) limitation to square footage and limits of gatherings for cultural events does not apply; 07/06/2021: relaxing restrictions in entertainment venues; 18/06/2021: Indoors and open entertainment and cultural areas; a maximum of 100 participants is allowed; provided that a distance of at least 1.5 meters between them can be ensured; except between persons from the joint household; 30/06/2021: lifting of restrictions for libraries; archives; museums and galleries; for public cultural events and for offering services of access and viewing of cultural heritage in fenced public areas with immovable cultural heritage. However; it is still considered that the use of certain services requires compliance with the PCT condition and that all activities must follow the recommendations of the National Institute of Public Health; 23/07/2021: obligation for organisers or holders of public cultural events to ensure compliance with the PCT condition at end-users at public cultural events; by checking its fulfillment before entering the space or area where the public cultural event takes place. The test must not be older than 72 hours from the swab collection; 26/07/2021: In casinos; gaming venues; and catering establishments offering music for dancing or social programs; only consumers who meet the PCT condition are allowed. Evidence of a negative SARS-CoV-2 virus test with a PCR test must not be older than 72 hours after swab collection; and evidence with a rapid antigen test must not be older than 48 hours after swab collection. This condition does not apply to outdoor areas.

25.11.2021

Gathering people at organized public events and public gatherings of more than 100 participants is allowed if the participants meet the so-called PCT condition (sick; vaccinated; tested); 23/07/2021: the organizer of a public event or public meeting must check at the entrance to the event or meeting whether the participants of the event or meeting meet the PCT condition. A person who does not meet these conditions is not allowed to participate in the event or meeting by the organizer. The organizer must inform the participants of the event or meeting in a visible place by written notice that the fulfillment of the PCT condition is obligatory for participation in the event or meeting.

25.11.2021

The number of persons indoors and outdoors remains limited to one participant per 10 square meters; or more participants in the case of persons from a common household; but not more than 100 participants. The interpersonal distance between the participants must be at least 1.5 meters ; except between persons from the joint household. The for participants in events and gatherings use of protective masks is mandatory indoors; 23/07/2021: the organizer of a public event or public meeting must check at the entrance to the event or meeting whether the participants of the event or meeting meet the PCT condition. A person who does not meet these conditions is not allowed to participate in the event or meeting by the organizer. The organizer must inform the participants of the event or meeting in a visible place by written notice that the fulfillment of the PCT condition is obligatory for participation in the event or meeting.

22.09.2021

In the statistical regions Podravska; Koroška; Savinjska; Zasavska; Posavska; Jugovzhodna Slovenija; Osrednjeslovenska; Primorsko-Notranjska and Gorenjska; under certain conditions; it is allowed to perform the catering activity of preparing food and beverages and serving on the terraces and gardens of catering establishments and offering accommodation services in accommodation establishments of up to 30 accommodation units; regardless of the size of the accommodation establishment. The latter is only allowed under the condition of consumer testing or proof of illness or proof of vaccination.

22.09.2021

Decree on the temporary ban on gathering people at public gatherings and public events and other events in public places; with exceptions.

10.09.2021

Maximum of 10 people allowed in public gatherings. Also indoors there can stay one person per 30 square metres and outdoors one person per 10 square metres; always keeping a 1.5-metre distance between people. For museums and libraries; the 10 participants limit is not in place.

10.09.2021

The Government issued the Ordinance on the temporary restriction of movement of people and on the prohibition of gathering of people. All events; gatherings; celebrations; weddings and religious ceremonies are temporarily prohibited.

10.09.2021

Decree allowing gatherings of up to 50 people; if it is possible to ensure minimal contact between people in accordance with the adopted instructions of the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ). In an organized gathering of people (e.g. public events); the organizer must ensure the measures of the NIJZ and also make sure that people respect these measures.

10.09.2021

All sports events and other events with more than 500 participants are held without spectators; including the Vitranc Cup and ski jumping in Planica.

10.09.2021

Up to 200 people allowed to gather in public places.

10.09.2021

The number of persons in indoor and outdoor gatherings is limited to 100 participants.

10.09.2021

The gathering of persons in cultural institutions is allowed according to the square footage of the premises and the restriction of the collection of up to 50 persons. Outdoor or indoor cultural events may take place under the following conditions: i) seating places are mandatory; ii) seating places should be 50% occupied; iii) employees need to continue testing once a week; iv) visitors may attend an event subject to the condition of RVT (recovered; vaccinated; tested - except for any persons <18 years of age accompanied by adults). Limitation to square footage and limits of gatherings for cultural events does not apply.

09.09.2021

Decree on the basis of the Infectious Diseases Act; temporarily banning the offer and sale of goods and services directly to consumers in the Republic of Slovenia; including cinematographic; cultural; gambling and other similar activities.

09.09.2021

Museums; libraries and galleries can be opened; 21/09/2020: decree temporarily prohibiting the provision of certain services in the field of tourism directly to consumers (discos and nightclubs). Also; entertainment venues can only prepare or serve food and drinks from 6 am to 10.30 pm; even though they may be open outside these hours. ; 16/11/2020: Decree temporarily prohibiting the provision of cultural and cinematographic services directly to end-users. This does not apply to libraries.

