Slovenia & Croatia:

RVT rule (recovered/vaccinated/tested) for entering without quarantine:

  1. a negative PCR test provided that no more than 72 hours have passed since the swab was taken, or a negative rapid antigen test provided that no more than 48 hours have passed since the swab was taken,
  2. EU Digital COVID Certificate in digital or paper format and with a QR code (EU DCC),
  3. a digital COVID certificate of a third country in digital or paper format and with a QR code, which must contain the same data as the EU DCC and be issued in English by a competent health authority of the third country (DCC of a third country),
  4. a certificate of COVID-19 vaccination
  5. a certificate of a positive PCR test result that is older than 10 days, unless a doctor determines otherwise, but not older than 180 days;
  6. proof of recovery from COVID-19 referred to in the preceding point and proof of vaccination against COVID-19

Detailed explanation of above points are here on these links, please read carefully:


Slovenia: www.gov.si

On this link you can also find explanation on which PCR or rapid antigen tests are valid and more info on the vaccination.

Surgical or FFP2 masks are mandatory in all closed public spaces, on public transport, in open public spaces or outside, if a distance of at least 1,5 metres is not maintained and in personal vehicles. Fabric masks are not allowed.


Croatia: europa.eu

The Covid pass is mandatory for entry into all areas that are under state, county or city administration and self-government (meaning also shipyards).

Surgical, FFP2 or fabric masks are mandatory in all closed public spaces, on public transport, in open public spaces or outside, if a distance of at least 1,5 metres is not maintained and in personal vehicles.

For entering Croatia, please fill this form for each passenger – entercroatia.mup.hr

*The information contained herein is not intended to constitute legal or medical advice or recommendations, and is subject to modification in accordance with the development of the COVID-19 situation in Croatia and Slovenia and the relevant recommendations from the Croatian and Slovenian regulative bodies .

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