Slovenia is the first in Europe to announce the end of the coronavirus epidemic :: Politics :: RBC

The first case of coronavirus infection in Slovenia was registered on March 4, a total of 1464 carriers of infection were detected in the country, 103 patients with COVID-19 died.

According to Nova24TV, if the government had not made such a decision, then all restrictive measures in the country would have been extended for another month. Mass events will continue to be banned in the country, the requirements of social distance and the observance of protective measures and hygiene will be maintained.

Russian Permanent Representative appreciated the possibility of opening EU borders for Russians

However, border checkpoints will begin to open at which checkpoints will be organized. EU citizens will be able to enter Slovenia without complying with the 14-day quarantine, provided that they have not left the EU in the previous two weeks and they have no signs of infection.

For non-EU citizens, there is a mandatory 14-day quarantine, with the exception of some cases, such as a trip with a diplomatic passport or a visit to a funeral.

As in the world quarantine is gradually being canceled due to coronavirus. Photoreport


European countries began taking urgent quarantine measures against the spread of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in March 2020. On March 17, entry into the Schengen countries, as well as the European Union, restricted entry for foreigners by 30 days; later, the European Commission recommended that this measure be extended until May 15. Crossing the border is allowed only to those with an urgent reason (funeral, subpoena), residence permit or long-term visa.

On May 14, the European Commission announced that the adopted “road map” implies a phased removal of restrictions on movement within the EU. At the second stage, it will be possible to begin to mitigate measures already at the external borders of the union.

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