Slovenia adds Czech Republic to 'safe' travel list
Slovenia will return the Czech Republic to the list of safe countries. The Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced this on Twitter today. An exception is the Moravian-Silesian Region, for which restrictions will continue to apply.
The Slovenian government decided to remove Czechia, Croatia, and France from their yellow list of countries. The move to the yellow list of countries with a higher risk meant that Czech citizens had to quarantine for two weeks after arriving in Slovenia. Only those who showed proof of residence and a negative test for COVID-19 taken in the last 36 hours could avoid it.
The Slovenian government decided to return the Czech Republic and France to the green list of epidemiologically safe countries. The decision will take effect on Tuesday.
Slovenia decides whether a country is safe based on new coronavirus cases in the last 14 days.