09.09.2021

Closure of cinemas and prohibition of cultural events. It is possible to offer access and viewing of cultural heritage without organized guidance in fenced open public areas taking into account all hygiene recommendations (limited to one person per 30 square metres).

09.09.2021

Closure of entertainment venues.

09.09.2021

Decree temporarily prohibiting the offer and sale of goods and services directly to consumers; including sports.

09.09.2021

Revised ordinance on restrictions on offering and selling goods and services to consumers; prohibiting the provision of certain services in the field of tourism directly to consumers; including wellness and fitness centers; swimming pools and water activities.

09.09.2021

Prohibited operation of ski lifts on ski slopes.

09.09.2021

The gathering of persons in cultural institutions is allowed according to the square footage of the premises and the restriction of the collection of up to 50 persons. Outdoor or indoor cultural events may take place under the following conditions: i) seating places are mandatory; ii) seating places should be 50% occupied; iii) employees need to continue testing once a week; iv) visitors may attend an event subject to the condition of RVT (recovered; vaccinated; tested - except for any persons <18 years of age accompanied by adults). Limitation to square footage and limits of gatherings for cultural events does not apply.

09.09.2021

The number of persons in indoor and outdoor gatherings is limited to 100 participants.

09.09.2021

All public gatherings over 10 people are prohibited (events (eg cultural; sports; concerts; weddings and religious rites are prohibited).

09.09.2021

All public gatherings over 10 people are prohibited (events (eg cultural; sports; concert; weddings and religious rites are prohibited). ; 15/02/2011: Gatherings of up to 10 people are still allowed. All larger events; gatherings; celebrations; celebrations and weddings are still temporarily banned.

09.09.2021

National security council banned all public gatherings in closed spaces with 100 people or more; sports and other events with over 500 participants will be performed without spectators.

09.09.2021

Government banned all public gatherings in closed spaces with 500 people or more.

09.09.2021

The Government issued the Ordinance on the temporary restriction of movement of people and on the prohibition of gathering of people to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

09.09.2021

It is forbidden to gather more than 10 people. In regions where the number of newly infected persons in the last 14 days exceeds 140 per 100;000 population (red regions); public gatherings are prohibited; 20/10/2020: the gathering of more than 6 people is temporarily prohibited.

09.09.2021

Gathering of people is temporarily prohibited. Gatherings are allowed for immediate family members or members of the same household (subject to restrictions and prohibitions); 07/01/2021: the measures on the temporary restriction of movement and the ban on collection have been extended until 15/01/2021; 15/02/2021: Gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed.

09.09.2021

The National Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Slovenia has prepared instructions for the treatment of a person suspected of being infected with SARS-CoV-2 in old people's homes; special institutions for adults and home care centers.

09.09.2021

Preventive testing in nursing homes for staff starting on 23 Nov 2020.

09.09.2021

Decree temporarily prohibiting public transport of passengers on the territory of the Republic of Slovenia due to the containment and control of the COVID-19 epidemic; 15/12/2020: Decree determining the manner of carrying out public passenger transport on the territory of the Republic of Slovenia in order to contain and control the COVID-19 epidemic.

09.09.2021

All sport and exercise; as well as sports training courses are prohibited. Trainings are only allowed for: top sports athletes (international; world- or Olympic-class) and athletes in age groups cadets and juniors; who are members of national teams. Sport and exercise outdoors are allowed within the region of residence for individuals; immediate family members or members of the same household; provided that appropriate distance is ensured.

09.09.2021

Food and beverages are allowed on the terraces and gardens of restaurants in Jugovzhodna Slovenija and the Posavje statistical region. The following measures must be strictly observed: a) The catering activity may be carried out between 6 am and 7 pm b) Guests must leave the terraces and gardens no later than 30 minutes after the end of the permitted operation c) Service is allowed only behind tables and taking into account the distance between persons 1.5 meters and at least 3 meters between the edges of the tables d) A maximum of 4 people can sit at one table e) Guests are allowed to enter the closed part of the restaurant only for the use of toilet f) Employees and guests must have the mask installed at all times; guests only remove it when sitting at a table g) Employees must be tested once a week; except for those who have adequate evidence of vaccination or illness. NOTE: This measure started on 15 March 2021; but was interrupted from 1 to 11 April; when stricter measures were in place.

09.09.2021

In the red regions; where the number of newly infected in the last 14 days exceeds 140 per 100;000 inhabitants; catering activities in cafes; snack bars; bars; restaurants; preparation and serving of food and beverages are allowed in accommodation establishments; but only for guests staying overnight; from 6.00 to 22.30. In other catering establishments; only the delivery of food and drinks or personal collection is allowed. ; 15/03/2021: Food and beverages are allowed on the terraces and gardens of restaurants in Jugovzhodna Slovenija and the Posavje statistical region. The following measures must be strictly observed: a) The catering activity may be carried out between 6 am and 7 pm b) Guests must leave the terraces and gardens no later than 30 minutes after the end of the permitted operation c) Service is allowed only behind tables and taking into account the distance between persons 1.5 meters and at least 3 meters between the edges of the tables d) A maximum of 4 people can sit at one table e) Guests are allowed to enter the closed part of the restaurant only for the use of toilet f) Employees and guests must have the mask installed at all times; guests only remove it when sitting at a table g) Employees must be tested once a week; except for those who have adequate evidence of vaccination or illness.

