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Changes to the lists of countries enter into force on Tuesday: certain parts of EU Member States, including Hungary, Austria and Croatia, on the red list, Italy on the orange list, Poland and Serbia on the green list

The Government has been briefed on the Assessment of the epidemiological situation in the EU Member States, the Schengen Area countries, the Balkan countries and the selected third countries, the Assessment of the epidemiological situation in countries and the European Commission's recommendation Re-open EU, and the definition of the criterion for a worsening epidemiological situation and the epidemiological trends in the cumulative 14-day incidence per 100,000 people prepared by the National Institute of Public Health. The Government has assessed the expert justification of the restrictions laid down in the Ordinance on imposing and implementing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at the external border crossings and at control points at the internal borders of the Republic of Slovenia and decided that these restrictions will continue to apply.

The green list (entry into Slovenia without quarantine)

With regard to the green list, the Government has taken into account the recommendations of the EU to the greatest extent possible (14-day incidence rate of less than 25 per 100,000 people).

The green list of countries (from 29 September 2020)

  • EU Member States and Schengen Area countries: Cyprus, Finland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Poland
  • third countries: Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Serbia, Uruguay

The red list (quarantine unless a person tests negative for COVID-19 or falls under exceptions)

The Government has taken into account the recommendations of the EU and the Robert Koch Institute to the greatest extent possible.

A total of 16 EU Member States and Schengen Area countries (in countries with uneven distribution of infections, only administrative units with a worsened epidemiological situation are on the list) and 114 third countries are on the red list.

The red list of countries (from 29 September 2020)

  • EU Member States and Schengen Area countries
  1. Austria (only individual administrative units): the administrative unit of Vienna, the administrative unit of Vorarlberg, the administrative unit of Tyrol
  2. Belgium (only individual administrative units): the administrative unit of Brussels, Bulgaria (only individual administrative units), the administrative unit of Blagoevgrad
  3. Croatia (only individual administrative units): the administrative unit of Brod-Posavina, the administrative unit of Dubrovnik-Neretva, the administrative unit of Lika-Senj, the administrative unit of Požega-Slavonia, the administrative unit of Šibenik-Knin, the administrative unit of Split-Dalmatia, the administrative unit of Virovitica-Podravina, the administrative unit of Zadar
  4. Czechia
  5. Denmark (only individual administrative units): the administrative unit of Hovedstaden, the capital region
  6. France (only individual administrative units): the administrative unit of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, the administrative unit of Brittany, the administrative unit of Centre-Val de Loire, the administrative unit of Corsica, the administrative unit of Hauts-de-France, the administrative unit of Île-de-France, the administrative unit of Normandy, the administrative unit of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, the administrative unit of Occitanie, the administrative unit of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, the French overseas territory of French Guiana, the French overseas territory of Guadeloupe, the French overseas territory of Saint Martin, the French overseas territory of Réunion
  7. Hungary (only individual administrative units): the administrative unit of Budapest, the administrative unit of Győr-Moson-Sopron
  8. Ireland (only individual administrative units): the administrative unit of Dublin
  9. Luxembourg
  10. The Netherlands (only individual administrative units): the administrative unit of North Holland, the administrative unit of South Holland, the administrative unit of Utrecht, the Dutch overseas territory of Aruba, the Dutch overseas territory of Sint Maarten, Portugal (only individual administrative units), the administrative unit of Lisbon
  11. Romania (only individual administrative units): the administrative unit of Bacău, the administrative unit of Bihor, the administrative unit of Brăila, the administrative unit of Brașov, the administrative unit of Bucharest, the administrative unit of Caraș-Severin, the administrative unit of Covasna, the administrative unit of Neamț, the administrative unit of Iași, the administrative unit of Ilfov, the administrative unit of Prahova, the administrative unit of Vâlcea, the administrative unit of Vaslui
  12. Spain
  13. Switzerland (only individual administrative units): the administrative unit of Fribourg, the administrative unit of Geneva
    • the administrative unit of Vaud, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (only individual administrative units), the British overseas territory of Gibraltar
  •  third countries:
  1. Afghanistan
  2. Albania
  3. Algeria
  4. Andorra
  5. Angola
  6. Argentina
  7. Armenia
  8. Azerbaijan
  9. Bahamas
  10. Bahrain
  11. Bangladesh
  12. Belize
  13. Belarus
  14. Benin
  15. Bolivia
  16. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  17. Brazil
  18. Burkina Faso
  19. Burundi
  20. Bhutan
  21. Chad
  22. Chile
  23. Montenegro
  24. Dominican Republic
  25. Egypt
  26. Ecuador
  27. Equatorial Guinea
  28. Eritrea
  29. Eswatini
  30. Ethiopia
  31. Philippines
  32. Gabon
  33. Gambia
  34. Ghana
  35. Guyana
  36. Guatemala
  37. Guinea
  38. Guinea-Bissau
  39. Haiti
  40. Honduras
  41. India
  42. Indonesia
  43. Iraq
  44. Iran
  45. Israel
  46. Jamaica
  47. Yemen
  48. South Africa
  49. South Sudan
  50. Cameroon
  51. Qatar
  52. Kazakhstan
  53. Kenya
  54. Kyrgyz Republic
  55. Colombia
  56. Comoros
  57. Congo
  58. Congo
  59. Kosovo
  60. Costa Rica
  61. Kuwait
  62. Lesotho
  63. Lebanon
  64. Liberia
  65. Libya
  66. Madagascar
  67. Malawi
  68. Maldives
  69. Mali
  70. Morocco
  71. Mauritania
  72. Mexico
  73. Moldova
  74. Mongolia
  75. Mozambique
  76. Namibia
  77. Nepal
  78. Niger
  79. Nigeria
  80. Nicaragua
  81. Oman
  82. Pakistan
  83. Panama
  84. Papua New Guinea
  85. Paraguay
  86. Peru
  87. Russia
  88. El Salvador
  89. Sao Tomé and Principe
  90. Saudi Arabia
  91. Senegal
  92. North Korea
  93. North Macedonia
  94. Sierra Leone
  95. Syria
  96. Côte d’Ivoire
  97. Somalia
  98. Central African Republic
  99. Suriname
  100. Tajikistan
  101. Tanzania
  102. Togo
  103. Trinidad and Tobago
  104. Turkey
  105. Turkmenistan
  106. Ukraine
  107. Uzbekistan
  108. Venezuela
  109. East Timor
  110. Zambia
  111. United States of America
  112. United Arab Emirates
  113. Cape Verde
  114. Zimbabwe

 

Entry into force of changes

These changes will enter into force on Tuesday, 29 September 2020.

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