Slovakia is preparing to tighten the conditions of entry into the country due to the mutation

All passengers should continue to register electronically upon entry. In addition, people who have not been vaccinated against covid-19 will need to order a laboratory test for coronavirus. Compliance with these obligations will be checked by police officers at the borders.

Stricter rules should now also apply to people who regularly commute across borders for work. Some exemptions from the epidemic regulations now apply to this group of passengers.

After an earlier improvement in the epidemic situation, Slovakia allowed its inhabitants to travel abroad on holiday and eased the conditions for returning to the country. Passengers from the list of so-called green countries, to which Bratislava has included over forty countries, including the Czech Republic, will now avoid quarantine after entering Slovakia if they have a confirmation of a negative coronavirus test result when crossing the border. The provision that quarantine does not apply to children under the age of 18, to people who have contracted covid-19 in the last six months, and to those vaccinated against the disease have remained in force. According to Lengvarský, people who have suffered covid-19 will probably not be given an advantage when traveling to Slovakia in the future.

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