People Transiting Slovenia Must Show COVID Certificate From 29 August

By , 21 Aug 2021, 08:30 AM Travel
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STA, 20 August 2021 - Passengers transiting through Slovenia are not required to produce a Covid certificate only until 29 August, the government decided on Friday, extending its previous decision regarding transit passengers by a week.

To enter Slovenia without having to quarantine for ten days, the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule continues to apply.

Transit passengers, hauliers in international transport, children below 15 years of age, property owners on both sides of the border, and people who daily cross the border for work are exempted.

To prove the exemption applies, a passenger has to produce documentation proving their status to police officers on the border, or else they are ordered to quarantine.

If a foreigner does not have residence in Slovenia, they are allowed to enter only if they unequivocally prove they have a place to quarantine, the government said after its session.

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