Virtually all COVID-19 restrictions were lifted in Slovenia on Monday (Feb. 21), except for the wearing of masks on public transportation and indoor public spaces.
Additionally, the country ended all virus-related entry requirements. With the country’s RVT system (recovered/vaccinated/tested) now repealed, all travelers may enter Slovenia without restriction. The quarantine requirement for travelers has also been dropped.
This means travelers and locals alike no longer need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, recent recovery, or proof of a recent negative test to enter things like: museums, galleries, resorts, shops, restaurants, public transit, and other activities.
However, showing proof of RVT is still required to access prisons or healthcare institutions.
Slovenia is the fourth country in the world to end all COVID-19 entry requirements.