How can we travel where? To your neighbors? Many people are interested in Croatia, but how to avoid unnecessary problems? Where else can we travel – Tenerife, Dubai and Zanzibar are current. But who will help you if you get stuck somewhere when the situation changes? In the show 24UR ZVEČER, Andrej Šter talks about this, and former information commissioner Nataša Pirc Musar talks about vaccination passports.
“Mandatory documentation is a negative test or confirmation that we have recovered or been vaccinated. One of the possible problems with Croatia is that Slovenia and Croatia do not agree on exceptions, namely it is possible to travel to Croatia for a business meeting while visiting the property. All our neighboring countries require registration, which means that we write down the reason for our desired visit, and then check this reason. Coffee in Trieste can be expensive, as a leisurely visit to Italy is not “The situation in our neighborhood is unfortunately not improving, the situation in Austria is getting much more complicated, including in Germany,” he said, adding that “the situation in our neighborhood is not improving, even in Germany.” has outlined a brief overview of the possibilities of visiting our neighboring countries Andrej Šter, head of the consular service at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
“The validity of the PCR test is 48 hours. This is enough for travel if we only plan to visit relatives or something similar, so we can travel back with the same test. For ‘skiing’, which is usually longer, we will need a new test done “There is a need to have a little fun with the Internet, and the UVHVVR list lists all the accredited laboratories in other countries that can issue certificates of test,” advised Ster.
“Our underlined advice is still valid: let’s consider if it is necessary and necessary to travel. This charter, which went from Ljubljana to Tenerife yesterday… I think that the organizers did everything to make that trip optimally safe in the given conditions, also as far as health is concerned. But all these precautions cannot protect us. We are not safe at home either, someone will say, but the journey carries an element of surprise, which can lead to some unwanted, negative experience, ” he said of the journey farther. In particular, they advise against traveling on which they would be left to fend for themselves after crossing the Slovenian border. “When we rely on the assurances and promises of someone who is not with us, when we have to cross two or three transit airports… It is almost impossible to offer help in such cases. “
“I am not one of those who are against vaccination, I listen to experts who have convinced me that the vaccine is safe. However, as a lawyer dealing with fundamental human rights, I see problems in introducing a vaccination passport. I have not yet received answers to my questions. , what will happen to those who are not allowed to be vaccinated, pregnant women under the age of 16, those who have overcome covid and will be vaccinated later… For all those who travel, it will no longer be possible, which is discrimination, ” she warned Natasa Pirc Musar. “If we are vaccinated, we don’t know if we are still not carriers, ” he adds, and for all reasons considers that the introduction of vaccination passports is premature. “Another reason is that the vaccine is simply not enough, not only in our country, but in all EU countries, ” he says.
Šter also agrees with her, adding that we do not know how long our immunity lasts, so we do not know how long the validity of a vaccination passport would last. He also warned that someone would quickly be found who would sell this for little money and without any justification. “However, I am also in favor of vaccinating the population as soon as possible and stopping the spread of the virus, ” emphasizes.
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