Slovenia Drops COVID Pass for Most on Monday

By , 19 Feb 2022, 18:09 PM Politics
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STA, 19 February 2022 - Covid pass will no longer be required in Slovenia as of Monday, except in healthcare and social care institutions, and in prisons, Health Minister Janez Poklukar told the press after today's correspondence session of the government. Students at schools will no longer need to self test either.

In line with the latest government decisions, free self-tests and rapid antigen tests will thus no longer be available. The state will only cover for the costs of tests in activities where testing will still be required.

Students will no longer need to self test at schools, but face masks remain obligatory under the same conditions as so far.

Poklukar urged the citizens to continue to act responsibly despite easing of the measures.

This comes after the government last night decided to abolish the quarantine requirement after high-risk contact with an infected person, and the Covid pass for entry to Slovenia, effective today.

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