With the ever-changing nature of the current situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we decided to publish the “Daily COVID-19 Travel Update: Entry Regulations” series of blog posts.
Please read below the most recent travel updates and entry regulations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Passengers arriving by air can also present a negative result of a COVID-19 antigen test taken within 24 hours instead of a PCR. Swiss citizens and residents who can attest by self-declaration that they were unable to get tested prior to departure and passengers who can prove that they recovered from COVID-19 infection within the previous 3 months are exempt from the testing requirements.
All passengers arriving in Scotland are required to quarantine at pre-booked managed hotels.
Other Daily Updates
- Iceland – all arriving passengers must present a negative result (in Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, or English) of a COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to departure. Passengers with proof of vaccination are exempt.
- Slovakia – the duration of self-isolation has been extended to 14 days. Passengers who recovered from COVID-19 or have been vaccinated against COVID-19 (with at least 14 days passed after the second dose) are exempt from the self-isolation requirement. However, these passengers must present a negative result of a COVID-19 PCR or antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival and are subject to PCR testing upon arrival.
- Slovenia – passengers with proof of previous COVID-19 infection (older than 21 days, but not older than 6 months) or vaccination against COVID-19 (with 7 days elapsed since their second Biotech/Pfizer dose, 14 days since their second Moderna dose, or 21 since their second AstraZeneca dose) are exempt from quarantine and testing requirements.
*IMPORTANT NOTE* Please be aware that Viselio is not liable for the information provided in this blog and a final confirmation should be obtained from official governmental authorities.
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