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We are trying to contain the spread of new coronavirus infections by the use of entry restrictions and other measures at the borders of Slovenia. Thus, we wish to ensure the maximum safety of the national population and travellers to the country.

Certain restrictions apply for crossing the state borders and these depend on the country from which you are arriving in Slovenia. The National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) closely monitors the epidemiological situation in Slovenia and globally, and prepares evaluations of the epidemiological situation in every single country. On the basis of those evaluations, the Government determines the lists of countries that are subject to the various measures that apply for entering Slovenia.

Upon your return to Slovenia, observe the recommendations of the National Institute of Public Health and other measures applicable during the epidemic. We also point out that foreigners who enter Slovenia must comply with the regulations that temporarily restrict the gathering of people.

Information regarding transit and prior transit permits: Transit through Slovenia to another country – explanation.

The Police has launched a web application called Enter Slovenia to facilitate travelling to Slovenia. It is intended for passengers travelling to Slovenia or entering the country in order to transit through its territory. Using the application is not mandatory. 

In accordance with EU Council Recommendation 2020/912 on the temporary restriction of non-essential travel in the EU and the possible lifting of such restriction, including amendments to the Recommendation of 14 June 2021, Slovenia also allows entry for non-essential travel (including tourist travel).

Please note that tourist accommodation facilities in Slovenia are opened. For more information see Measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 infections.

The regime used for the Schengen countries also applies to Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican.

Border crossings are also possible outside the three checkpoints designated for international air traffic (Ljubljana - Jože Pučnik Airport, Maribor - Edvard Rusjan Airport and Portorož) for air traffic taking place within the EU and the Schengen area.

Proof upon entry

The following is accepted as proof upon entry into Slovenia:

  1. a negative PCR test provided that no more than 72 hours have passed since the swab was taken,
  2. a negative rapid antigen test provided that no more than 48 hours have passed since the swab was taken,
  3. a certificate of recovery (a certificate of positive PCR test result, which is more than ten days old, unless a doctor assesses otherwise, but no more than six months old, or a medical certificate confirming that the person has recovered from COVID-19 and that no more than six months have elapsed since the onset of symptoms;
  4. a certificate of vaccination demonstrating that:
    – at least seven days have elapsed since receiving the second dose of the Comirnaty vaccine produced by Biontech/Pfizer,
    – at least 14 days have elapsed since receiving the second dose of the COVID-19 Vaccine produced by Moderna,
    – at least 21 days have elapsed since receiving the first dose of the Vaxzevria (COVID-19 Vaccine) produced by AstraZeneca,
    – at least 14 days have elapsed since receiving a dose of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine produced by Johnson and Johnson/Janssen-Cilag,
    – at least 21 days have elapsed since receiving the first dose of the Covishield vaccine produced by the Serum Institute of India/AstraZeneca,
    - at least 14 days have elapsed since receiving the second dose of the Sputnik V vaccine produced by Russia’s Gamaleya National Centre of Epidemiology and Microbiology,
    – at least 14 days have elapsed since receiving the second dose of the CoronaVac vaccine produced by Sinovac Biotech,
    – at least 14 days have elapsed since receiving the second dose of the COVID-19 Vaccine produced by Sinopharm,
  5. a certificate of vaccination for persons who have recovered from COVID-19 (a certificate of recovery and proof that the person has been vaccinated with one dose of a vaccine referred to in the preceding point within eight months of a positive PCR test result or the onset of symptoms). The following combination shall be considered adequate proof: proof of vaccination with at least one dose and of a positive PCR test result, or proof of vaccination with at least one dose and a medical certificate of recovery from COVID-19.

A PCR test is deemed sufficient if performed in an EU member state, a Schengen Area country, Australia, Israel, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Serbia, the UK or the US, at check points on flight connections of international air transport, or in Turkey.

A rapid antigen test is deemed sufficient if performed in an EU member state, a Schengen Area country, Australia, Israel, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Serbia, the UK or the US, at check points on flight connections of international air transport, or also in Turkey, provided the test is on the common list of COVID-19 rapid antigen tests available at: https://ec.europa.eu/health/sites/default/files/preparedness_response/docs/covid-19_rat_common-list_en.pdf. Rapid antigen tests provided by any producer on the list are valid regardless of whether they are marked yellow or white.

