An end to most Covid-19 restrictions
As of 21 February 2022, the RVT rule will no longer be required except in healthcare and social care institutions and in prisons.
Free testing with a rapid antigen test and a rapid antigen test for self-testing is abolished. The government budget will only pay for testing with a rapid antigen test for activities where this is still required. Self-testing in schools will not be required.
Measures that are still in place to contain the spread of COVID-19 infections:
- hygienic measures: sanitising, keeping social distance
If you are ill stay at home.
An end to Covid-19 restrictions on entering Slovenia and no more home quarantine
As of 19 February 2022, a person who has been in close contact with a person who tested positive in a coronavirus test will no longer have to quarantine at home. A person who has tested positive in a coronavirus test will still have to inform all those with whom he or she has been in close contact. It is recommended that persons who are in close contact with an infected pearson from their household self-test for 7 days.
As of 19 February 2022, restrictions due to Covid-19 no longer apply when entering Slovenia. This means that:
- the RVT (recovered/vaccinated/tested) condition no longer has to be met at the border and
- travellers will no longer be ordered to quarantine at home.
Wear a Face Mask
As of 14 March 2022 masks are no longer mandatory except in healthcare facilities.
For border crossing restrictions please check the website of the Slovenian Government.
For additional information on the current situation please check the website of the Slovenian Government:
TIC Ljubljana, Tourist information centre next to the Triple Bridge, is open from Monday to Friday 9:00-17:00, Saturdays 9:00-16:00, Sundays and public holidays 9:00-13:00.
Guided tours of the city are allowed.
Museums and galleries are open.