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Summary of currently effective COVID-19 measures in the Liptov region: COVID-19 - INFO LIPTOV

Obligation to wear respirators and drapes
It is mandatory to properly cover the nose and mouth using the FFP2 respirator outdoors (less than 2 m), indoors and at outdoor mass events, even at a distance of more than 2 m for the entire duration of the event.

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SKI & AQUA BUS
SKI & AQUA BUS operates according to the valid schedule at: https://www.visitliptov.sk/planovanie-dovolenky/doprava-na-liptove/

In the SKI & AQUA BUS, the client is obliged to have the upper airways covered with the FFP2 respirator.

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Definition of OP, OP +, OTP and BASIC modes:

OP + mode

Persons in OP + mode are:

  • persons completely vaccinated + have a booster dose,
  • persons completely vaccinated + negative test (RT-PCR not older than 72 hours or AG test not older than 48 hours),
  • persons completely vaccinated up to 18 years and 2 months of age,
  • persons completely vaccinated + overcame COVID-19 for not more than 180 days,
  • persons under 12 years and 2 months of age + negative test (RT-PCR not older than 72 hours or AG test not older than 48 hours),
  • children up to 6 years.

OP mode

People in the OP regimen are completely vaccinated or people who have overcome COVID-19.

OTP mode

The following is considered to be a person in the OTP mode – vaccinated, tested or overcome COVID-19:

a person completely vaccinated,
a person who proves a negative test (RT-PCR not older than 72 hours or AG test not older than 48 hours), or
the person overcame COVID-19 in the period no more than 180 days ago.

BASIC mode

A person in “basic” mode is considered to be a person regardless of immune status.

The following is considered to be a fully vaccinated person:

  • a person at least 14 days after the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine with a two-dose schedule, but not more than 1 year after the last dose, or
  • a person at least 21 days after the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine with a single-dose schedule, but not more than 1 year after the last dose, or
  • a person at least 14 days after the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, if the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine was given within 180 days of the onset of COVID19, but not more than 1 year after the last dose, or
  • person up to 12 years and 2 months of age.