Rapid antigen testing of students and staff
All students and staff participating in activites organised by faculties, need a negative COVID-19 Rapid antigen test. You can take the test at COVID-19 testing sites:
- on Saturday's and Stunday's between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the carpark in front of the Bonifika clinic in Koper,
- during weekdays at a clinic in the municipality where you live.
A health insurance card is needed for testing. Testing is covered by basic health insurance and is available for:
- all Slovene residents,
- all with basic insurance in the Republic of Slovenia (e.g. employees),
- all citizens oif EU / EEA (who present a European Health Insurance Card - Blue card),
- all arriving from countries, with which Slovenia has established an agreement and who have obtained a certificate of health insurance from the ZZZS (citizens of Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia).
Students coming from Italy, who cross the border daily, can also take the test after your entry to Slovenia:
- on weekdays from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. at the locations: Cultural centre (Kulturni dom) Škofije, entry point Solkan (container) and entry point Fernetiči - at this locations a statement available here (in Slovene and Italian) is needed: link.
If you do not meet the conditions for testing, please contact your student office. You will attend the testing together with the staff and the university will cover the costs.
An SMS or a written proof suffice for entry to faculties.
The following people are exempt from Rapid Antigen Testing for COVID-19:
- All who got over COVID-19 less than 6 months ago (proven with a doctor's certificate or a positive PCR or RAT test older than 21 days, but younger than 6 months);
- All who have been vacinated and where:
- More than 7 days have passed from the second dose of the Biontech/Pfizer vaccine,
- More than 14 days have passed from the second dose of the MODERNA, Russia's Gamaleya National Centre of Epidemiology and Microbiology (Sputnik V), Sinovac Biotech or Sinopharm vaccine,
- More than 21 days have passed from the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine,
- More than 14 days have passed from the Johnson and Johnson/Janssen-Cilag vaccine;
- All who have been tested in a similar time-frame (the same day or a day before) at another location;
- All who will not enter the university premises.