Vaccination rollout in Slovakia not as fast as the available vaccines would allow.
Anyone can ask for an exemption at a ministry, the Public Health Authority says. Now they want to limit that option.
Some facilities are preparing to open, churches already held first services on Monday morning.
Thousands of students and pupils were quarantined at home three weeks after schools opened for the new school year.
The measures come into force on September 14.
Slovakia has 5.4 million inhabitants, will pre-order 3 million vaccines.
Who is Peter Pellegrini and how did he make a career in Slovak politics?
Schools are dealing with common, COVID-related issues differently.
One area the country lags behind is tracking the contacts of infected cases.
Barbara Randušková interprets press conferences held by PM Igor Matovič to sign language.
All but one MP signed the agreement, normally just leaders of coalition parties sign this document.
The decision came after the new prime minister checked the stores.
Ordinary People and Independent Personalities was on 5 percent in opinion polls last year but won election with 25 percent of the vote.
I never thought it was so easy to get rid of a professor, says Mária Bieliková.
Charges pertain to Michal Havran's commentary in the Sme daily criticising a controversial Catholic priest.