The entire Croatian Adriatic coastline, all seven counties, was removed from the Slovenian "red" list of epidemiologically less safe areas on Thursday, which will ease the conditions under which Slovenian tourists will be able to return home after their vacation.
In addition to the Croatian Adriatic, Germany and the Czech Republic have been removed from the red list, and the government's decision will take effect on Saturday and will last until June 20, when it will be updated again, the Slovenian government announced after the regular session.
Switzerland, the Vatican, Austrian Tyrol, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro were also removed from the red list, while the Portuguese Azores were added to the red list.
A person coming from such an area can enter Slovenia without being sent to quarantine at home if he submits proof that he has been in an area that is not on the red or dark red list for at least five days without entering, the Slovenian government said. Practically, this means that hotel bills, residence certificates, will be valid as proof of residence, as was the case last year at the time of the epidemic.