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Slovenia Transit: 3-G rule not coming.

Update: 09/11/2021. The threatened transit restrictions (3-G) for Slovenia have been lifted. One question remains, however: why did travelers have to be so unsettled in the first place? Here for a translation of the new, currently valid wording of the Transit regulations Slovenia: Persons without residence in Slovenia, who are in transit through Slovenia and leave Slovenia in the shortest...

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Slovenia: 3 G Rule Transit Croatia

For Croatian holidaymakers traveling to the country on the Adriatic Sea in their own cars, the following will apply from Monday, August 23, 2021: anyone choosing the route through Slovenia for transit must comply with the 3-G rule, i.e. be vaccinated, tested or recovered. It can be assumed that Slovenians at border stations will check this not-so-new rule accordingly when...

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Entry Germany: From 01 August 2021 mandatory testing for non-vaccinated persons

With immediate effect, the so-called 3-G rule also applies to German holidaymakers returning to Germany from Austria, Italy, Slovenia or Croatia, for example, when entering Germany, i.e. travelers returning to Germany must either be vaccinated, recovered or tested and must already prove this directly at the border with Germany. A test after returning from vacation in Germany, as was previously...

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RKI classifies Zadar as a coronavirus risk area. Incidence Croatia

As unconcerned as some media spread it at the moment, one should not approach Croatia journeys in times of the Coronavirus pandemic obviously nevertheless: The Robert Koch Institute has once again designated the region around Zadar (Zadar County), which is particularly popular with water sports enthusiasts, as coronavirus risk area, German vacationers returning from Zadar County must complete a digital...

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Entry Croatia without Coronatest from Germany and Austria

You could almost say: Finally! From now on, i.e. from 17.6.2021, entry to Croatia from the green zones of the ECDC card can be done without previous testing for the coronavirus. All Austrians and also all Germans entering Croatia do not need a test (antigen or PCR) upon entry as of now. Only exception: vacationers from the German states of...

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