Top 3 news from Last Week in Slovakia

Farmers staged a protest driving their tractors across the country to the capital.

Protesting farmers arrive in Bratislava, June 20.Protesting farmers arrive in Bratislava, June 20. (Source: TASR)

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Johnson Controls has announced mass layoffs.

Not just labour costs. What is behind mass layoffs in business service centres

Labour market watchers say the shared services sector in Slovakia is able to absorb ousted employees.

21 h
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Some slots for vaccination remain empty, hospitals unable to fill them

It is possible to register as a stand-in, but every vaccination centre sets its own rules.

27. jan

News digest: Foreigners’ Police departments remain closed

Slovenia has ordered PCR tests developed by Slovak scientists. Holocaust survivors received the coronavirus vaccine jab.

20 h

Slovakia has more and more vaccines available. State lacks courage

Slovakia is taking a cautious approach to make sure it will be able to deliver second doses when needed.

27. jan