Covid pass will no longer be necessary to cross into Slovenia

Ljubljana – The government has decided passengers entering into Slovenia will no longer have to produce a Covid pass after having abolished the requirement that those in high-risk contact with an infected person no longer have to quarantine. The decree enters into force one day after it has been published in the Official Gazette. It is not yet clear when the next Official Gazette will be published. The Government Communications Office said Covid-19 was “no longer considered a quarantine disease” which is why there is no need for passengers to…

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