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Entry of Foreigners during the Extraordinary Situation

I. In accordance with the pdf Measure of the Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic  (pdf; 514.49 KB) All persons who enter the territory of the Slovak Republic from 18 September 2020, 9.00 a.m., and who during the previous 14 days, visited only EU member states, are ordered (options a) or b) can be chosen):

a) a home isolation until they receive the negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19.  In case of an asymptomatic course of isolation in home environment, they may leave home isolation by completing its 10th day, even if they have not received the RT-PCR test for COVID-19 yet.  

These persons are ordered to register at the website korona.gov.sk/ehranica at the latest right after their arrival in the Slovak Republic. These persons are obliged to be able to present a confirmation of above mentioned registration to the members of the Police Force of the Slovak Republic.

 

This person is obliged to undergo the laboratory diagnosis of COVID-19 on the fifth day of home isolation at the earliest. During the period of home isolation according to the previous sentence, this isolation is also ordered to persons living in a common household with the isolated person. The laboratory diagnosis of COVID-19 is not obligatory for a child under 3 years of age, unless decided otherwise by the respective regional Public Health Authority or the health care providers in the field of paediatrics, who provide healthcare to the child on the basis of the concluded healthcare agreement. The obligation of home isolation for children under 3 years of age, who have not developed an acute respiratory disease, ends on the day of termination of obligation of home isolation of the persons living in the same household.

 

b) Alternatively to the above mentioned obligation of registration and home isolation (mentioned under the letter a)), upon entering the territory of the Slovak Republic, these persons must be able to present a negative RT-PCR test result for COVID-19 done in the laboratories outside of the territory of the Slovak Republic, not older than 72 hours.

 

II.    All persons who enter the territory of the Slovak Republic from 18 September 2020, 9.00 a.m., and who during the previous 14 days, visited a country which is not a member state of the European Union, are ordered a home isolation until they receive the negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19.

 

These persons are at the same time ordered to register at the website korona.gov.sk/ehranica at the latest right after their arrival in the Slovak Republic. These persons are obliged to be able to present a confirmation of above mentioned registration to the members of the Police Force of the Slovak Republic. These persons are obliged to undergo the laboratory diagnosis of COVID-19 on the fifth day of home isolation at the earliest. During the period of home isolation according to the previous sentence, this isolation is also ordered to persons living in a common household with the isolated person. The laboratory diagnosis of COVID-19 is not obligatory for a child under 3 years of age, unless decided otherwise by the respective regional Public Health Authority or the health care providers in the field of paediatrics, who provide healthcare to the child on the basis of the concluded healthcare agreement. The obligation of home isolation for children under 3 years of age, who have not developed an acute respiratory disease, ends on the day of termination of obligation of home isolation of the persons living in the same household.

 

 

III.    All persons under the point 1, who enter the territory of the Slovak Republic from 18 September 2020, 9.00 a.m. are ordered to report this fact immediately after returning to the Slovak Republic by phone or electronically to the competent regional Public Health Authority and general practitioner or to the health care provider in the field of paediatrics. Persons who do not have such an health care agreement in the territory of the Slovak Republic are obliged to notify the locally competent doctor of the self-governing region of the isolation according to point 1.
 

 

The above measures listed under points I. to III. do not apply to:

a)    persons, who during the previous 14 days visited only the low-risk countries listed below,
b)    other persons to whom the exemptions in the points 4 to 12 of the pdf Measure of the Public Health Authority  (pdf; 514.49 KB) apply.

List of “low-risk countries and territories ” from the epidemiological point of view in relation to COVID-19
 

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Bulgaria
  • Canada
  • China
  • Cyprus
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Iceland
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania
  • Latvia
  • Hungary
  • Monaco
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Slovenia
  • South Korea
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom

 

Foreigners (including EU citizens) who have visited a country not listed as a “low-risk country” (except for the Slovak Republic) within the period of last 14 days, may enter to the Slovak Republic through the internal borders of the Slovak Republic with the Czech Republic, Republic of Austria, Republic of Poland and Hungary, as well as air borders (border crossing points located at the airports on the territory of the Slovak Republic) provided that they comply with the quarantine measures of the Public Health Authority (they remain in self-isolation until they receive the negative RT-PCR test result for COVID-19 done in the Slovak Republic). The categories of persons exempted from the quarantine measures are listed under points 4 to 12 of the Measure of the Public Health Authority.
 