A certificate of recovery is accepted if issued in an EU member state, a Schengen Area country, Australia, Israel, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Serbia, the UK or the US, at check points on flight connections of international air transport, or in Turkey.

Proof of vaccination (referred to in point 4) may be:

  • a filled-in card of the vaccine producer, or
  • an entry in the vaccine booklet, or
  • a certificate of vaccination (including a card issued upon vaccination).

Vaccinated persons can print out their vaccination certificate via the zVEM portal (access with a digital certificate) or smsPASS.

A vaccination certificate of a country with which Slovenia has not concluded an agreement or arrangement must contain at least the following information: name, surname, date of birth, personal identification number or health insurance number or other unique identifier, information on the type of vaccine (manufacturer, batch, dose number, date of vaccination) and information on the institution that issued the certificate or proof. The decree does not explicitly prescribe the language of certificates. In addition to certificates in Slovenian, valid certificates include those in the languages of the national minorities (Italian, Hungarian) in bilingual areas and the languages of countries recognised by mutual agreements or arrangements (Hungarian, Serbian). In order to avoid possible uncertainty at the border, we suggest that foreigners have their vaccination certificates translated into English or German. Until the EU digital COVID certificate comes into use, the proof must be in paper form.

Servicing decisions on quarantine at the state border

Persons who are not residents of Slovenia are ordered to quarantine at the address where they will actually stay. Any quarantine-related costs will be covered by the quarantined persons themselves. Foreign citizens who are not residents of Slovenia and cannot provide an address where they would stay in quarantine are not allowed entry into the country if appropriate quarantine accommodation capacities cannot be ensured.

Persons who intend to work in Slovenia shall be ordered to quarantine at the address stated in the employer’s certificate, submitted at the entry to Slovenia at the time of crossing the state border.

Lifting quarantine

A person ordered to quarantine at home upon entering Slovenia may end quarantine early by producing a negative PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2. Testing may only be performed from the fifth day of home quarantine.

Entry from the areas on the green list

A person arriving from an area on the green list may enter Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home. Upon entry they must provide proof of having resided in an area on the green list for at least five consecutive days prior to entry. The person is only required to provide proof that covers the period from their departure from Slovenia to their return to Slovenia if this period is shorter than five days. That means that someone who leaves Slovenia and returns to it in less than five days is not required to provide proof of an uninterrupted five-day stay on return, but only for the period of time that they were not in Slovenia. If they are not able to provide relevant proof, they are considered to have come from an area on the dark red list.

The green list of countries (valid from 19 June 2021)

EU member states/Schengen Area countries:

  1. Austria
  2. Bulgaria
  3. Czechia
  4. Denmark (only individual administrative units): the Region of Southern Denmark
  5. Finland
  6. France (only individual administrative units): administrative unit of Corsica and overseas territories of Martinique and Mayotte
  7. Greece (only individual administrative units): administrative units of North Aegean, Western Macedonia, Thrace, Epirus and Peloponnese
  8. Croatia (only individual administrative units): administrative unit of Pannonian Croatia
  9. Italy (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Piedmont, Liguria, Lombardy, Abruzzo, Molise, Apulia, Sardinia, Autonomous Province of Bolzano, Autonomous Province of Trento, Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany, Umbria, Marche and Lazio
  10. Malta
  11. Germany (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Bavaria, Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Hessen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saar, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Schleswig-Holstein and Thuringia
  12. Norway (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Rogaland, Møre og Romsdal, Nordland, Viken, Innlandet, Vestland and Trøndelag
  13. Poland
  14. Portugal (only individual administrative units): the Autonomous Region of Madeira
  15. Romania
  16. Slovakia
  17. Spain (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Galicia, the Valencian Community and the Balearic Islands

Third countries:

  1. Albania
  2. Australia
  3. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  4. Israel
  5. Japan
  6. South Korea
  7. Kosovo
  8. New Zealand
  9. Rwanda
  10. North Macedonia
  11. Singapore
  12. Serbia
  13. Thailand

Entry from the areas on the orange list of countries

A person arriving from an area on the orange list may enter Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home, if they provide a negative PCR or rapid antigen test, a certificate of recovery, a certificate of vaccination or a certificate confirming that they have recovered and have been vaccinated.

