Dear American Citizen in Slovenia:
- Slovenia is following EU recommendations to restrict travel from the U.S. and other countries with unstable epidemiological situations. Slovenia continues to make exceptions for those who have residency or family in Slovenia, as well as those studying in Slovenia.
- For information on border openings and entry/exit requirements for countries within the European Union, travelers may visit http://reopen.europa.eu/. In addition, each U.S. Embassy has its own Coronavirus web page.
- Slovenia continues to make adjustments to its lists of countries designated “green” (no quarantine), “yellow” (quarantine required for non-residents), and “red” (quarantine required, plus Covid test taken in the EU.). The United States is on the “red” list.
- A Covid-19 test required for entry for travelers from “red list” countries can now be obtained from individuals/organizations approved by the Slovenian National Institute of Health. See Slovenian government update.
- Permitted public gatherings have been reduced from 500 persons to 50.
Medical situation in Slovenia (as of 1 July):
- The number of active Covid-19 cases has increased again in the past week, from 53 currently active cases, to 101 active cases, of whom eight are hospitalized.
- Since 24 June, there have been 72 additional confirmed cases, but no additional deaths since 1 June.
- Out of over 100,000 tests, there have been 1,613 cumulative confirmed infections in Slovenia.
For additional information, see our Covid-19 page.
- U.S. Embassy Ljubljana, Slovenia, Prešernova 31, Ljubljana
For emergencies only (including afterhours): Tel. +386 1-200-5500.
U.S. Embassy Ljubljana website
- http://website/State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
- Slovenia Country Information
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