Mandatory vaccination introduced in Slovenia

All employees in the state administration in Slovenia who do not have immunity to coronavirus, either by vaccination or illness, will have to be vaccinated.

Ilustracija, foto: EPA-EFE/ MARKO DJOKOVIC
Ilustracija, foto: EPA-EFE/ MARKO DJOKOVIC

A negative test for coronavirus will no longer be sufficient for them to come to work, as for other unvaccinated citizens, the Slovenian government has decided. If they want to work, they must receive the first dose of the vaccine by October 1, and the second by November 1.

To be able to work, everyone will have to prove that they have received the first dose of the vaccine by October 1 and the second dose by November 1, unless they opt for the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, which provides protection after a single dose.

The decision to set an example for the rest of the population to get vaccinated as soon as possible was made by the government at an online session, and it will be explained in more detail on Friday at a press conference.


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