Top 3 news from Last Week in Slovakia

EMA will not relocate to Slovakia - Job ads will have to state actual payrates - Trnava factory to produce electric cars

These top three stories from Slovakia are a selection of headlines from a weekly overview that subscribers of The Slovak Spectator can read or listen to.

Bratislava wasnot selected to be the post-Brexit location of the European Medicines Agency. Government officials expressed regret over the decision.

As of May next year,online job ads must include base pay rates without surcharges and bonuses. Some employers still object, noting that companies can find ways to bypass this proposal.

The French carmaker PSAwill make electric cars in its factory in Trnava, a project that will require an investment of about €165 million.

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News digest: Health care staff still lacking, president asks for amends

Slovakia is preparing to launch the nationwide testing on Saturday morning, but the government admitted they still need hundreds of health care staff. Kotleba violates quarantine and hospitals in the north are full.

The Bratislava Self-Governing Region started testing its staff on October 30.

Testing is impossible to carry out as planned, president says

President Zuzana Čaputová asked the government to reconsider measures for people who do not get tested, many will not get a chance.

President Zuzana Čaputová met with the representatives of the armed forces.

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Health care professionals still lacking ahead of Saturday's testing

Government avoids mobilisation for now, PM offers an extra bonus to health care professionals who can serve the whole weekend.

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