Change of conditions for entry into the Republic of Slovenia (Update - 4.10.2020)
The Government of the Republic of Slovenia adopted on 30 September 2020 the amended ordinance regarding the rules on entry into the Republic of Slovenia. The amended ordinance entered into force on 1 October 2020.
Anyone who enters Slovenia and has either permanent or temporary residence in countries on the red list (which includes the Islamic Republic of Iran), and anyone, regardless of their citizenship or country of residence, who is travelling to Slovenia from such countries, shall not be ordered a 10-day quarantine, provided that the person submits at the border crossing a negative COVID-19 test result, which is not older than 48 hours and which was carried out in an EU member state, a member of the Schengen Area or, by a laboratory recognized by the Republic of Slovenia as suitable and credible.
National Laboratory of Health, Environment and Food of the Republic of Slovenia (NLHEF) currently recognizes as the only suitable and credible laboratory in Iran the laboratory of the Nikan Hospital, No.6, 22 Bahman st., Araj enterance, Artesh Hwy., Aghdasyeh, Tehran.
All other exceptions regarding the entry to the Republic of Slovenia remain in place.
Additional information regarding the current border-crossing regime, including the lists of green, orange and red countries, is available on the website of the Ministry of the Interior. List of all suitable and credible laboratories is available on the web page of NLHEF.