At IJF events a person is considered fully vaccinated if fulfils any of the following criteria.
In effect from Antalya Grand Slam; 1-3 April 2022
|Type of protection||Minimum time elapsed||Maximum time elapsed|
|1st series of
|1 dose (Janssen, Sputnik Lite, or other)||Minimum 28 days from receiving the dose||Maximum 6 months from receiving the dose|
|2 doses of any 2 dose vaccines||Minimum 14 days from the 2nd dose||Maximum 6 months from the 2nd dose|
|Recovery from infection and 1 dose||Minimum 14 days from receiving the dose||Maximum 6 months from receiving the dose|
|1 dose and recovery from infection||Minimum 11 days from the positive PCR||Maximum 6 months from the positive PCR|
|Booster/revaccination dose(s)||From the day of vaccination||to be determined by the WHO, currently no end of validity|
|Recovery||Recovery from infection||Minimum 7 days from the positive PCR||Maximum 6 months from the positive PCR|
Minors (under 18) are considered fully vaccinated after completing the first series of vaccination with no end of validity until further decision.
Where the protection level is expressed by a fraction number, a quotient of the number of received doses / number of required doses, all with the sum higher than 1, eg. 2/1, 3/1, 3/2, etc. are also considered having the booster dose. Please, indicate by selecting “3rd dose” in my.ijf.org
Vaccination validity is subject to change according to WHO recommendations.
Please, note that host country vaccination criteria may differ from the IJF’s,
always check the local rules before travelling.