09.09.2021

Ordinance temporarily prohibiting the offering and sale of goods and services to consumers.

09.09.2021

Collective religious exercises in places of worship are prohibited.

09.09.2021

The operation of ski lifts on ski slopes is prohibited.

09.09.2021

It is possible to carry out sports and recreational activities of an individual nature (eg running; cycling; golf; yoga) or to carry out such sports and recreational activities; and with other individuals (e.g. tennis; badminton; bowling).

31.08.2021

Decree temporarily prohibiting the offer and sale of goods and services directly to consumers; including catering services; decree expiring on 18/05/2020.

31.08.2021

Ordinance on the mandatory disinfection of multi-apartment buildings as one of the measures to contain and control the epidemic of the new coronavirus. The decree stipulates mandatory disinfection of equipment in common areas in or next to a multi-apartment building at least twice a day. The frequency of disinfection depends on the number of individuals living in the apartment building. 08/01/2021: Guidance from NIPH intended for cleaning and disinfection of premises (e.g. offices; offices; post offices; shops; etc.). The recommendations include cleaning; disinfection and waste management.

31.08.2021

When moving or staying in closed public spaces where services; under Article 3 of the Ordinance on the temporary general prohibition of movement and public gathering in public places and areas; are performed; in addition to maintaining a safe distance from others; it is mandatory to use protective masks or other means of protecting the mouth and nose area (scarf or other similar protection) that covers the nose and mouth; as is the use of protective gloves; 11/06/2020: Slovenia declares end of the epidemic; the use of face masks in all closed spaces; including all types of public transport; is now recommended.

31.08.2021

Decree temporarily prohibiting the offer and sale of goods and services directly to consumers; including catering; hairdressing; cosmetic and pedicure services; 20/04/2020: Reopening of stores selling mostly construction and installation materials; technical goods or furniture; specialized shops for selling motor vehicles and bicycles; dry cleaners and repair shops; the personal collection of goods or food at pick-up points ensuring minimum contact with consumers; hair and beauty salons; certain sports and recreational services; pet grooming salons.

31.08.2021

The Government adopts an ordinance on the temporary ban and restrictions on public transport of passengers in the Republic of Slovenia. The provision of regular public passenger transport; special regular passenger transport; non-scheduled regular passenger transport; occasional passenger transport and public rail passenger transport in domestic and international in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia traffic is prohibited.

20.04.2021

In enclosed public spaces; where the activity of offering library; museum or gallery services to end-users is carried out; in which; according to the criteria of the prescribed square footage; the combination of ten end users would not be allowed; a maximum of ten end users is allowed; if possible and with interpersonal distance of at least 1.5 meters. The number of persons in enclosed public spaces where the activity of offering archive services is carried out is limited to one end user.

17.12.2020

Offering and sale of goods and services directly to consumers in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia is temporarily prohibited. Several exceptions apply (e.g. grocery stores; including the sale of agricultural products on the farm; pharmacies; shops with medical devices and orthopedic devices; drugstores; markets; etc.) Personal collection of goods or food is allowed at the collection points; where minimal contact with consumers is guaranteed between 6.00 and 21.00. The number of persons in enclosed public spaces in which the offer and sale of goods and services is carried out is limited to 20 m2 per individual customer; or to 1 customer if the space is less than 20 m2.

19.05.2020

Ordinance on the temporary prohibition of public gathering at public meetings and public events and other events in public places in the Republic of Slovenia.

17.05.2020

Prohibition on mass gatherings of people in public places The movement of individuals in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia is not restricted; however, people are advised to consistently comply with all necessary protective measures. By way of exception, only individual groups of up to 50 people may gather at the same place at the same time, but only if they can maintain the required safety distance; this has been allowed by a government ordinance. Similar restrictions apply to people gathering at certain public institutions, such as theatres and cinemas, where up to 50 individuals may attend individual events at the same time, provided that they keep the required safety distance and adhere to other protective measures. In addition, accommodation providers with more than 30 rooms are open and available again, as are spa accommodations, wellness centres, gyms, swimming pools, and water activities. Until further notice, discos and night clubs remain closed, as do stores on Sundays and holidays, except for petrol stations and pharmacies, which may be open. Caution and observance of protective measures are also mandatory when using public transport In Slovenia, for the time being, the public transport system is fully adapted in order to reduce the potential risk of spreading infections between passengers. It is mandatory for passengers, inter alia, to wear a protective mask or other means of protecting the nose and mouth area throughout the whole duration of the transport. However, special care must be taken to not touch one’s mask while wearing it, as this could lead to contamination of one’s hands and the risk of spreading the infection to other passengers and objects in the vehicle. Passengers are to enter the bus through the second or back door with a valid ticket, and when entering the bus they must already be wearing a mask and must disinfect their hands, while always maintaining a distance of at least 1.5 meters between other passengers.