The Slovenia Times

New quarantine rule on border as of Monday


Ljubljana - Travellers who are ordered on entry to Slovenia to quarantine will no longer be able to cut their quarantine short with a PCR test under new rules adopted by the government last night that will take effect on Monday.

The decision comes after quarantine was cut short from ten to seven days this week, the Government Communications Office said.

To avoid quarantine on entry, travellers must have a valid Covid pass proving they are vaccinated, have recovered from coronavirus, or have had a negative PCR test in the past 48 hours or rapid antigen test in the past 24 hours.


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