The orange list of countries (valid from 19 June 2021)

All countries that are not explicitly listed on the green, red and dark red lists are classified as orange.

EU member states/Schengen Area countries:

  1. Belgium
  2. Cyprus
  3. Denmark (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Capital Region of Denmark, Region Zealand, Central Denmark Region and North Jutland Region
  4. Estonia
  5. France (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Ile-de-France, Centre-Val de Loire, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Normandy, Hauts-de-France, Grand Est, Pays de la Loire, Brittany, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Occitanie, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur and the overseas territory of Guadeloupe
  6. Greece (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Attica, Aegean South, Crete, Central Macedonia, Western Macedonia, Thessaly, Ionian Islands, Western Greece and Central Greece
  7. Croatia (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Adriatic Croatia, the city of Zagreb and North Croatia
  8. Iceland
  9. Italy (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Aosta Valley, Campania, Basilicata and Calabria
  10. Latvia
  11. Lithuania
  12. Luxembourg
  13. Hungary
  14. Germany (only individual administrative units): administrative unit of Baden-Württemberg
  15. Norway (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Oslo, Vestfold og Telemark, Agder and Troms og Finnmark
  16. Portugal (only individual administrative units): administrative unit of Continental Portugal and the Autonomous Region of the Azores
  17. Spain (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Principality of Asturias, Cantabria, Basque Country, Foral de Navarra, Community of Madrid, Castile and León, Extremadura, Catalonia, the Region of Murcia, Ceuta, Melilla and Canary Islands
  18. Sweden (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Stockholm, East Middle Sweden, South Sweden, West Sweden and Middle Norrland
  19. Switzerland

Third countries:

  1. Montenegro

Entry from an area on the red list

A person arriving from an area on the red list is required to present a PCR test upon entering Slovenia (there is no possibility to submit a rapid antigen test). After they enter Slovenia, they must quarantine at home for 10 days.

The person will not be required to provide a PCR test and quarantine at home if they present a certificate of vaccination, a certificate of recovery or a certificate confirming that they have recovered and have been vaccinated.


		

Red list of countries (valid as of 19 June 2021)

EU member states/Schengen Area countries:

  1. Andorra
  2. France (only individual administrative units): the overseas territory of La Réunion
  3. The Netherlands
  4. Spain (only individual administrative units): administrative units of Andalusia, Aragon, La Rioja and Castilla–La Mancha
  5. Sweden (only individual administrative units): administrative units Smaland and the islands, North Middle Sweden and Upper Norrland

Third countries

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Algeria
  3. Angola
  4. Bahamas
  5. Bangladesh
  6. Belize
  7. Belarus
  8. Benin
  9. Burkina Faso
  10. Burundi
  11. Bhutan
  12. Chad
  13. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  14. Dominican Republic
  15. Djibouti
  16. Equatorial Guinea
  17. Eritrea
  18. Ethiopia
  19. Philippines
  20. Gabon
  21. Gambia
  22. Ghana
  23. Georgia
  24. Guyana
  25. Guatemala
  26. Guinea
  27. Guinea-Bissau
  28. Haiti
  29. Honduras
  30. Indonesia
  31. Iraq
  32. Yemen
  33. Jordan
  34. South Sudan
  35. Cameroon
  36. Qatar
  37. Kazakhstan
  38. Kenya
  39. Kyrgyzstan
  40. Comoros
  41. Cuba
  42. Liberia
  43. Libya
  44. Madagascar
  45. Mali
  46. Morocco
  47. Mauritania
  48. Mexico
  49. Niger
  50. Nigeria
  51. Nicaragua
  52. Oman
  53. Pakistan
  54. Panama
  55. Papua New Guinea
  56. Republic of the Congo
  57. Russia
  58. El Salvador
  59. Saudi Arabia
  60. Senegal
  61. North Korea
  62. Sierra Leone
  63. Côte d’Ivoire
  64. Somalia
  65. Central African Republic
  66. Saint Lucia
  67. Tajikistan
  68. Togo
  69. Turkey
  70. Turkmenistan
  71. Uzbekistan
  72. Venezuela
  73. East Timor
  74. United Arab Emirates

Entry from an area on the dark red list

A person arriving from an area on the dark red list is required to present a PCR test upon entering Slovenia (there is no possibility to submit a rapid antigen test). After they enter Slovenia, they must quarantine at home for 10 days.

