Slovenia announces coronavirus lockdown starting 1st April

Coronavirus, Europe, Slovenia

In the last 24 hours, there have been 640 new coronavirus infections in Slovenia and seven COVID-related deaths, with epidemiologists recommending an 11-day lockdown as of 1 April.

The country’s COVID-19 task force proposes to the government a complete lockdown from 1 to 11 April, which is a necessary move due to the renewed rise in the number of infections, epidemiologist Mateja Logar said ahead of a government meeting due on Sunday afternoon. report


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Prime Minister Janez Janša: The Government has adopted measures to implement a lockdown from 1 to 12 April

Slovenian government announces lockdown

** This post was originally published on March 28, 2021 **