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The Coronavirus

At the GR, we monitor the circumstances regarding the Coronavirus and follow the instructions of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia.

Safely and Healthy to the Events!

As the GR consistently follows safety measures regarding the COVID-1 epidemic, the Slovenian Convention Bureau has awarded it two SAFELY AND HEALTHY TO THE EVENTS Certificates: as a venue (1) and as an event organizer (2).

Our teams will explain to you all the details of what is allowed and what additional measures we take. We will gladly help you organize a safe event.

Measures currently in force

When preventing infections with the new coronavirus COVID-19 the following instructions/recommendations have to be followed during the event (the assembly, the event, the disassembly):

  • You may not attend a public event if you do not comply with the RVT condition (recovered, vaccinated, tested), as confirmed at the event itself by the evidence as listed below. *
  • In case we get sick or show symptoms of infection, we stay at home - we do not come to work or do not attend the event. We also stay at home if the person with whom we live in the same household is ill or has symptoms of infection, or if we have been in personal contact with this person in the past 14 days.
  • If you have been in contact with a COVID-19 positive person or a person with COVID-19 symptoms who has been sent to self-isolation in the last 14 days, do not attend the event.
  • We enter the event individually and follow the recommended distance of 1.5-2 metres.
  • Immediately upon entering or in front of the event venue, the visitor disinfects his hands.
  • The use of a face mask is mandatory in all indoor spaces where the event takes place.
  • Visitors should touch various objects as little as possible or use disinfectant consistently before and after touching.
  • We follow the cough hygiene recommendations. Before coughing or sneezing, we cover our mouth and nose with a handkerchief or we cough and sneeze into the top of our sleeve, and not into our palm. Immediately after coughing or sneezing, we wash or disinfect our hands.
  • Personal waste (e.g. used handkerchiefs, masks) should only be disposed of in the designated waste bin. It is a foot-operated waste bin located in the restrooms and at the exit.
  • We are careful not to touch our eyes, nose or mouth with our hands.
  • In case we feel the initial symptoms of a respiratory infection (a runny nose, sneezing, coughing, a sore throat, a fever ...) during the presence at the event (including assembly and disassembly), we immediately call the number 01 300 2600 and regarding the direction of walking at the GR we follow the instructions we receive over the phone. In case we do not have a telephone, we report to the event reception by the shortest route, taking into account the recommended distance of 1.5-2 m from each other. We also call a personal physician immediately.
  • During the event (also during assembly and disassembly) we maintain the recommended distance of 1.5-2 metres between persons, which also applies to dedicated rooms (e.g. the smoking room).
  • If the way of walking (e.g. one-way walking) is organized at the event, with the aim of avoiding congestion and thus closer contacts, the visitor is obliged to adhere to it.
  • Leaving your items somewhere is not allowed unless a cloakroom is organized at the event. The visitor should have as few things as possible with him (only what he needs).
  • We enter the toilets individually, taking into account the distance, we disinfect our hands before entering and when leaving.
  • Hand disinfection is mandatory before entering and exiting the toilets.
  • We wash our hands properly with soap (see demonstration of hand washing in toilets).
*Certificates of compliance with the RVT condition:
1) a certificate of a negative result of a PCR test not older than 72 hours after swabbing or a HAG test not older than 48 hours after swabbing;
2) the EU digital COVID certificate in digital or paper form, bearing the QR code (EU DCP);
3) the third country digital COVID certificate in digital or paper form, bearing a QR code containing at least the same information as the EU DCP and issued by the competent health authority of the third country in English (third country DCP);
4) the certificate of vaccination against COVID-19, showing that it has elapsed since the receipt:
- of the second dose of the Comirnaty vaccine by the Biontech/Pfizer at least seven days; the Spikevax (COVID-19 Vaccine) by the Moderna at least 14 days; the Sputnik V vaccine by the Russia's Gamaleya National Centre of Epidemiology and Microbiology at least 14 days; the CoronaVac vaccine by the Sinovac Biotech at least 14 days or the COVID-19 Vaccine by Sinopharm at least 14 days;
- of the first dose of the Vaxzevria (COVID-19 Vaccine) by the AstraZeneca or the Covishield vaccine by the Serum Institute of India/AstraZeneca at least 21 days;
- of the dose of COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen by the Johnson and Johnson/Janssen-Cilag at least 14 days;
- of the second dose of the vaccine referred to in the first or the second indent of this point; if a person has been vaccinated with a combination of two different vaccines referred to in this point; after the second dose of each type of vaccine specified in this point. 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; and if a person receives the second dose of the vaccine by the Biontech/Pfizer or the Moderna within 28 to 84 days (4 to 12 weeks) after receiving the first dose;
5) the certificate of a positive PCR test result that is older than ten days, unless the doctor decides otherwise, but not older than six months;
6) a doctor's certificate that the person has recovered from the COVID-19 and no more than six months have elapsed since the onset of symptoms; or
7) with the evidence referred to in point 5) or 6) of this paragraph and have been vaccinated with a single dose of the vaccine referred to in point 4) of this paragraph for a period not exceeding eight months from the positive result of the PCR test or from the onset of symptoms; in the case of the vaccines referred to in the first and second indents of point 4) of this paragraph, one dose received shall be sufficient. The protection is established on the day of vaccination.

NOTE: It is not necessary to comply with the RVT condition for children up to the age of 18 (in the case of a cultural and sports event, children up to the age of 15) who are accompanied by close family members or guardians.
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