COVID – 19

Coronavirus measures and information (COVID-19)
Last updated – 14.04.2022

Here we publish current and key information and recommendations for the protection of the health of citizens of the municipality of Kranjska Gora and all measures taken by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia to prevent the spread of coronavirus and other information intended for the tourism industry.

Call centre for information on the new coronavirus

As of 12 July, the call centre where you can obtain all the current information regarding the new coronavirus (health measures, border crossing, returning to Slovenia, support measures for the people and the economy and more) is operational again.

You can call the call centre free of charge at 080 1401 on workdays from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 16:00. If you are calling from abroad, you can reach the call centre at +386 1 478 7550.

Covid-19 testing

The testing center is available only for organised groups. 

Location: Behind the Police Statiton in Kranjska Gora

Price:

HAGT : 15,00 € /test

PCR: 100.00 € / test

More informations: 00386 51  521 551

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Last update, 22.02.2022

When and how to cross the state border

Before planning your arrival in Slovenia, obtain information about the current situation and the measures in place at the country’s national borders. Certain limitations are in place for most visitors, and there are some exceptions.

More about exceptions and limitations

The coronavirus situation is getting worse again. New orders come on a daily basis, which is why we are publishing a website on which the rules for crossing the Slovenian border are published.

As the situation changes from day to day, we advise you to monitor this website regularly.

Below is also the telephone number of the consular department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia, where they will provide you with updated information regarding the crossing of the border with the Republic of Slovenia.

Consular Section Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia

Tel. No .: +386 01/478 20 10

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The end of the epidemic

Slovenia has declared the end of the epidemic as of 15 June 2021.

There are no longer any restrictions on entry into Slovenia related to measures to contain the spread of the new coronavirus.

In Slovenia, the RVT rule (recovered, vaccinated, testd) is no longer required to use most services. This applies to tourism and hospitality activities, fairs and events, congress activities, visiting public spaces and ski resorts, public transport and other activities.

Notwithstanding the encouraging sedation, the risk of spreading still exists, so distance, hand hygiene and coughing should be strictly observed and patients should be isolated. In all enclosed public spaces, hand disinfection and wearing a mask or scarf are mandatory. The same applies to passengers in public transport, who must wear a protective mask and disinfect their hands when entering and during transport.

Covid-19 testing

Location: Behind the Police Statiton in Kranjska Gora

Price:

HAGT : 15,00 € /test

PCR: 100 € / test

More information on telephone number: 00 386 31 521 551

Entry requirements

All measures to curb the spread of the new coronavirus have been lifted for entry into Slovenia. This means that:

  • RVT (recovered-vaccinated-tested) is no longer required,
  • there are also no more referrals to quarantine at home at the border.  

When entering Slovenia, please follow the recommendations of the NIJZ and other measures in force during the epidemic.

What you need to know about leaving Slovenia

Check the most important information on entering individual countries from Slovenia. We are trying to keep them up-to-date, however we still recommend you to obtain the most relevant entry conditions for other countries on the respective official websites.

Regardless of the country, it is necessary to comply with the RVT (recovered OR vaccinated OR tested) rule to enter Austria. To enter, you will need the following:

  • a certificate of vaccination or
  • a certificate of recovery or
  • a negative result of a PCR test not older than 72 hours, or a negative result of a RAT test not older than 24 hours. Self-testing RAT tests are not accepted. 

If you do not meet the recovered-vaccinated-tested condition, you must register at entry.ptc.gv.at before entering Austria and immediately go to a 10-day quarantine upon entry. The quarantine can be immediately terminated with a negative PCR test.

Exceptions to the RVT condition

Pregnant women and persons who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons do not need a certificate of vaccination, but in this case must carry an appropriate medical certificate.

Children/minors

Minors or children under 12 years of age travelling with an adult who meets the entry requirements are exempt from the RVT condition.

Transit

No negative test result/vaccination certificate/certificate of recovery is required for non-stopping transit through Austria. At the time of entry, only exit must be guaranteed.

From 1/2/2022 to 30/4/2022, new measures for passengers arriving from List C countries apply when entering Italy. Passengers wishing to enter Italy must:

Passengers not meeting the RVT rule must first undergo the mandatory five-day quarantine upon their arrival in Italy. 

Certain exceptions also apply to entry into Italy.

In Slovenia, you can visit all tourist accommodation/services, catering establishments, cultural and sports events, ski resorts and all other activities without compliance with the RVT rule. The RVT rule must only be followed in critical activities, which are not crucial for the tourism industry.

For more information on who must follow the RVT rule and when it applies, as well as when the RVT condition is fulfilled, visit the official website of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia.

In Slovenia, the RVT rule (recovered, vaccinated, testd) is no longer required to use most services. This applies to tourism and hospitality activities, fairs and events, congress activities, visiting public spaces and ski resorts, public transport and other activities.

Use of protective mask

In the Republic of Slovenia, wearing a face mask is not mandatory.

Exception when using a mask

The use of a protective surgical mask type II or IIR, mask type FFP2 or FFP3 is mandatory indoors in health care facilities and social care services and programs that provide accommodation.

Covid-19 testing

Location: Behind the Police Statiton in Kranjska Gora

Price:

HAGT : 15,00 € /test

PCR: 100 € / test

More information on telephone number: 00 386 31 521 551

Covid-19 testing

Location: Behind the Police Statiton in Kranjska Gora

Price:

HAGT : 15,00 € /test

PCR: 100 € / test

More information on telephone number: 00 386 31 521 551

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