Travel to the Slovak Republic after November 26, 2020 (outdated)
26. 11. 2020 – If you enter the territory of the Slovak Republic starting 26. November 2020, 7:00 a.m. and in the past 14 days you have visited a country that is not on the list of less risky (safe) countries, self-isolation or negative RT-PCR tests are needed.
- if you are travelling from an EU country and are asymptomatic, your self-isolation is completed after your 10-day self-isolation period is over, even if you do not obtain a negative RT-PCR test for Covid-19 disease. If you are travelling from a non-EU country (or you have visited such country in the past 14 days; a country that is not on the list of “safe countries”), you must stay in self-isolation until you obtain a negative RT-PCR test,
- you are obliged to get tested for Covid-19 disease on the fifth day of your home isolation at the earliest,
- home isolation is also mandatory for persons living with you in a common household,
- you are also obliged to report by phone to Regional Public Health Office or electronically by registering (online) by filling-in the form and to your health care provider (i.e. to your general practitioner/pediatrician in case of children) with whom you have a valid health care contract.
During your stay in the territory of the SR, you are obliged to present a confirmation of the above registration via filling-in the form to the officer of the Police corps of the Slovak Republic.
If you enter the territory of the SR from the EU countries which are not on the list of safe (less risky) countries, alternatively, in addition to the above obligations of registration and self-isolation, it suffices to submit a negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19 disease performed by the laboratories outside the territory of the Slovak Republic not older than 72 hours from time of entry and at the same time:
- there is no need to report to Regional Public Health Office,
- there is not need to report to your health care provider, i.e. to your general practitioner (or pediatrician in case of children) with whom you have a valid health care contract.
All persons arriving in the territory of the Slovak Republic from 26 November 2020, 7:00 a.m. onwards, including persons living with such a person in a common household, are entitled to a medical certificate of incapacity for work due to Covid-19 quarantine, if they so request. This does not apply to persons arriving with a negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19 disease.
List of “low risk countries” from the epidemiological point of view in relation to COVID-19:
The list has been updated by Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic on 26th of November 2020 and is revised approximately every two weeks.
- New Zealand
- South Korea
If you arrive from other than less risky countries and you are referred for Covid-19 test by a medical doctor or by the Regional Public Health Authority, testing for Covid-19 is free of charge.
Testing for Covid-19 disease is not obligatory for children under age 7 (unless the respective Regional Public Health Authority or a health provider providing health care in pediatric specialisation instructs otherwise). An obligation to self-isolate in children under age three without acute respiratory infection will be terminated upon the termination of the obligation to self-isolate in persons living with the child in a common household.
More information here: https://korona.gov.sk/en/travelling-to-slovakia-and-covid19/
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There is a public transport bus to M. R. Štefánik Airport no. 61 in the direction from the main railway station and public transport bus no. 96 in the direction from Petržalka, Prokofievova street.
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