According to the Slovenian government, from April 12 local time, Slovenia will lift the 11-day strict epidemic prevention and control ban, and there will be no “curfew” at night; schools will be reopened; all shops will be allowed to open; museums, libraries and galleries will be reopened. However, in the absence of a 1.5-meter social distance, people indoors and outdoors must still wear masks and are prohibited from participating in parties and all celebrations, including weddings.
In addition, under the latest regulations, people who have reported negative coronavirus tests in the United States and the United Kingdom can be allowed to enter Slovenia.
Previously, due to the worsening of the epidemic, the Slovenian government issued a strict 11-day ban. In addition to the strict restrictive measures in the country, from 29 March to April 12, its residents were banned from going to countries at high risk of the epidemic, and foreign citizens were required to provide EU member states to enter Slovenia. or a report of a negative COVID-19 test or a certificate of vaccination for the COVI-19 vaccine in the Schengen country, otherwise entry into the country must be quarantined for 10 days.