The Slovenia Times

No more face masks at schools


Ljubljana - Kids and staff at schools no longer have to wear face masks as of today as the epidemiological situation in the country has been improving for a while. Masks remain obligatory at all the other indoor public spaces.

The latest measure, approved by the government last Thursday, applies to kindergartens, primary and secondary schools and universities.

Slovenia phased out a number of coronavirus restrictions on 21 February, including mandatory self-testing at schools and the Covid pass in most settings.

The Covid pass, or the convalescent-vaccinated-tested rule, only remains in place at health organisations, care homes and prisons.


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