The person will not be required to provide a PCR test and quarantine at home if they present a certificate of vaccination, a certificate of recovery or a certificate confirming that they have recovered and have been vaccinated.

Dark red list (valid as of 19 June 2021)

EU member states/Schengen Area countries:

  1. France (only individual administrative units): the overseas territory of Guiana
  2. Ireland
  3. Liechtenstein

Third countries:

  1. Argentina
  2. Bahrain
  3. Botswana
  4. Bolivia
  5. Brazil
  6. Chile
  7. Egypt
  8. Ecuador
  9. Eswatini
  10. India
  11. Iran
  12. South Africa
  13. Colombia
  14. Costa Rica
  15. Kuwait
  16. Lesotho
  17. Malawi
  18. Maldives
  19. Malaysia
  20. Mongolia
  21. Mozambique
  22. Namibia
  23. Nepal
  24. Paraguay
  25. Peru
  26. Seychelles
  27. Syria
  28. Sudan
  29. Suriname
  30. Sri Lanka
  31. Tanzania
  32. Trinidad and Tobago
  33. Tunisia
  34. Uruguay
  35. Zambia
  36. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  37. Cape Verde
  38. Zimbabwe

Exception to the quarantine and negative test 

Exceptions have been defined where no quarantine or negative test is required

Entry to Slovenia is thus allowed (if proof of the existence of these exceptions is produced) to the following categories of persons who are arriving from an area on the orange, red or dark red list :

  1. persons posted to carry out tasks in international transport* or returning from such tasks;
  2. persons engaged in trade who carry out the transport of goods or persons into the Republic of Slovenia or carry out the transport of goods and passengers in transit** and exit the Republic of Slovenia within 8 hours of entry, and persons engaged in trade who carry out the transport of goods or persons from the Republic of Slovenia and return to the Republic of Slovenia within 8 hours of exit;
  3. persons transiting** the territory of the Republic of Slovenia and exiting the Republic of Slovenia within 12 hours of entry;
  4. persons with diplomatic passports***;
  5. representatives of foreign security authorities (the police or a judicial authority) who carry out official tasks and exit the Republic of Slovenia as soon as possible after completing these tasks, and representatives of Slovenian security authorities (the police or a judicial authority) who carry out official tasks and return from a foreign country as soon as possible after completing these tasks;
  6. persons who have been transported to the Republic of Slovenia in an ambulance or other medical vehicle and the accompanying medical staff in said vehicle;
  7. children under the age of 15 who cross the border together with a close family member who has not been put under home quarantine or has not been refused entry to Slovenia, or in an organised group escorted by a teacher or caregiver who has not been ordered to quarantine at home or has not been denied entry to the Republic of Slovenia *****;
  8. members of the protection and rescue services, healthcare services, the police and firefighting services and other persons who carry out humanitarian transport or provide assistance in rescue missions and eliminate the consequences of natural disasters and return to Slovenia within 24 hours of crossing the border;
  9. members of the Slovenian Armed Forced returning from an international operation or mission;
  10. members of the police or employees of state authorities returning from secondment abroad and employees of state authorities and accredited journalists on a business trip abroad;
  11. persons who daily or periodically cross the border for reasons of education, training or scientific research in the Republic of Slovenia or an EU Member State or a Schengen Area country and provide sufficient proof thereof (this exception may be enforced if the person enters and exits the country in the same day);
  12. persons who own or lease land in the border area or on both sides of the state border and cross the state border with a neighbouring country for the purpose of carrying out agricultural and forestry work and return to Slovenia within 10 hours of crossing the border (this exception also applies to close family members**** and other people with a registered permanent or temporary residence at the same address when travelling together);
  13. someone who is crossing the border for emergency reasons related to the elimination of direct risk for health, life, property, material damage or for business reasons and are returning across the border within 12 hours after the entry;
  14. someone who transports a daily school student (point 11) and who returns across the border immediately after performing the transport.

