New quarantine rules for arrivals from red-listed countries

Ljubljana – People who come to Slovenia from countries listed as red and dark red but show proof that they have been vaccinated against Covid-19 or have recently recovered from the disease will no longer need to quarantine as of today. Digital Covid certificates from EU and third countries will be accepted. The rule will be in place for less than a week.

A 10-day quarantine requirement remains in place for foreigners without residence in Slovenia coming from red-listed areas.

To enter Slovenia, they will need to provide a negative PCR test and prove they have a place to stay for the 10-day period. Those who fail to do so will be denied entry.

Foreigners without residence in Slovenia coming from dark-red countries are not allowed to enter the country at all.

There are no changes for entry from the green-listed countries.

Persons entering Slovenia from orange-listed countries can enter without quarantine if they provide a digital Covid certificate from the EU or third countries. Otherwise they need to quarantine for 10 days.

Foreigners without residence in Slovenia will be allowed to enter the country and go into quarantine only if they prove they have a place to stay during the quarantine.

The new rules will last only a week. As of 15 July, the colour-coded lists of countries will be cast aside in favour of the requirement that all passengers who wish to enter the country will need to have a Covid certificate showing they have been vaccinated, tested or have recovered from coronavirus, regardless of where they come from.