There are no longer any requirements for entrants from Vienna, Lower Austria, Burgenland and Salzburg, according to an amendment to Slovenia’s entry regulations that took effect Sunday.
Quarantine obligation falls away
Slovenia has relaxed its entry regulations for Austria. In future, when crossing the border, only proof must be presented that the entrant has previously stayed for at least five days in one of the aforementioned federal states.
Other federal states remain on Slovenia’s “red list
Meanwhile, the provinces of Carinthia, Styria, Upper Austria, Tyrol and Vorarlberg remain on the “red list” of coronavirus incidence areas. For those entering the country, this means a mandatory ten-day quarantine after entry, which may be terminated at the earliest after five days by a negative test, or the presentation of a negative PCR coronatest that is not older than 48 hours. There are special provisions, among others, for occupational travelers such as commuters, but also for transit through Slovenia.
Vaccinated persons can also enter the country without quarantine or testing (at least seven days after the second Biontech/Pfizer dose, at least 14 days after the second Moderna dose, at least 21 days after the first Astrazeneca dose, at least 14 days after the Johnson&Johnson vaccination, at least 14 days after the second Sputnik V, Sinovac or Sinopharm dose).
- source: vienna.at/picture: pixabay.com
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