*An exception for performing duties in the international transport sector applies to drivers of cargo vehicles. Drivers without a cargo vehicle who do not have a registered temporary or permanent residence in Slovenia, may claim an exception that applies to drivers in international transport (point 1 of paragraph one of Article 7 of the Ordinance). Drivers without a cargo vehicle who have a registered temporary or permanent residence in Slovenia cannot claim this exception.

** Transit means that a person must leave Slovenia within 12 hours and their travel must be accomplished without unnecessary and redundant stopping and leaving the transit route. Passengers can make necessary stops in transit, i.e. for refuelling and resting for physiological needs, but they cannot stay overnight. A person in transit must carry a valid travel document (also a visa or residential permit, when required) and a document proving the purpose and goal of transit (as of 14 July, only non-EU residents must submit a document proving the purpose and goal of transit; EU residents can submit a valid travel document). Entry to Slovenia shall not permitted to anyone for whom it is envisaged that they will be unable to exit the territory of Slovenia due to the measures in force in neighbouring countries.

*** People who received the laissez-passer travel document from international organisations and people with an invitation or certificate issued by the state authority of the Republic of Slovenia, who also prove their official purpose of their visit to Slovenia, shall be considered the same as diplomatic passport holders.

**** A close family member is a spouse, cohabiting partner, partner in a formal or informal civil union, divorced spouse or partner who, on the basis of a court order, is paying child support, and their parents and children.

***** If the child referred to in point 7 is travelling in the company of other family members (e.g. grandparents, uncle, aunt), the person accompanying the child is required to present a signed consent from the parents, legal representative or guardian upon entering Slovenia. 

Exceptions – no quarantine requirement for those presenting a negative PCR or rapid antigen test taken within the last seven days

The following persons arriving from an area on the orange, red or dark red list may enter the Republic of Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home if they provide a negative PCR or rapid antigen test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 taken within the last seven days:

  1. commuting cross-border workers who have an employment relationship in another EU Member State or Schengen Area country, of which they provide proof or a signed statement justifying the reason for crossing the border as a commuting cross-border worker, and who return within 5 days of crossing the border;
  2. persons posted to carry out tasks abroad or returning from such tasks in another EU Member State or Schengen Area country, of which they provide proof or a signed statement justifying the reason for crossing the border, and who return within no later than 5 days of crossing the border;
  3. persons who have a medical appointment in the Republic of Slovenia and exit the Republic of Slovenia immediately following their appointment. If a minor has a medical appointment, their guardian may enter Slovenia under the same conditions, provided that they are travelling together;
  4. persons who cross the border on family grounds to implement parental care and contact with children or to maintain contact with a spouse, cohabiting partner or a partner in a formal or informal civil union, provided that they return within 72 hours after crossing the border. This exception also applies to close family members and other pople with a registered permanent or temporary residence at the same address when travelling together.

A person who exercises an exception must produce proof of this exception to the police, otherwise they will be ordered to quarantine at home.

Exemption from quarantine if a negative PCR or rapid antigen test not older than three days from the day of the swab taking is produced

Entry to the Republic of Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home is also permitted to

  • a citizen of a European Union or Schengen Area member state who is coming from another European Union or Schengen Area member state where they had provided care of assistance to persons who require support or care from family members, performed maintenance work on a private facility or land they own, lease or use, provided that they return within 48 hours after crossing the border,

if they produce a negative PCR or rapid antigen test for the SARS-CoV-2 virus not older than 72 hours from the day of the swab taking.

In the part referring to maintenance work at a private facility or land, the exception also applies to close family members and other people with a registered permanent or temporary residence at the same address when travelling together.

A person who exercises an exception must produce proof of this exception to the police, otherwise they will be ordered to quarantine at home.

