The government has changed the decree on the conditions for entering Slovenia to recognise a negative rapid antigen test in addition to a negative PCR test.
The change enters into force on 5 June and is valid until 13 June. Some measures in the services sector have also been relaxed. Most notably, accommodation providers will be able to fill more of their capacity, swimming pools will be available at up to 75% of capacity for visitors with a covid certificate, and the ban on consuming food and drink at the takeaway points has been lifted. In Shopping centres, one shopper per 10 m2 will be allowed, down from 20 at the present.