Ljubljana Airport launches free Covid vaccination


Passengers travelling from Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport can now get vaccinated against the coronavirus Covid-19. Inoculations will be available for both locals and other EU citizens, with no prior bookings or registration required. Vaccinations will take place at the terminal building on Mondays (09.00 - 12.00), Wednesdays (11.00 - 14.00) and Fridays (17.00 - 20.00) with the single-dose Janssen vaccine. Slovenian citizens require their health insurance card and an ID, while foreign citizens need to produce their EU health insurance card and an ID in order to get vaccinated. “Airport operator Fraport Slovenija has decided to offer vaccination free of charge to all passengers and others because safe and responsible travel requires meeting the criteria of having been vaccinated against, tested for or recovered from coronavirus”, the operator said.


  1. Anonymous13:38

    For who? Those 10 passengers a day that are getting?

    1. Better 10 pax then 0! Right?

    2. Anonymous19:48

      To Slovene government: after COVID please make a package like Macedonia intended to lure lcc's to Ljubljana. Empty airport is a shame!


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