Nina Hrabovská Francelová

Nina Hrabovská Francelová

About author

Nina Hrabovská Francelová started to work for The Slovak Spectator as a student of journalism in October 2016. She received her bachelor's degree in journalism at the Palacký University in Olomouc and a master's degree in journalism at Comenius University in Bratislava. She spent one semester at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and participated in several international courses for journalists. She reports on Slovak politics and prepares Today in Slovakia digests twice a week.

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Veronika Remišová (left) and Mária Kolíková (right)
Junior coalition party is experiencing problems that may disrupt the Heger government. 27. May 2021, at 9:00
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Minister Mičovský steps down after his nominee ended up in custody. Austria to suspend the landing of planes from the UK. 25. May 2021, at 18:12
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Vaccinating as many people as possible is crucial, but AstraZeneca rejection raises more questions. 20. May 2021, at 17:46
Cyprus has listed Slovakia as a red country. The Defence Ministry plans to purchase two Black Hawk helicopters. 20. May 2021, at 17:29
Mikuláš Galanda: Unavená Žena (Tired Woman)
A group of lawmakers says the European Parliament has over-reached. 20. May 2021, at 10:30
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Austria requires no quarantine upon arrival, but Belgium imposes it again. Schools to be equipped by digital technologies worth €40 million. 18. May 2021, at 18:04
Vaccination in Banská Bystrica Region
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Operation expands amid low take-up among older people. 14. May 2021, at 12:56
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Date of appeal hearing in the case of the murder of Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová has been set. Beach in Bratislava opens to public on May 14. 13. May 2021, at 18:52
Mária Patakyová
Ombudswoman pointed to quarantine facilities, schools as well as maternity wards in her 2020 report. 12. May 2021, at 18:18
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Travelling to Belgium easier. Pregnant women in Bratislava Region will be given preference in vaccination list of stand-ins. 11. May 2021, at 17:56
People in Košice
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Rules for curfew change from May 3. Shops will be closed on the first two Saturdays in May. 29. Apr 2021, at 17:48
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People living in settlements show little interest in getting the jab; involvement of doctors they know and trust could help, according to field workers. 29. Apr 2021, at 17:37
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National emergency prolonged. Indian Covid strain has not been detected in Slovakia. 27. Apr 2021, at 18:05
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EU citizens who live in Slovakia and want to be vaccinated against Covid-19 should request the S1 form in the country of their insurance. 23. Apr 2021, at 9:04
Defence Minister Jaroslav Naď and Foreign Affairs Minister Ivan Korčok after the press conference
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People who have recovered from Covid will not be required to take a test for a longer period. The grey wolf is a year-long protected animal from today. 22. Apr 2021, at 18:07
Dagmar Horná
Pandemic sparks human rights-related debates, showing that most people lack the theoretical background to discuss these issues. 22. Apr 2021, at 15:20
PM Eduard Heger, Defence Minister Jaroslav Naď and Foreign Affairs Minister Ivan Korčok after the meeting of Security Council
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Teachers vaccinated with AstraZeneca will soon receive second dose. Criminal charges filed against former special prosecutor. 20. Apr 2021, at 18:03
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Slovakia struggles to get older people inoculated as Health Ministry announces younger groups can register for jab. 16. Apr 2021, at 9:38
Igor Matovič
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Rules for wearing masks and respirators will change. The pandemic committee has proposed that vaccinated people should not have to undergo testing anymore. 15. Apr 2021, at 19:48
PM Eduard Heger announcing lifting of measures
Vaccination opened for another age group. The ministerial approval for Sputnik V does not concern vaccines delivered to Slovakia, according to the health minister. 13. Apr 2021, at 17:56