The government spent the week deciding about nationwide testing. Lockdown is starting to show in infection numbers, experts say.
Here are some of the answers to questions about the ongoing mass testing.
The solution is to force Facebook to regulate their content more — not less.
Mass testing, which the government has now branded as screening, starts tomorrow.
Slovakia’s plan for using money from the EU’s Recovery Fund, innovation potential and examples of green solutions and the challenge of renovating buildings are among the highlights of the latest Business Focus.
An award-winning design by a Slovak architect and a trip to Zádielska dolina valley. Here’s your latest roundup.
Police launch criminal prosecution after Denník N reporter said she was followed and opposition MP Robert Fico wrote about her private life.
Slovak paramedic Zuzana Jusková is a winter swimmer.
Critics and coalition partners speak up against the proposed revision to the public procurement law, authored by Sme Rodina minister.
More details will be presented tomorrow.
Health care facilities can now be fined for undue preferential vaccination.
Due to the virus, the most important part of the winter ski season is over.
On the other hand, Flydubai launches the flights earlier than scheduled.
Former Fulbright scholar reminisces about his first introduction to the Slovak capital and shows how much it has changed in one decade.
The strain first found in southern England now complicates the already complicated epidemic situation in Slovakia. Sme Rodina minister gives an unconvincing explanation.
Major social media companies suspended Trump’s accounts, but not before at least five people died.
If one judges architecture by whether people want to call it home, then Petržalka doesn't work.
Walks along the Danube bank offer a feeling of being far from the city rush.
Her design is inspired by water animals and plants.
She won the parallel giant slalom in Lech-Zürs.