STA, 10 January 2022 - Several changes to the regulation on measures aimed at preventing the spread of Covid entered into force on Monday, cutting the duration of quarantine and validity of tests, and reducing the number of passengers in public transport in line with guidelines issued by the National Institute of Public Health.
From today, quarantine after a high risk contact or when entering the country without a Covid pass is cut from ten to seven days.
Under the new rules, to avoid quarantine when entering Slovenia, passengers who are vaccinated or recovered will need to present a negative PCR test no older than 48 hours or a rapid test no older than 24 hours.
The quarantine ordered at the border can be cut short with a negative PCR tests at least five days after arrival.
Buses will be allowed to accept only as many passengers as the vehicle has been registered for with the seats right of the driver and behind the driver empty.
Passengers will be allowed to stand in city buses if they stand at least one metre apart, except for persons from the same household. The standing spots must be clearly marked.
Passengers will only be allowed to enter at the front door, while other bus doors will only be used to exit.
Trains will be allowed to accept only as many passengers as they have seats, while the same rules as for buses are in place for standing room.
Special transport vehicles with up to eight seats will accept only six passengers, with the seat right of the driver free.