Eligibility for PCT conditions for participants in sports competitions

ON THE DAY OF THE RACE, 22.8. FREE TESTING WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR RUNNERS, SUPPORT AND OTHERS, at the Stari Mayr Inn, from 5.00-6.00 in the morning. Testing is free for Slovenian citizens, but for foreigners a payment of € 20 is required (you will receive a certificate).

Athletes and members of their teams, other organizational staff involved in the conduct of competitions and spectators must have a negative result of the HAG or PCR test, not older than 48 hours, a certificate/ proof of vaccination or illness. 
PCT conditions do not have to be met by persons under the age of 15 if they participate in the competition together with close family members or guardians who meet the PCT conditions.

Valid certificates/evidence of vaccination and morbidity

Submission of a negative test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus is not required for persons with:

1. proof of a positive PCR result older than ten days, unless the doctor decides otherwise, but not older than six months,

2. they have a doctor's certificate that they have had COVID-19 and no more than six months have passed since the onset of symptoms.

3. proof of vaccination against COVID-19, proving that the following has been received:
- the second dose of Comirnaty from Biontech / Pfizer for at least seven days,
- the second dose of COVID-19 Vaccine from Moderna for at least 14 days,
- the first dose of Vaxzevria (COVID-19 Vaccine) from AstraZenec for at least 21 days,
- dose of COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen by Johnson and Johnson / Janssen-Cilag for at least 14 days,
- the first dose of Covishield by Serum Institute of India / AstraZeneca for at least 21 days,
- second dose of Sputnik V from Russia’s Gamaleya National Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology for at least 14 days,
- the second dose of CoronaVac from Sinovac Biotech for at least 14 days or
- the second dose of COVID-19 Vaccine from Sinopharm for at least 14 days,
- a second dose of a vaccine if a person is vaccinated with a combination of two different vaccines, after the time has elapsed since receiving the second dose of a particular vaccine. If a person receives a dose of AstraZeneca from this indent for the first time, protection will be established immediately after receiving the second dose if the person has received a second dose of Biontech / Pfizer or Moderna within 28 to 84 days (four to 12 weeks), after receiving the first dose.

4. proof that she has survived COVID-19 disease (evidence referred to in points 1 or 2) and evidence that she has been vaccinated with a single dose of any of the vaccines referred to in points, the protection being established on the day of vaccination.

Evidence of testing issued in European Member States, Schengen Member States, Australia, Israel, Canada, New Zealand, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Serbia, the United States of America, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland shall be taken into account.

A laboratory test showing the presence of antibodies to COVID-19 virus is not sufficient evidence.More about PCT conditions.

Border crossing

Certain restrictions apply for crossing the state borders and these depend on the country from which you are arriving in Slovenia.

The Police has launched a web application called Enter Slovenia to facilitate travelling to Slovenia. It is intended for passengers travelling to Slovenia or entering the country in order to transit through its territory. Using the application is not mandatory. 

More about border crossing