Health Minister Krajčí recommends that hospitals place job ads to find replacements for infected healthcare workers.
The nationwide testing in Slovakia started with four districts in the north. Here is a report from the first day in Orava.
The government risks the Constitutional Court canceling the nationwide testing.
The delayed 'First Aid' scheme will help only a fraction of people working in the creative industries.
An app that would notify users if they have encountered an infected person should be created by a company that was established a month ago.
A last will might not be a sufficient solution for same-sex couples to prevent losing their common property.
Slovakia has only been able to absorb a fraction of the money it is now about to receive from the recovery fund. Ministries disagree about who should be in charge.
We know more about coronavirus today than in March, that is why we do not need to take nationwide measures for now, says Ján Mikas.
Slovak consulate issued visa to a Russian citizen later involved in a murder in Berlin.
The prime minister and MPs of his party do not demand Boris Kollár's resignation, they want to check all academic degrees in the country.
Kollár’s claim that stealing from other authors “is no tragedy” is wrong.
Teachers often improvise in conflicts.
One interpretation says the much-criticised quarantine in state facilities might have been unlawful all this time.
The state is expected to monitor people via their own mobile phones.
One area the country lags behind is tracking the contacts of infected cases.
Hygienists published detailed instructions only hours before the new rules came into force.
A less strict regime for some people, mainly those living in cross-border regions, applies as of May 1.
Draught beer can be purchased but should only be consumed at home in many municipalities.
Mass events most likely will not be allowed earlier than in autumn.
The government will present its plan of easing coronavirus measures in Slovakia next Monday.