Slovak citizen with A (H1N1) flu hospitalised in Dublin

On July 27, Slovak dailies Sme, Nový čas and Plus Jeden Deň reported about a Slovak citizen who caught swine flu abroad and is in a serious health condition in Dublin. Sme writes in a story headlined “Our authorities did not know about sick Slovak”" that the health condition of the Slovak man who developed the novel (swine) flu in Ireland is serious.

On July 27, Slovak dailies Sme, Nový čas and Plus Jeden Deň reported about a Slovak citizen who caught swine flu abroad and is in a serious health condition in Dublin. Sme writes in a story headlined “Our authorities did not know about sick Slovak”" that the health condition of the Slovak man who developed the novel (swine) flu in Ireland is serious.

Irish doctors are keeping him in an induced coma. The 30-year-old Bratislavan who has been working in Ireland for two years is hospitalised, allegedly with kidney failure. The spokeswoman for the Slovak Health Ministry, Zuzana Čižmáriková, confirmed the information which came via the warning system from Irish authorities. Slovakia has reported 32 people infected with the A (H1N1) virus to date.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

Get daily Slovak news directly to your inbox

Top stories

Another former police president reportedly charged in a corruption case

NAKA charged eight former high-ranking police, SIS and Financial Administration officials.

Milan Lučanský

Haščák of Penta detained and accused

Dozens of police officers raided Digital Park, the headquarters of the financial group.

Jaroslav Haščák

Economy minister Sulík is the most trustworthy politician regarding solutions to the pandemic

More than half of respondents also think that the government underestimated preparation for the second wave.

Richard Sulík introduces his plan.

Car industry needs to jump on the latest trends

Economy minister promises extensive support for hydrogen technologies in Slovakia.

The Hydrogen Technology Research Centre (CVVT) is to be launched at the end of 2020 or beginning of 2021 in Košice to do R&D in this field.