Most of the measures lifted
it seems that we finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. Most of the measures to limit the spread of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) in Slovenia have been lifted.
From now on, entry to Slovenia is possible without any special rules. The same goes for the vaccinated-tested-recovered condition, which has been abolished in most of the activities connected with tourism.
Entry to Slovenia without restrictions
To enter Slovenia, it is no longer necessary to meet the vaccinated-tested-recovered condition. The quarantine at home has also been abolished. However, EU recommendations on the temporary restriction of non-essential travel, which apply to the arrival to Slovenia from third countries and are being implemented at the external Schengen border, are still in force.
Abolition of the vaccinated-tested-recovered condition
In Slovenia, the vaccinated-tested-recovered condition is no longer valid in tourism and hospitality, for cultural and sports events and in congress and fair activities, when visiting public spaces (such as museums and galleries), on ski slopes, in public transport and in most other activities.
Restrictions on public gatherings have also been lifted
As of 21 February 2022, there are no more restrictions on gatherings and public events, but it is necessary to follow the general rules of using protective masks, disinfection and interpersonal distance.