Relating to the obligation of employers to submit a weekly declaration for non-vaccinated and uninfected personnel as of 13/12/2021, the following apply:
- As fully vaccinated are considered:
a) those who have completed at least fourteen (14) days ago the vaccination against COVID-19 and present a vaccination certificate with simultaneous verification of the holder’s identity; and
b) those who have completed at least fourteen (14) days ago the vaccination against COVID-19 with one (1) dose of vaccine, due to being infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, and present a certificate of full coverage – recovery and vaccination with a simultaneous identity check of the holder. Especially for those who have reached the age of 60 years and at least seven (7) months have elapsed since the administration of the second dose or, in the case of single dose vaccines, since the administration of the single dose, those who have also received the booster dose shall be considered fully vaccinated.
- In the case of infection of a fully vaccinated person, the validity of the vaccination certificate is suspended for fourteen (14) days from the date of a positive diagnosis and is reactivated on the fifteenth (15th) day.
- For non-vaccinated persons, laboratory testing by PCR for COVID-19 must have been carried out within the last seventy-two (72) hours and testing using the COVID-19 rapid test must have been carried out within forty-eight (48) hours of the occurrence of any event for which a certificate is required.
Such certificate: a) must have been issued by public or private reference laboratories; and b) must include the full name of the person as it appears on the identity card or passport.
- Infection certificate shall be issued only following laboratory testing by PCR for COVID-19 within thirty (30) days after the first positive test and shall be valid for ninety (90) days thereafter, subject to the following two subparagraphs.
o certificates of infection issued between 13.6.2021 and 31.10.2021, either following laboratory testing using the PCR method or following testing using the rapid test for the detection of COVID-19 coronavirus antigen (rapid test), shall be valid for one hundred and eighty (180) days.
o certificates of infection issued between 1.11.2021 and 4.12.2021, either following laboratory testing by PCR or testing using the rapid test for the detection of COVID-19 coronavirus antigen, shall be valid for ninety (90) days.
The first positive test shall be carried out by (a) a public authority in accordance with the relevant legislation or (b) public or private reference laboratories and shall include the full name of the person as indicated on the identity card or passport. If a repeat laboratory test using the PCR method is carried out after the ninety (90) days plus one (1) day and is positive, a certificate of infection shall not be issued, subject to any measures necessary to protect public health.
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