SITUATION IN SLOVENIA
From the Croatian camp in Slavonski Brod you will arrive in the Slovenian camp of Dobova by train. If the train station is overcrowded, migrants are transported to a nearby camp for registration and taken back to the train station within a few hours, maximum one night.
The trains from Dobova are going to the Austrian border (this needs only a few hours). Most of the trains are going to Sentilj/Spielfeld. There is a small group of volunteers providing food and warm clothes at the train-station. Furthermore, Caritas, Red Cross and UNHCR-observers are present at Dobova. There is no possibility to shop, no WiFi, no charger for phones.
Slovenian authorities transport people to three border crossings: Jesenice, Sentilj and Gornja Radgona.
The main camp is in Sentilj. There is a police/army-controlled corridor between Slovenia and Austria.
You have to walk about 100 meters from one camp to the other.
Sometimes people wait for only a few hours, sometimes much longer. When you decide to leave the Slovenian camp to reach Austria, be prepared: Take warm clothes, food and water for the waiting time.
SITUATION IN AUSTRIA
Austria announced that the border will not close as long as Germany also keeps the borders open. Everybody who comes to the border will be able to enter at one point or the other. You will be waiting for up to some hours until you are let in by groups of around 50 at a time. Next, you will be queuing for warm food. After that, again queuing for busses. If you arrive late at night you might have to spend the night there - in big tents - and get on a bus on the next morning. Busses are going to any mass accomodation available, anywhere in Austria. At the moment, you can then either apply for asylum or proceed to the German border. There's medical doctors at the border that you can turn to for free. There is WIFI being installed now.
SITUATION IN GERMANY
Germany has five official border crossings for migrants:
Waiting times vary.
There is food, blankets and option for medical treatment on most transition spots on the German side.
You will usually be brought to a registration camp, where you are detained for a few hours up to some days.
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