EU citizens who enter the country will no longer be required to quarantine, provided they have not left the EU territory for a period of more than 2 weeks.
The Government of the Republic of Slovenia adopted an ordinance declaring the end of COVID-19 epidemic effective from 15 May, based on a joint assessment by healthcare professionals and the Government Slovenia is thus the first country in Europe to take this step.
Since the risk of spreading COVID-19 still persists, the general and specific measures adopted pursuant to the decision on the application of measures under the Communicable Diseases Act will continue to apply based on expert opinion until 31 May 2020.
The Slovenian Government adds that the current epidemiological situation makes it possible to ease measures that were urgent to contain and control COVID-19, but they cannot yet be totally lifted.
Its important to note that Slovenia will relax some of the measures it had put in place at its borders to prevent the virus being imported from abroad.
EU citizens who enter the country will no longer be required to quarantine, provided they have not recently left the European Union for a period of more than two weeks. All other foreign nationals who enter Slovenia will be required to quarantine for 14 days.