Slovakia imposes a lockdown on unvaccinated people


ROME, NOV 18 – Slovakia will impose “a lockdown for the unvaccinated” against the coronavirus. Prime Minister Eduard Heger announced this in a press conference broadcast live on TV, reports the Guardian. With the new squeeze, effective from Monday for 3 weeks, only people vaccinated or who have had Covid in the last six months will be able to enter restaurants, shopping malls, shops with non-essential goods, sports activities and public events. And there is also the obligation to test unvaccinated people at work in all regions most affected by the epidemic. (HANDLE).

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