Slovakia will allow free travel to and from 16 more European countries from June 10, and no longer require face masks to be worn outside, PM Igor Matovic said on Tuesday.
There will be no restrictions on visitors from these countries, which include Germany, Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, the Baltic states, Finland, Norway and Denmark.
Last week, Bratislava reopened its borders with its neighbors the Czech Republic, Austria, and Hungary. Compulsory quarantine on arrival from abroad will now be dropped for nations on the safe list, and people will not have to activate a “smart quarantine” on their mobile devices, Reuters reported.
On Monday, Slovenia opened its borders to the citizens of 14 states, including Germany and Switzerland. These citizens can now travel to and from Slovenia without any coronavirus restrictions.