Entry to Slovenia now only with PCR test

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Slovenia is changing its coronavirus entry regulations: Starting tomorrow, entry from risk areas will only be possible with a negative PCR test, Health Minister Janez Poklukar said today. Until now, it was also possible to enter with a rapid test result. The PCR test must not be older than 48 hours.

The Slovenian list of risk areas currently includes all Austrian provinces except Vorarlberg. Without a negative PCR test, entrants must be quarantined for ten days. Fully vaccinated persons can avoid the quarantine obligation, for which they must present proof. Persons with proof of a positive test result older than 21 days but not older than six months, or with a medical certificate confirming that they have survived a covid infection, can also enter the country without any restrictions.

At the same time, the Slovenian government relaxed the regulations for farmers who cultivate their land on the other side of the border. For them, the testing requirement has been abolished. Previously, farmers had to carry a negative test no more than seven days old when crossing the border. For other groups that regularly cross the border, including commuters as well as schoolchildren, their parents and students, the weekly testing obligation remains in place.

source: orf.at/picture: pixabay.com

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