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Slovakia introduces lockdown for two weeks


Slovakian authorities announced a nationwide lockdown due to the worsening situation with the coronavirus, according to the local TV and radio company RTVS… Those vaccinated against COVID-19 will also be subject to restrictions. In addition, the prime minister of the republic, Eduard Heger, said that an emergency regime is being introduced in the country for a period of 90 days.

“In Slovakia, from Thursday, November 25, a nationwide lockdown will be in effect for two weeks and (at the same time. – “B”), an emergency mode is introduced, which will be valid for a maximum of 90 days. We all pay (by the need to take these tough measures – “B”) for the irresponsibility of those who refuse to be vaccinated “, – leads TASS words of mister Heger.

During the lockdown, residents of Slovakia will be prohibited from leaving their homes at night, and during the day – to go outside the area of ​​residence. Employers are obliged to periodically test unvaccinated employees for coronavirus who cannot be transferred to telecommuting.

All shops, except for those selling essential goods, will not work in the country, restaurants will only be open to take away, and public events have been canceled for the duration of the lockdown.

By data Johns Hopkins University, in Slovakia, since the beginning of the pandemic, 1.1 million cases of coronavirus have been identified, 14 thousand people have died with COVID-19.

How EU countries are resisting the increase in the incidence of COVID-19 – in the material “Kommersant FM” “Europe is looking for an approach to the unvaccinated”.