Arrival to the Slovak Republic through the external border is possible for the following categories of foreign nationals:

a) Third country nationals who are relatives of persons with the permanent or temporary residence in the Slovak Republic or relatives of the Slovak citizens, i.e. husbands/wives, minor children, parents of a minor child entering the Slovak Republic Minor children, husbands/wives do not have to travel together with the foreign national; their family relationship shall be demonstrated by presenting, for example, a birth certificate or marriage certificate (Should a foreign national not carry the original, a standard copy of the document shall suffice.). If the document exists only in a foreign language, the foreign national shall provide for its translation (a non-official translation is enough). When undergoing the check, the foreign national should present the original in the foreign language and its translation.
 
 
b) Third country nationals who have a valid residence in the territory of the Slovak Republic, pursuant to Act No. 404/2011 on the Residence of Foreign Nationals, as amended, and who present themselves with a valid residency permit, a residence ID and a statement confirming that their residency has been registered, or who are holders of the national visa issued by the diplomatic mission of the Slovak Republic. The entry of third country nationals for the purpose of attending the nursery school, basic school, high school or university in the territory of the Slovak Republic is considered a valid residence permit pursuant to this point as long as the person is able to present a written confirmation of this fact.
 
c) Persons with the residence in Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Cyprus, Ireland, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand and United Kingdom. The residence in one of these countries may be demonstrated by presenting a travel document, a residence permit or at  least two other documents (e.g. confirmation of health insurance, lease contract, work contract, confirmation of employment,  title of deed etc.).
 
d) Third country nationals – pendlers (cross-border workers), permanently or temporarily residing in neighbouring border areas of Ukraine within 30 km from an open border crossing to the territory of the Slovak Republic and who have an employment relationship, a similar employment relationship or a place of work (e.g. for self-employed persons) in the territory of the Slovak Republic within 30 km by road from an open border crossing to the territory of the Slovak Republic and hold a certificate of the employer of such performance of work or a certificate of such performance of work.

e) transit of third-country nationals to the EU Member States where they have permanent or temporary residence or to the EU Member State which have issued their national (D) visas. These persons must pass through the territory of the Slovak Republic without stopping, no later than 8 hours after entry, including the necessary refuelling

f) persons transiting without stopping through the countries not listed as low risk countries, as long as they are able to provide the evidence of their residence or the evidence of their visit in the country of commencement of the transit and the time of entry into the country not listed in the Annex 1 of the Measure (The transit journey must start in a low risk country and may continue also via high risk countries, under condition that the transiting person is able to submit evidence on the country in which the transit began and the time of entry into the high risk country).

g) persons permanently or temporarily residing in the Slovak Republic and providing urgent care for their close relatives, who are unable to take care of themselves, in the territory of Ukraine, including one accompanying person. A person crossing the border of the Slovak Republic for this reason is obliged to be able to present a certificate of urgent care issued by a doctor of the given close relative and a solemn declaration of family relationship. These documents must be translated into Slovak language.

h) persons permanently or temporarily residing in Ukraine and crossing the border of the Slovak Republic in order to perform urgent care for their close relatives, who are unable to take care of themselves, in the territory of the Slovak Republic, including one accompanying person. A person crossing the border of the Slovak Republic for this reason is obliged to be able to present a certificate of urgent care issued by a doctor of the given close relative and a solemn declaration of family relationship. These documents must be translated into Slovak language.

i)  Foreign nationals who belong to pdf certain categories defined in the point 4  (pdf; 277.54 KB) of the Measure of the Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic in the endangerment to the public health in the wording of its later amendments

j) Third country nationals, who is a holder of an exemption in accordance with the point 6 of the Measure of the Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic. The person to whom an exemption has been granted, must have a negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19 not older than 72 hours when entering the territory of the Slovak Republic. In justified cases, the Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic may grant an exemption from this obligation on the basis of a justified written request of a member of the Government of the Slovak Republic under his authority.

 

Please note that in some cases, the exemption form the quarantine measures  may be subject to the consent of the respective ministry or the Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic, as stipulated in the Measure of the Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic.

 

All persons who arrive to Slovakia by airplane are obliged to fill in the registration form: Public Health Passenger Locator Form and to obey all epidemiological measures as ordered by the Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic.

 

Request for consent of the Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic with transit shall be sent to: corona.transit@minv.sk.
 
 

Inquiries for additional information concerning the conditions of entry into the Slovak Republic in addition to the above stated must be addressed directly to the Border and Foreign Police Bureau of the Presidium of the Police Force of the Slovak Republic – suhcp@minv.sk.

 

Inquiries for information concerning the epidemiological measures (COVID-19 testing, domestic isolation etc.) shall be addressed to the Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic – koronapodnety@uvzsr.sk.

 

Contacts:

Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic - 0917 222 682, novykoronavirus@uvzsr.sk  

 

Regional Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic in Banská Bystrica0918 659 580
Regional Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic in Bratislava0917 426 075
Regional Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic in Nitra0948 495 915
Regional Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic in Trnava0905 903 053 
Regional Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic in Trenčín0911 763 203 
Regional Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic in Košice0918 389 841
Regional Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic in Prešov0911 908 823
Regional Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic in Žilina0905 342 812

 

Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs cautions all citizens of the Slovak Republic that when returning to Slovakia they take into account possible delays at border crossing points due to preventative measures adopted due to the spread of the coronavirus in Europe.

Prosíme všetkých účastníkov, aby po návrate sledovali aktuálnu situáciu na Slovensku a riadili sa pokynmi: http://www.uvzsr.sk

 

 

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