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The worsening epidemiological situation has led to tighter entry conditions at the national border.

The amendments to the Ordinance determining the conditions of entry into the Republic of Slovenia to contain and control the COVID-19 infectious disease, which entered into force today, 10 January 2022, reduce the validity of the PCR test results to 48 hours from swab collection and the rapid antigen test results to 24 hours from swab collection. The conditions regarding the vaccination and recovery status remain the same.

The duration of home quarantine is reduced from 10 to 7 days. There are no changes concerning early termination of quarantine. A person who is placed under home quarantine by the police on entry into Slovenia can end the quarantine early if he or she has a negative PCR test result. However, testing may be carried out no earlier than the fifth day after the start of home quarantine.

The stricter entry and quarantine conditions that applied to arrivals from some of the southern African countries due to the Omicron variant are being lifted, and the list of these risk countries is no longer in place.

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