Crossing the state border with Croatia

The administrative unit of Pannonian Croatia is on the green list. The remaining three administrative units (Adriatic Croatia, the city of Zagreb and North Croatia) are on the orange list (valid from 19 June 2021).

A person arriving from an area on the green list may enter Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home. Upon entry they must provide proof of having resided in an area on the green list for at least five consecutive days prior to entry. The person is only required to provide proof that covers the period from their departure from Slovenia to their return to Slovenia if this period is shorter than five days. That means that someone who leaves Slovenia and returns to it in less than five days is not required to provide proof of an uninterrupted five-day stay on return, but only for the period of time that they were not in Slovenia. If they are not able to provide relevant proof, they are considered to have come from an area on the dark red list.

A person arriving from an area on the orange list may enter Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home, if they provide a negative PCR or rapid antigen test, a certificate of recovery, a certificate of vaccination or a certificate confirming that they have recovered and have been vaccinated.

Prior to entry to Croatia, passengers can send their data via a designated website of the Croatian Ministry of the Interior, i.e. Enter Croatia.

As of 15 June 2020, all border crossings for local border traffic on the border with Croatia are open. Slovenian and Croatian citizens and persons with the right to free movement as per union law can cross the state border at those border crossings.

Crossing the state border with Italy

The following administrative units are on the green list: Piedmont, Liguria, Lombardy, Abruzzo, Molise, Apulia, Sardinia, Autonomous Province of Bolzano, Autonomous Province of Trento, Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany, Umbria, Marche and Lazio.

The following administrative units are on the orange list: Aosta Valley, Campania, Basilicata and Calabria (valid from 19 June 2021).

A person arriving from an area on the green list may enter Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home. Upon entry they must provide proof of having resided in an area on the green list for at least five consecutive days prior to entry. The person is only required to provide proof that covers the period from their departure from Slovenia to their return to Slovenia if this period is shorter than five days. That means that someone who leaves Slovenia and returns to it in less than five days is not required to provide proof of an uninterrupted five-day stay on return, but only for the period of time that they were not in Slovenia. If they are not able to provide relevant proof, they are considered to have come from an area on the dark red list.

A person arriving from an area on the orange list may enter Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home, if they provide a negative PCR or rapid antigen test, a certificate of recovery, a certificate of vaccination or a certificate confirming that they have recovered and have been vaccinated.

The checkpoints on road connections in the border area with Italy are abolished on 28 April 2021.

Important notice: Please check Italy’s entry requirements and the measures in place at the borders before travelling to Italy.

Crossing the state border with Austria

Austria is on the green list (valid from 19 June 2021).

A person arriving from an area on the green list may enter Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home. Upon entry they must provide proof of having resided in an area on the green list for at least five consecutive days prior to entry. The person is only required to provide proof that covers the period from their departure from Slovenia to their return to Slovenia if this period is shorter than five days. That means that someone who leaves Slovenia and returns to it in less than five days is not required to provide proof of an uninterrupted five-day stay on return, but only for the period of time that they were not in Slovenia. If they are not able to provide relevant proof, they are considered to have come from an area on the dark red list.

The checkpoints on road connections in the border area with Austria are abolished on 28 April 2021.

For entering Austria is mandatory electronic registration.

Important notice: Please check Austria’s entry requirements and the measures in place at the borders before travelling to Austria.

Crossing the state border with Hungary

Hungary is on the orange list (valid from 19 June 2021).

A person arriving from an area on the orange list may enter Slovenia without being ordered to quarantine at home, if they provide a negative PCR or rapid antigen test, a certificate of recovery, a certificate of vaccination or a certificate confirming that they have recovered and have been vaccinated.

Checkpoints on road connections on the border with Hungary are abolished as of 22 May 2021.

Important notice: before travelling to Hungary, check their conditions for entry and measures on the border crossings.

As of 1 May 2021, an agreement is in force between Slovenia and Hungary on the mutual recognition of certificates of vaccination/immunity from Covid-19 issued in Slovenia and Hungary. Hungarian certificates indicate the date when a second dose of the vaccine was received (when a second dose is required) or the expiry date of the document in the case of persons who have recovered from Covid-19.