PM Matovič called on them to take their masks, gloves and backpacks and rush in to quarantined settlements.
Foreigners with residence are also eligible for repatriations.
The Health Ministry is looking for a way to engage them. It is one of the ways the government is looking to secure enough health care professionals to walk Slovakia through the crisis.
Fears over intense spread in settlements.
Fear and uncertainty are fertile ground for spreading of false content and conspiracies.
Remote teaching is not just fancy conference calls. Teachers have to show their resourcefulness.
Public Health Authority will collect data from telecom operators with the exception of the content of messages and phone calls.
The president appointed the cabinet of Igor Matovič on March 21.
The coalition that emerged as the dam against extremism departs.
SaS put forward a top professional diplomat. Ivan Korčok is a safe pair of hands, analysts say.
New government is set for difficult start. Forget about pre-election promises, says political analyst.
The Constitutional Court has never ordered the recounting of votes in the history of Slovak parliamentary elections.
Where does that leave reproductive rights?
A major self-reflection required if the once-strongest party wants to halt the fall.
Throughout his ten-year career in politics, Matovič has waged an anti-Smer, anti-Fico campaign.
The result is a debacle for the ruling coalition, liberals from PS/Spolu left out in the cold.
Where does the country stand based on the last published polls?
They want their voice to be heard against growing extremism.
A campaign video from Cannes got the most interactions.
Slovakia’s ethnic Hungarian minority has a reputation for political moderation. As an election looms and Viktor Orbán ramps up his influence from across the border, is that about to change?